PMO Note
Center Stage

Center Stage: Glee Club at Kankakee Valley High School

Friday, April 25th, 2014

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Members of the properties committee worked very fast to get all the properties on the busses.


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To speed them up, even manager Nick Miller helped carry risers.


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In the meantime, some other Glee Club students enjoyed the warm weather by playing catch with a football.


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Thanks to the great weather at the venue, the properties load off was quick and efficient.


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During set up Flashbacks rehearsed their songs in the hallway.


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Unlike most shows, sound technician Kaitlyn Tappenden set up the sound booth in the balcony; giving her a bird’s eye view of the stage.


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The Glee Club took the stage with energy and excitement, the audience’s applause was particularly loud.


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Lighthouse performed “Turn Your Radio On” by Roy Acuff which featured prominently the deep bass sound of Rob Mantock.


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Being their typical goofy selves, Ba-Na-Na gots the laughs during their performance of “L-O-V-E” in the Nat King Cole Medley.


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Junior Seun Onabanjo serenaded a lucky audience member with “Life could be a Dream”.


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During the halftime, Flashbacks sang "Make Me Smile" by Chicago.


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Ba-Na-Na ruled the stage by singing a fan favorite “Grease Lightning”.


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Back on stage, the Glee Club energized the second half by singing “It’s a Beautiful Day” by Michael Buble.


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Channeling his inner cowardly lion, junior Peter King sang “King of the Forest” in the Wizard of Oz medley.


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Remembering our recent spring break, Voiceovers sang “Save me San Francisco”.


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The Glee Club finished the show with an energetized performance of “Strike Up the Band”.

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