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Center Stage

Center Stage: Glee Club at St. Luke's Church

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

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The Glee Club’s rhythm section takes some time to warm up soon after arriving at St. Luke’s Church in Indianapolis.


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Already dressed up from an earlier show, the specialty group Lighthouse helps to sound check the Glee Club’s equipment.


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Soon after, the entire Glee Club takes the stage, preparing for the show ahead of them.


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One quick change later, the Glee Club begins their performance with “Praise to the Lord.”


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Afterwards, the Glee Club sings “Sure on this Shining Night.”


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Lighthouse takes the stage, warmed up, and ready to go from their earlier church service.


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For a change of pace, the next song the Glee Club sings is the old Beatles classic, “Ob-La-Di.”


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To round off the first half of the show, Sophomore Grant Nice sings “Come Fly With Me.”


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Soon after, the Glee Club runs out into the audience, to give some audience members their own personal serenade.

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The second specialty of the night is Flashbacks, performing the Styx song “Come Sail Away.”


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Following Flashbacks, Ba-Na-Na takes the stage, performing “Poison Ivy.”


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The Glee Club returns to stage, and brings down freshman Trevor Peters for the Ray Steven’s Classic, Mississippi Squirrel Revival.


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During this revival, things get a bit heated onstage.


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The next group to perform is the Glee Club’s new Barbershop quartet, Eufouria.


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Next, the Glee Club takes a tour through musical history, with some very odd detours, in “Lambscapes.”


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Following that, Senior Joel Sampson takes the time to present one of the Glee Club’s most revered traditions, the senior lavaliere.


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The last specialty group of the night is Voiceovers, performing Billy Joel’s “Lullaby.”


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To end the show, the Glee Club alumni in the audience are asked to join the Glee Club onstage for the song “Battle Hymn of the Republic.”

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