Center Stage: Glee Club at St. Luke's Church
The Glee Club’s rhythm section takes some time to warm up soon after arriving at St. Luke’s Church in Indianapolis.
Already dressed up from an earlier show, the specialty group Lighthouse helps to sound check the Glee Club’s equipment.
Soon after, the entire Glee Club takes the stage, preparing for the show ahead of them.
One quick change later, the Glee Club begins their performance with “Praise to the Lord.”
Afterwards, the Glee Club sings “Sure on this Shining Night.”
Lighthouse takes the stage, warmed up, and ready to go from their earlier church service.
For a change of pace, the next song the Glee Club sings is the old Beatles classic, “Ob-La-Di.”
To round off the first half of the show, Sophomore Grant Nice sings “Come Fly With Me.”
Soon after, the Glee Club runs out into the audience, to give some audience members their own personal serenade.
The second specialty of the night is Flashbacks, performing the Styx song “Come Sail Away.”
Following Flashbacks, Ba-Na-Na takes the stage, performing “Poison Ivy.”
The Glee Club returns to stage, and brings down freshman Trevor Peters for the Ray Steven’s Classic, Mississippi Squirrel Revival.
During this revival, things get a bit heated onstage.
The next group to perform is the Glee Club’s new Barbershop quartet, Eufouria.
Next, the Glee Club takes a tour through musical history, with some very odd detours, in “Lambscapes.”
Following that, Senior Joel Sampson takes the time to present one of the Glee Club’s most revered traditions, the senior lavaliere.
The last specialty group of the night is Voiceovers, performing Billy Joel’s “Lullaby.”
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.”