Center Stage: Glee Club First Nighter
New Women Raylene Schramer, Emily Friesen, and Amanda Parrett excited to see their first Glee Club show.
Purduettes Sophomores Tina Tzinares and Sarah Kretzmann before the show.
The Glee Club surrounds the north and south ball rooms of the Purdue Memorial Union to begin their annual "First Nighter" concert.
PMO's new director, William Griffel, leads the Glee Club in their first full dress show of the year.
Excited to start the new year, the Glee Club sings their hearts out on stage!
A huge crowd of more than 1,000 fans turns out to enjoy this free show.
The Glee Club's gospel quartet, Lighthouse, spreads a little light to the packed crowd.
"First Nighter" provides a chance to showcase a new arrangement of "Battle of Jericho."
Senior Mike Meurer shows off his operatic side in "Lambscapes," a funny twist to "Mary Had a Little Lamb."
Keeping with tradition, a new man is unknowingly called to solo on the run out song. Freshman Phil Luce passes the test with flying colors.
Sophomore Jacob Ludwig sends a little love to Purdue President Dr. France A. C�?rdova.
Freshman Billy Thiedeman suprises a member of the audience with a personal Glee Club serenade.
Bill's wife Natalie Griffel with Junior Noah Demerly.
It wouldn't be "First Nighter" without the rockin' tunes of Ba-Na-Na.
Sophomore Blake Vogt gets Purdue President, Dr. France A. C�?rdova, to help in mystifying the audience with a short magic show.
Freshman Isaiah Foggs featured in a piece new to the Glee Club "Flying Home".
Glee Club's "First Nighter" concert offers a chance for alumni to sing some Glee Club classics with the current guys.
Junior Barry Helfrich with his family after the show.
Old Women of the Purduettes enjoyed the kickoff of another great PMO season.
Sophomore Blake Vogt shares a Glee Club tradition by presenting a beautiful woman of the audience with his carnation.
PMO supporters Marcy and Bob Ziek with junior Aaron Strand after the show.