Center Stage: Purduettes at Grace College
The Purduettes prepare for their first full-dress performance of the year.
The sopranos rehearse during sound check.
Julie Ricciardi warms up the ladies for her last show as Director of the Purduettes.
Before dinner, Julie talks to the New Women about their first performance with the Purduettes.
One last pep-talk from Julie!
Julie smiles as the Purduettes run in to the venue.
The show kicks off with the ladies' popular opener, "I Believe in Love."
Sophomore Carrie Syberg on "Shackles."
The ladies lead the audience in clapping during the a cappella chorus of "Shackles."
Senior Paige Brandt serenades a lucky audience member on the runout song "Babyface."
The Heartbreakers, now in their third year, start the specialties portion of the show.
Emotion sings their rendition of "Yesterday."
Manager Pirita See during her version of Norah Jones' "Come Away with Me."
The Purduette Trio brings back their old favorite, "For Your Love."
New Director of the Purduettes, Jeff Vallier, leads the ladies as the run back in for the second half of the show.
The ladies dazzle the crowd with their energy on "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."
Junior Emily Gorrell shines on her "Can't Take That Away From Me" solo.
The Purduettes transition to the sacred portion of the show with "Nothin' But the Blood."
New Woman Abby Green sings her first solo with the Purduettes on "Jesus Loves Me."
Julie directs one of her last songs with the Purduettes.
The Purduettes pay tribute to our men and women in uniform with the "Armed Forces Medley."
The show ends with the best fight song in the world, "Hail Purdue."
The Purduettes enjoyed the support of several PMO fans at the show - including current and former Glee Clubbers!
Junior Allie Battocletti with her parents after the show.
After the show, the Old Women sing "For Good" as a special farewell to Julie.
Goodbye Julie - we will miss you! See you at the 75th Anniversary Purdue Christmas Show!