Center Stage: Phenomena
A great shot of all of the students instruments lined up ready for the show to begin.
The sound for the show was run by PMO students from this huge soundboard in Elliott.
The bells entertain the audience (and look very cool in their shades!) playing the song "Axel F."
Glee Club alum, Bruce Barker, opens the show with a few tunes including his signature song, "The Piano Man."
Elliott Hall was filled with people as the students started their show.
Junior Patrick Brown rocks out with his brown tuxedo, aviator shades, and afro wig.
Sophomore Courtney Petro wows the audience with an alternative number "Misery Business."
Emily Gorrell and Andy Wirtner are just "Lookin for a Good Time" as they perform together singing this country tune.
Hannah Burris and Jonathan Hall strike a pose at the end of "Love Shack."
Clark Langmack really hits those high notes in "Paradise City."
Sophomores Emily Grimm and Phoenix Lyons bust a move during the number "Maneater."
Soloist Amanda Stansbury shows some rocker attitude as the dancers hit their final pose.
Kyle Sutton sings, and plays, an amped up version of The Beatles tune "Eleanor Rigby "
The performers boogie down in their groovy retro outfits to a medley including "We Want the Funk," "Superstition," and "Play That Funky Music."
Some of Glee Club's finest make the ladies swoon by singing The Backstreet Boy's "Show Me the Meaning."
Kirsten Fletter, Amanda Haney, Paige Brandt, and Katie Peine belt their hearts out during "Always Be My Baby."
Simon May and Noah Demerly show off their amazing fashion sense in the song "Sadie Hawkins Dance."
Erin Handy shows soloist Jeremy Clifford who's boss.
Sophomore Josh Getto is a winner with all the ladies.
Freshman Allison Reith does a great job channeling Cher as she sings her solo "Believe."
Look at that hair flip!
Jason Kasubjak performs Maroon 5's popular hit, "Sunday Morning."
Soloist Carrie Syberg and the ladies of the Purduettes show some serious attitude while performing "Before He Cheats."
Everyone piles on stage to back up Kevin Norman as he sings the solo in "Come Sail Away."
The performance ends with a showstopping rendition of "I'm A Believer."
After the show, PMO students stick around to tear down the equipment used in the show.
Sophomore Amanda Haney helps carry a monitor back to the properties storage room.
Properties guru Dan Gardener packs things away until we need them again for next years show.
Jim Giberson, Emily Gorrell, and Jeremy Chance stand next to all the donations from the show that are headed to the Ronald McDonald house. Thank you to everyone who came to the show and a special thanks to those who donated to the Ronald McDonald House!