Center Stage: Glee Club Camp Day 5
Sophomore Michael Buenaventura and Steven Sanders instruct Freshman Michael Ruff on how to dismantle the risers in preparation for the afternoon’s performance.
Friday morning rehearsal was moved to the Creative Arts Center where the Glee Club practiced for the afternoon show.
Sophomore Simon May sets up the monitor cables for the first show of the Glee Club season.
Jeremy Clifford, Sir of Public Relations, organizes the programs for the afternoon show.
Today, the Glee Club received new belts for their Travel Attire Dress. Look sharp guys!
Jacob Ludwig, Sir of Merchandise, studies the cash register before he sets up shop.
Junior Alexander Vaughan, Junior Charley Smith, and Freshman Michael Ruff had a productive week at camp and excited for this afternoon’s show.
The guys wait for their cue to get on the risers during sound check.
The guys rehearse one of the new pieces learned at camp this week.
During rehearsal, the Purduettes join the Glee Club in song to practice the piece “There will always be a song.”
Glee Clubbers serenade the camp staff during “L-O-V-E.”
The kitchen staff did such a great job all week! Glee Clubbers serenade one of the ladies on the job.
Jason Overmeyer presents Bill Griffel with a Jambiya, a small dagger he picked up as a souvenir during his travels to Yemen.
The Purduettes performed their set of songs before the glee Club went on. Sing out Ladies!
Sophomore, Andrew Heiser serenades a fellow audience member during the run-out song “Slow Boat to China.”
Ted Arthur, the newest addition to the PMO staff, performs alongside Sophomore Michael Blakley and Senior Pat Brown during his debut performance.
Noah Demerly sings his heart out during the Indiana medley.
After the first show of the season, its tradition for the New Men to throw the managers into the river. Sorry!
Even though the managers are soaked, they still look like they are having a good time!