Center Stage: Glee Club in Munster
Sophomore Peter Carrol was pleased at the impressive changing room allotted to PVGC for the evening as he and the rest of Glee Club arrived.
Everyone was crowded around the piano, looking very interesting in the instrument that Assistant Director Ted Arthur claimed had an “old-school feel.”
New Man Justin Heiges was once again setting up the microphones for the performance. It was the last rode show, and everyone on the Properties Committee was glad to have a summer in between this show and the next road show.
Here was the performance venue, a stage that allowed for nearly one hundred and eighty degrees of view for the audience. Usually, local Munster theatre shows are performed here.
Ted Arthur instructed the small group Clever Lads on a few technical things before allowing them to perform a sound check.
Lighthouse, the inspiring specialty group singing primarily gospel music, was another group chosen to perform at the Munster.
Jeremy Chance had chosen this performance to give his lavaliere to his mother. He rehearsed it after all the other sound checks were completed.
Prior to the show, a meal was provided for the Glee Club and enthusiastic fans of the Purdue Varsity Glee Club made pleasant conversation before the task at hand.
The Gentelmen of the Glee Club wowed the crowed as they entered the "Center" theater singing "Ambassadors of Song".
As usual, after running onto stage, the PVGC took the crowd by storm with songs as light and fun as "Hold On", to old chesnuts like "Song of Moses".
Jeremy Chance's mother, Terri, was surprised and extremely happy to hear Jeremy's rendition of "Mamma" by Boyz II Men during his lavaliere.
Senior and Sir of Campus Relations, Andy Wirtner, sings to his grandmother during the run-out song. Andy is from near by Fort Wayne Indiana and had a large number of family in attendance.
As you can see, Ba-Na-Na really got down to business at Munster during their rendition of "Johnny Be Good".
Here the Glee Club sways to and fro during the crowd favorite, "Lambscapes".
Yet another show successfully concluded as the Glee Club ran off to greet the audience in the lobby.
Devoted audience members were buying merchandise and you can tell by senior Randy Sarnowski’s face that business is booming.