Before we started, we met in the Kenan Hall rehearsal room. Chuck wished us luck in our last performance with him as director.
Finally, as we waited backstage, Director Chuck Petersen introduces the group.
Last minute preparations are made by our sound technicians, Fred Lofton and George Sawyer.
We opened with Made in the USA.
Stephen Clos and Brenda Buffaloe swoon together in Basin Street Blues.
It's not a Chorus Line, be we moved together as one for Basin Street Blues.
The finale of When The Saints Go Marching In.
From left to right, Lisa Schenkewitz, Susan Black, Priscilla Driskill, Claire Petersen and Leslie Heavey, marvel at Stephen Clos, our Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.
Leading the group singing Steam Heat we have in the front row:Tom Link, Debra Dillard-Lee, Jerry Brown and Barbara Sawyer.
The dancers for Willamania are Wendy Toh, Debra Dillard-Lee, Jerry Brown and Priscilla Driskill.
The chorale sang Yippi Ti Yi Yo off to the sides while Stephen Clos and Susan Black danced with the Westlake Westies.
The men, Stephen Clos, Dwight Buffaloe, Steve Reel, Tom Link and Jerry Brown, are sure that There Is Nuttin' Like A Dame.
They were knocked to the floor by ourDream Girls, Susan Black, Leslie Heavey, Lisa Schenkewitz, Amelia Banks, Claire Petersen, Wendy Toh, Priscilla Driskill and Brenda Buffaloe.
Steve Reel descended upon us as the Phantom Of The Opera.
Elizabeth Heavey starred as Annie, with Barabara Sawyer, as we singTomorrow.
Susan Black sang lead for Boy From New York City.
Chuck Petersen turns to the audience and directs them as well as we sing The Star Spangled Banner.
Director Chuck Petersen joined us on the stage for One Nation Under God.
Leslie Heavey sings the impressive lead for our closing song, As If We Never Said Goodbye.