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Penn Glee Club 150th Anniversary Gala

February 14, 2012, Volume 58, No. 22

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On Friday, February 17, the University's oldest performing arts group will present an originally-scripted one-act musical by the undergraduate Glee Club featuring music ranging from barbershop to Broadway to Styx. On Saturday, February 18, the one-act musical will be followed by a concert with a chorus of the current Glee Club and alumni; the evening will close with a catered reception to celebrate the 150th Year of Glee. Performances begin both evenings at 7:30 p.m. at the Annenberg Center. Tickets to the show are available from the Annenberg Center box office. For more information about the Gala see www.penngleeclub.com/

Since the Glee Club was formed in 1862, the performers have been entertaining crowds locally, across the nation and around the world. The club has performed with entertainers such as Frank Sinatra and Bill Cosby and appeared on national television, singing on the "Ed Sullivan Show" and NBC's "Today Show."


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