Singing, dancing, sequin-smothered students will take to the stage tonight for a "gleeful" end-of-year performance.
Massey University's first Glee Club - inspired by the hit American musical television series Glee - will make its theatre debut performance at the Globe Theatre in Palmerston North this evening.
The TV show responsible for entrenching the term "mash-up" in the musical lexicon inspired the establishment of the club this semester by self-confessed "Gleek" Madeleine Gray. The show is famed for its teen cast's up-to-the-minute interpretations of pop songs, blended and adapted for stage.
Tonight's performance will stay true to the Glee format, Ms Gray said - including Lady Gaga and Adele mash-ups.
Tickets are available from Massey University Students' Association reception. The show starts at 7.30pm.
- Manawatu Standard
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