Musical Theater Club of LSU to Present Free Musical Revue “Singeaux” April 22 | Entertainment/Life


LSU’s Musical Theater Club will present its first musical revue Singeaux on Friday, April 22, after a two-year hiatus related to COVID-19.

Back row, left to right, Makayla Ziegler, Natalie Richenberger and Rebecca Chappelle; center, Kate Oliver; and bottom, from left, Camille Vincent, Molly Gaffney and Anna Lantier rehearse a number for the Musical Theater Club at LSU’s “Singeaux: Showstoppers” revue.

The free show, “Singeaux: Showstoppers,” will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the LSU Union Theater, Veterans Street.

“Singeaux” will feature Broadway favorites such as “One More Day” from “Les Miserables”, “Freak Flag” from “Shrek The Musical” and “Where Do You Belong” from “Mean Girls”, all choreographed by the club members Nathan Catalanotto and Anna Lantier.

If you mourned the loss of live theater during the COVID lockdown, this will lift your spirits.

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The production will also be accompanied by a student orchestra conducted by James Rodrigue.

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Natalie Richenberger, left, and Mason Clark rehearse a number for the Musical Theater Club at LSU’s ‘Singeaux: Showstoppers’ Revue. The free performance will take place Friday, April 22 at the LSU Union Theater.

The club’s educational advisor is Terry Patrick-Harris. The club president is Emily Street and the show’s musical directors are Rebecca Chappelle, Kim Tran and James Rodrigue.

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