“Holiday Spectacular,” which began on Nov. 30, will continue through Dec. 4, and choir students are working hard to perfect their performances, according to choir director Lamonte Kuskye.
“We’re in perfection mode. (The material) was pretty well learned, but now we’re just making it better,” Kuskye said.
The show is in the Dale E. Graham auditorium. Tickets are either $8, $10, $12 or $15, depending on the seating in the auditorium. The performances are on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m., Dec. 3 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 4 at 2 p.m. There is not a show on Dec. 2 due to a conflicting basketball game.
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The show will have a variety of genres, styles and dances. Unlike performances in previous years, there will be a story that connects the entire show. Every choir will perform around five to 12 pieces.
Andrew Kathan, Blue and Gold Company member and sophomore, said the show is enjoyable, and he encourages people to go see it.
“I’m looking forward to a singing number because I have a solo,” Kathan said with a smile.
Any students that have not yet bought tickets would have to do so soon, as tickets are running out fast. Students may purchase tickets at the bookstore.