Spring revue is back

Nikki Lyssy

The choir will perform one of its most popular shows, Spring Revue, with shows at 6 p.m. and another at 8:30 p.m. on May 14 in the Performing Arts Center. This year’s show will be Broadway-themed and will host a large number of solo and group performances, along with Chamber Women, Madrigals and freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior choirs.The seating for the hows is general admission.

For junior Payton Stack, Spring Revue is a chance to see what her peers have to offer outside of class.

“You see so many talented people coming together,” Payton said. “There’s a lot of people you don’t see in class or hear from until the end of the year show, and that’s why people go.”

Payton is looking forward to the finale most and said she believes it will be a crowd favorite.

“Everyone knows ‘Don’t Stop Believing,’ and when you get a big group together for a song that’s really popular, people are going to really like it,” Payton said.

Senior Kendal Lyssy has performed in Spring Revue since her freshman year and acknowledges the end of the road for the seniors.

“It’s a bittersweet thing,” Kendal said, “because I’ve been doing this for four years now, but at the same time, it’ll be such a great Spring Revue to close out on.”