Students and Superheroes Perform.
Pat McNulty shares his bass talent for the B-52’s hit, “Love Shack.”
January 2, 2010 celebrated the 29th Annual Immaculata Variety Show. Superheroes were the theme for this spectacular event. With the support of Associate Professor of Philosophy Joseph Healey, Ph.L, the show has survived and became a campus popular tradition. The talented students made the small Alumnae Hall theatre come to life.
Ashley Kole, Photo Editor of the Immaculatan, captured a few memorable moments from the Friday evening show.
Excitement filled the theatre as Mary Kate McNulty and Daniel Peterse sang the popular B-52’s song.
Mike Holland provides vocals on the cover of “N.I.B.” with the talented band Schism.
Wolverine, Anthony Boyer, along with Professor Joseph Healey present the next performance.
Disguised as superheroes, Tom Croke and Anthony Boyer, introduce an act.
After captivating the audience, the couple take a bow.
James DeFrances flies the audience to the moon with his rendition of two Frank Sinatra classics.
The audience joined Mike Craig in the chorus of The Beatles’ famous song.
Sean Maguire provides guitar as Nicholas Karabetsos drums and belts out an anger-infused verison of Plain White T’s hit “Hey There Delilah”. To conclude the new version of the love song, Ian Baker assists with the addition of death-metal grunts.
Bri Giovagnoli and Amanda Pritchard dance to “Because The Night” by Cascada.
Martha Dietz, as Lois Lane, reports for the Immaculatan and presents the next performer.
Mike Ventola, Bri Giovagnoli, and Pete Solecki join Professor Healey in a Situation on stage.
Ted Chaney, Superman, and Ian Baker, The Flash, race across the world… or Alumnae Hall’s stage.