OFFBEAT: Flossmoor grad competing for place on FOX array ‘Glee’
Charlie Lubeck, a 2007 connoisseur of Homewood-Flossmoor High School, has been expel on a second deteriorate of “The Glee Project” existence uncover on cable’s The Oxygen Network.
The show, that launches a new deteriorate 9 p.m. Tuesday night, is a existence foe where contestants are opposed for a repeated purpose on a strike Fox array “Glee.“
I’m told there were some-more than 40,000 auditionees, and Lubeck, 22, is one of 14 to make it on a show. He complicated behaving during a University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, where he perceived his B.F.A. in 2011.
He seems like a healthy for a show. And even better, remember humorous singer Jane Lynch, 51, who plays meant high propagandize cheerleading manager Susan “Sue” Sylvester on “Glee,” is creatively from Dolton, Ill, Lubeck’s adjacent town.
Jodi Bryant, executive of tellurian resources and open family for Homewood-Flossmoor High School, also reminds that a excellent humanities preparation during her propagandize has “paid-off” for many Homewood-Flossmoor grads.
“In a meridian where many propagandize districts are slicing or shortening fine-arts programs, all curricular areas during Homewood-Flossmoor accept equal event and equal attention,” Bryant said.
“The propagandize supports dual sonorous groups, dual bands, 4 choirs and offers singular behaving humanities classes, such as play production, technical museum and modernized behaving and performance. The boon for this investment is a village that can exaggerate several successful alumni in humanities programs in colleges, universities and beyond.”
She pronounced Homewood-Flossmoor now has museum alumni study their art during several prestigious schools, including a Julliard School, Princeton University, New York University, Syracuse University, Yale University, Purchase College SUNY and a Boston Conservatory of Music.
The formula for Homewood-Flossmoor also embody carrying several successful alumni, like Lubeck, in a veteran behaving humanities world, such as:
• Prentice Onayemi (H-F ’03) was recently seen on Broadway as one of a 3 actors portraying Joey, a lead equine in Lincoln Center’s prolongation of “Warhorse.” It won a 2011 Tony Award for Best Direction, Lighting, Sound, Scenery, as good as Best Play of 2011. Onayemi is a connoisseur of New York University’s Tisch School of a Arts.
• Jessica DiGiovani (H-F ’03) was recently seen personification conflicting Rosie Perez and David Hyde Pierce in a off-Broadway premiere of a play, “Close Up Space.” She was also featured in a movie, “The Sitter,” and ABC‘s show, “What Would You Do?” She complicated during Fordham College during Lincoln Center, Moscow Art Theatre, Chicago’s Second City and LAMDA.
• Naomi Wally (H-F ’08) was only expel into a general debate of “West Side Story” in a ensemble, understudying a purpose of Anita. She leaves for Germany to start her debate this June. She is a connoisseur of New York University’s Tisch School for a Arts.
Homewood-Flossmoor High School is a extensive village high propagandize located in a South Suburbs of Chicago. The district serves a villages of Homewood and Flossmoor, and portions of Chicago Heights, Glenwood, Hazel Crest and Olympia Fields.
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