Members of the choirs from Fort Stockton ISD's high school and middle school took the stage just before the midway point of the Tuesday, Jan. 21 performance of the Tenors Un Limited at Northside Church.
The choir performed before a near-capacity crowd at the church, opening with "This Is Me" from the movie the movie The Greatest Showman, before the Tenors Un Limited – Scott Ciscon, Jem Sharples and Paul Martin – returned to the stage to perform with the combined choirs on "You Lift Me Up," a hit song by Josh Groban, and then on the Electric Ligth Orchestra's "Mr. Blue Sky," recently back in vogue after being used in the opening scene of the movie Guardians of the Galaxy 2.
The choirs' performace led up to the intermission of the show.
Ciscon, Sharples and Martin returned an opened the second half of the show with Simon and Garfunkles "Sound of Silence."
It was the third consecutive year the Tenors Un Limited have performed in Fort Stockton. The show was a fundraiser for the Nelson Street Theatre renovation and expansion. The theatre, operated by the Fort Stockton Community Theatre, will re-open in March.