Monthly Archives: August 2012
The schedule for next week, the week of 3/10, will be the following:
Monday 3rd – no school
Tuesday 4th – board of governors music 4-5:30
Wednesday 5th- 4:30-6:30 Wedding Choreography
Thursday 6th 4-5 review music 5-6:30 facade reprise 2 & 3 (parent meeting at 6 in the Alumni Room)
Sunday 9th – 1:30-3:30 Choreography TBA
- We need to avoid the urge park in front of the loading dock or in front of the black gate? They need to get through the gate to take trash out and use the loading dock.
Monday – music 4:00-6:00
Tuesday – music 4:00-6:00
Wednesday – Nathan and Neal
Thursday – music- 4:00-6:00
Friday – free
This Wednesday, we’ll be measuring for costumes. You can see the parts of the form where the various dimensions are requested. While stage management/design are happy to take measurements, you’re certainly invited to take them ahead of time, jot them down, and then let the show staff transfer them onto one form.
This is especially true for inseams, which seem to be the easiest to mis-measure. A great way to find the inseam is to take a pair of trousers that fit, lay them on a flat surface, and then measure the inseam with the trouser leg extended.
As I said, we’re happy to do the measuring, and if you’d prefer to take care of that at home, use this picture as a guide for what measurements Norcostco will need when we fax them the order. Don’t worry about number of costumes, etc. We’ll take care of that with Norcostco.
Click the image to enlarge.
Monday- Review All 4-6:30
Tuesday- Murder Murder 4-6:30
Wednesday- Murder Murder 4-6:30
Thursday- Music 4-6:30 (maybe shorter)
Friday- TBA 4-6:30
Sunday- TBA 1:30-3:30
iTunesU, which has an app, has a free series of videos of modern actors, designers, and others from the National Theatre in England discussing a recent production of THE CHERRY ORCHARD. Good stuff to think about for spring.
Thoughts for the morning…
1. The masks symbolize more than hypocrisy. They are the part of ourselves that we use to shield whatever we feel might be imperfect. Even Superman wears lead armor if he has to deal with Kryptonite.
2. Jekyll’s formula is meant as a “perfection potion.” It’s the potion that removes what the “mask” symbolizes.
3. I think anyone would experience some kind of change if they took the potion. As long as that’s possible, they’re wearing a mask.
4. One of the story’s messages is that we need masks to a certain degree. Good manners are masks, in a way. Not having one would be like chewing with your mouth open. A mask isn’t always a bad thing. Players in intense games keep the mask of the “game face” on as a rule. That first number might very well be sung from Hyde’s perspective.
5. What’s the longest-running musical in Broadway history?
6. There is a creepy thing that will happen with the masks and their strategic removal. Ask for details.
Tuesday/Wednesday,August 7 & 8, 3:30-6:30 Choreography
Thursday,August 9 – 4:00 – 6:00 Music (Chorus) – We’ll rehearseall choral numbers in the show.
Friday,August 10, 12-3 Choreography
(August11-12 if needed)
Monday,August 13, 12-6 Choreography
Tuesday,August 14, 4-4:30– Music (Chorus)4:30-6:30 – Choreography
Wednesday,August 15, 3:30 – 6:30 Choreography
Thursday,August 16, 4-4:30– Music (Chorus) 4:30-6:30- Choreography
Friday,August 17, 3:30-5:30 – Choreography
(August18-19 if needed)
Monday,August 20, 3:30-6:30 – Choreography
Tues.,Wed., Thurs. August 21,22,23, 4-4:30 – Music (Chorus) 4:30-6:30 Choreography
Friday,August 24, 3:30-5:30 – Choreography
(August25, 26 if needed)