Category Archives: Acting Resources
*Some* schedule details….
We will be having fight choreography (details TBA soon) on Wednesday and Sunday.
On THURSDAY of this week, I will be blocking and working act 1, scenes 1-3 (aka 1.1-3)
On FRIDAY of this week, I will be blocking and working 1.4-5.
For Thursday and Friday, you are only called if you are in those scenes. If we need ensemble for those (and we do), we’ll figure that out at the “speak-through” today. That will be the Bishop Center.
For Wednesday and Sunday’s fight calls, those will be specified soon. Thanks!
3M auditionees? Please download this and EMAIL it back!
No paper copies, please. Only digital. Thanks!
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to December 10.
Three Musketeers 2014 audition form rights responsibilities
Dark Shadows Blocking
Please download, read completely, and e-mail back to email@example.com with your name and “Drood” in the subject line BEFORE you audition.
PDF Drood musical 2014 audition form rights responsibilities
Check back here for more audition details!
Cherry Orchard apps….
Two great apps, one of which is the audio from a relatively recent production with some high profile American actors! The other is a good guide to the play. They are iPhone apps, but will play on an ipad.
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
Schedule for 8/27 – 8/31
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.