I do NOT have bios submitted by those that are on the list above.
Please take care of this ASAP. It takes a long time to format the program and inserting info later will mess that up.
Bio Form (also available on our website)
You must log on through your REGION 6 GMAIL ACCOUNT. Parents, the kids DO know how to do this. Please encourage them to do it on their own.
Also, some of the ensemble members wrote a little too much. I will need to truncate them to fit the area allotted beside their picture (or use such a tiny font that no one would be able to read it). I will do my best to keep the tone of your message while editing it to a reasonable length for our format. If anyone feels that they need to re-write/re-submit to self-edit to a more reasonable length, please do that pronto.
Please remember that there are FULL CAST rehearsals on Monday & Tuesday, even though there is no school for the kids.
Monday 2/17 5:30-7:30PM: Block and sing Act 2, scene 6: Mansion Ballroom – Last scene in show. FULL CAST. I know that this is Presidents' Day but we will have rehearsal.
Tuesday 2/18 5:30-7:30 PM: Choreography; FULL CAST
5:30-6:30 ALL orphans
6:30-7:30 NYC; FULL CAST except for orphans and Hannigan
Wednesday 2/19 5:30-7:00 PM: Small ensemble blocking and character review: Hannigan, Rooster, Lily, Warbucks, Annie. A few others might be added.
Thursday 2/20 5:30-7:30 PM: FULL CAST: Music and Lines review in the band room.
Saturday 2/22 10:00-12:00 Noon: TBA
EVERYONE should be wearing their characters' shoes. I made a list last week of people who were still not wearing the appropriate shoes. It is essential that you wear them to rehearsals from now on. They must be broken in & you must be comfortable walking/dancing in them. Sneakers and Uggs are NOT acceptable for the time period.
We have also compiled a list of people that are still missing their costumes. Remember that the show is set in December 1933. Please see Mrs. (Darlene) Sawyer if you have any costume questions or if you have a costume to get approved and leave in the costume closet.
If you will not be at a rehearsal that you are scheduled to attend, for any reason, you MUST contact Mr. Steinberg directly. It is your responsibility to communicate with him when you know that you can't be there and you all agreed to do that when you signed your Code of Conduct. PLEASE remember to follow through. When you simply don't show up, we must assume that you just don't really want to be in the show.
P.S. If you still have ADS, I will still accept them. I know that everyone is a little bit thrown off by all of our snow days. I appreciate all of you that took the time to sell some ads! Hopefully, it is enough so that we can cover the cost of printing the program. :)