Week Eleven – Polishing it Up

by Ashley on March 18, 2018

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 10 days till we open! Check out this awesome tweet!

Our goals for this week are:

  1. Monday and Tuesday run a cue-to-cue
  2. Get used to our sets and props
  3. Get used to our costumes
  4. Move into 718 during the show!

A “cue-to-cue” is when we walk through the show and check each light, sound and set cue as a cast. We’ll “spike” or mark on the stage exactly where things go and make sure that lights are shining on your awesome Seuss-y faces. These can be very difficult rehearsals to live through as they can be quite boring! But they’re so important for the success of our show! So hang in there!

We have rehearsal Monday through Saturday this week! Monday through Friday is till 5:00. Saturday is from 9-3pm. Please look at the schedule carefully:

Monday – Full-cast – till 5:00

  • Make-up head shots (I will email the list of people who need to go directly to the LLAC 8/f tomorrow)
  • cue-to-cue first half of show (up to “Monkey Around”)
  • run first half of show

Tuesday – Full-cast – till 5:00

  • Elephinbird reveal
  • cue-to-cue second half of show (from “Monkey Around” to Bows”
  • run second half of show

Wednesday – Full-cast – till 5:00

  • Circus and Egg Nest and Tree Workshop
  • Who Hair/Mains & Minors Makeup
  • Everyone wear shoes and head pieces/hats if you have them
  • Full Run – Last day watching in house

Thursday – Full-cast – till 5:00

  • Bubble guns!
  • Workshops/Jungle Makeup/Who Hair – Shoes and Hats
  • Full Run no stopping – everyone enters from backstage

Friday – Full-cast – till 5:00

  • Workshops/Who Makeup/Bird Hair – Shoes and Hats
  • Full Run no stopping – everyone enters from backstage

Saturday – Full-cast – 9am-3pm

  • 9:00-9:30 – warm-up/announcements
  • 9:30-10:30 – workshop rough bits
  • 10:30-11:00 – lunch
  • 11:00-12:45 – costume, hair and makeup
  • 12:45-1:00 – focus in
  • 1:00-2:30 – full-run
  • 2:30-3:00 – reset sets, props, hair/makeup, costumes

Want to do a little more to make sure you’re prepared?

Check out our rehearsal notes folder – is there a note for you?
Listen to Seuss read-alouds, – do you know what Dr. Seuss story your character is in?

See you tomorrow in the LLAC!

The Seuss Production Team

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