Yes, I know I said last week's was the last. But I have become aware that there is some question regarding the location of Thursday night's rehearsal (please make it if you can), so I will reiterate the schedule. BTW- the rehearsal is in DUKE FAMILY PERFORMANCE HALL
1. The schedule for the rest of the semester is as follows:
Thursday, May 2—rehearsal with Chorale in Duke Family Performance Hall (DFPH), 6:30 pm.
Saturday, May 4—dress rehearsal in DFPH, 6-10 pm. Mandatory unless excused by director.
Sunday, May 5th—concert, 7:30 pm in DFPH. Call time 6:30 pm.
Friday, May 10—end of year party at The Hub, 6:30 pm.
Make sure you have your music, folder, and pencil with you (except for the party).
2. When rehearsing or performing in DFPH:
-Park in one of the lots surrounding the athletic facility.
-Use the stage door entrance (the other doors to the theater will be locked).
-Do NOT use any scent. DO use deodorant/antiperspirant.
-No food is allowed on stage (use the downstairs green room if you must eat).
-Only water is allowed on stage and ONLY if in a container with a secure lid.
-As a courtesy, reserve the restrooms downstairs on the kitchen side for men, the restrooms on the stage door side for women. There is a single unisex restroom on the stage level.
3. Remember that on May 5th, if the weather is nice, there will be a concert on the Town Green in Davidson starting at 6 pm, and the center of town will be congested. Factor that into your travel time.
4. I will remind you again at dress rehearsal, but here are the simple instructions for returning anything you have borrowed at the end of the performance:
-if you are using your own music and folder, you don’t need to return anything.
-if you have borrowed a folder and are using your own purchased music, take the music out and leave the folder on your chair
-if you borrowed folder and music, leave everything on your chair (after removing any personal items)
--Chorale should take their music and folders and return them to 201 Sloan, or thereabouts.
Do NOT return the Boito—keep it, recycle it, use it for starting campfires….