Here is the schedule through Spring Break. We will video record on 3/31, giving you more time to get comfortable with your blocking and be absolutely solid in terms of memorization. You will have less time to write your reflection on your scene, but it will be due later: it is now due April 5 at 3:30. That gives you the weekend to watch it and makes some observations. I'm not looking for the next great American novel: just a (full) one-page Word document, 12 font size, 1.5 spaced on what you noticed, what you'd like to improve, what bothers you, etc. Keep it objective. Don't tear yourselves or anyone else apart; just be clinical about the things that need improvement.
As always, everyone is welcome to watch other rehearsals. You can learn a great deal from watching other people work. All I ask is that you're not distracting to those working while you watch.
Be in the building throughout the rehearsal time from now on, in case we are running ahead or behind (or, God forbid, have another cancelation). As far as cancelations, unless you are bleeding out of your eyeballs, we really can't have any more no-shows. Be well, hold yourselves together, and know that every time someone misses, it affects everyone else.
If you were not present for yesterday's initial costume fitting, email me your dress/shirt/pants size, as well as shoe size (just in case). Thanks!
3:30-4:15 "Via resti servita" FIGARO
4:20-5 "My little lambkin" FLUTE
5-5:15 "Alles fühlt der Liebe" FLUTE
3:30-4:25 "Hm! Hm! Hm!" FLUTE quintet
3:30-4:30 BASTIEN scene
4:35-5:15 "Cinque...dieci" FIGARO scene
3:30-3:45 finish "Hm! Hm! Hm!" FLUTE
3:45-4 "Bei Männern" FLUTE
4-4:35 "Voi che sapete...venite" FIGARO
4:40-5:05 "Du feines Täubchen" FLUTE
5:05-5:15 revisit "Alles fühlt der Liebe" FLUTE
5:15-? Finish "Cinque...dieci" FIGARO