For tomorrow the rehearsal arrangements are as follows:-
Remember tomorrow’s rehearsal is in the Barbican Theatre, Sunday 1st March and at the following times:-
From 1pm – 1.45pm: for the Tuesday Drama class at 5pm for ages 7-10 (The Lorax)
From 1.45 – 2.30pm: for the Tuesday Drama class at 6pm for ages 11+ (Gangster Granny & The Midnight Gang & The Cat in the Hat)
From 2.30 – 3.15pm: for the Saturday Drama class at 12pm for ages 8-12 (Bertha Blubberer, Nigel Nit Boy & Mr Stink)
From 3.15 – 4pm: for the Saturday Drama class at 1pm for ages 13+ (Melissa McHiney McNormous McWhale)
Rehearsals can run over time, so please bear with us.
Please collect students after their rehearsal times and return to the theatre for 4.45pm sharp for the show. If the older students want to stay in the Theatre after their rehearsal they will be supervised. Student safety comes first so please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want your child to stay.
Show Commences at 5.30pm sharp and remember it is in the Barbican Theatre this year.
Students Hair. As the cast is varied Tracey and Sarah discussed hair requirements with the students individually. If you are in any doubt please email email@example.com with your child’s name and the character they are playing.
Students Make Up. Students should wear light stage make up and for those characters that require different make up this was discussed with them in class. If you are in any doubt, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your child’s name and the character they are playing.
Costumes have all been allocated at this stage.
A limited number of tickets will be available on the door tomorrow.
Finally Stephen is photographing this year’s show. We will be posting photos to the Kidkast Facebook page after the show. If you have not done so already, please log into the parents portal at sixtechsoftware.com to choose your option to consent or not as we will only post photos for those students with consent. Please do not take photos or video at the show as some parents do not want their children’s images posted online and this must be respected.