Thank you to the large number of choir members that showed up to the informational meeting yesterday. We have close to 40 students who will be a part of the skit or choir, and will have another 10-15 working the event as servers. What a great level of participation by our program for this big event!
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
If you only want to be a server:
There will be a sign-up sheet in the front of the choir room between November 23-25th. The names will be sent to the parent coordinating servers and you will be responsible for attending the night of the event (December 5) at 5:30PM wearing black and white dress clothes. You will be expected to stay for the entire event and to stay at the end to help clean up (after we feed you!).
For those members in the skit/choir, the schedule is as follows:
Saturday, November 21
Scripts will be distributed, parts assigned, music gone over, and we'll get as many in costume as possible. This will allow us to figure out if we need to purchase any more costumes, gather props, or anything else before we go on Thanksgiving break.
Tuesday, November 24
Those involved in Beauty & the Beast may decide if you want to split your time or just go to that practice since it is listed as full cast review. Just make sure that one of the student directors knows about it so we can read your lines when they happen in our run-through.
Wednesday, November 25
Thursday-Monday, November 26-30
Tuesday, December 1
Wednesday, December 2
Thursday, December 3
Friday, December 4
2:15-4:00 Final Dress Rehearsal/Run-through
Saturday, December 5
5:00PM Report with your costume and any props.
We'll run through the entire skit and all songs in the space, testing out microphones and timing. By 6:00 we will finish so the doors can open for those attending. The Dinner begins at 6:30 and the skit will begin shortly after the salad (first course) is served. All members of the skit are expected to stay after to help clean up (you will be fed first!).
TAKE YOUR COSTUMES AND PROPS HOME WITH YOU and bring them to the choir room when you arrive on Monday morning.
About the Madrigal Choir
Performing music specific to the Renaissance era, the Madrigal Choir rehearses seasonally for the choir's annual Madrigal Dinner in December. This ensemble is open to any high school choir member in either the Symphonic or Women's Choirs.