SUNDAY March 3, 2010
TECH and SHOW SCHEDULE
DANCE PRODUCTION FACULTY TONI VALLE: 713/409-2838 OR email@example.com.
Once the schedule is confirmed, it will be posted on udtdance.info.
Call for LD, Production Class, Haley & Jessica’s cast: 9am
Everyone else arrive one hour before your lighting tech.
Dress Rehearsal is at 5pm. The entire cast needs to be at the theatre by 3:30pm. Check in with the Assistant Stage Manager at your arrival.
Warm up 9am-9:45am for Haley and Jessica’s cast
Program and Tech Order
Haley cube (10 min) – 9:45am-10:30am
Jessica Trio (4 min) – 10:30am -11:00am
Gaby solo (4.3 min) – 11:00am-11:30am
Sydney Trio (4.3 min) – 11:30am-12:00pm
J/C/S trio (4 min) – 12:00pm-12:30pm
Allen – Allyson solo (3 min) – 12:30pm-12:45pm
Cece (9 min) – 12:45pm-1:30pm
Derek (8 min) – 1:30pm-2:15pm
Coco – Sheena solo (4 min) – 2:45pm-3:00pm
Mary Catherine quartet (7 min) – 3:00pm-3:45pm
Haley duet (9 min) – 3:45pm-4:15pm
Elyssa Allen duet (3 min) – 4:15pm-4:30pm
Break – 4:30pm-5pm
Dress Rehearsal – 5pm - Everyone must be present backstage by 3:30pm.
Show – 7:30pm
Location: Matchbox 2, MATCH, 3400 Main Street, between Main to the East and Travis to the West, Holman to the South and Francis to the North. MATCH is two blocks South of Elgin and three blocks north of Alabama.
Attached is an info-sheet with parking options that we have for your staff, performers and/or volunteers. Please note that these options are only for your group. DO NOT share this with any patrons, parents or audience members as these options are limited.
Also on that info-sheet is the parking permit that is needed if anyone decides to park at South Main Baptist Church. For best use, print the document double-sided and distribute to anyone on your team. Also attached is a parking map that lays out all of our options. For any patrons that need parking information, they can be directed to our website: https://matchouston.org/location-parking
You may also pay for parking in the garage across the street but that could be $15-20. Parking is free in certain areas on the street, but cars have been broken into in the past, so make sure you car has nothing in it and is locked.
Arrival: You need to arrive an hour before your light tech time in case we are running early. If you are not waiting in the theatre one hour prior to tech, the lighting designer will set lights for you and move on to the next piece.
You and your dancers should meet at the back door and call me to open it. Check your name off on the call board and stay in either the dressing rooms or theatre for tech. The choreographer and lighting designer will run the piece to look at cues, then adjust any lights. Each piece should have the choreographer and dancers on stand-by in the house 30 minutes prior to their tech.
You will be responsible for warming yourselves up and taking care of your bodies. Bring costumes, makeup, water, and anything you need for the show – you will not be allowed to leave once dress rehearsal starts.
Lighting: This is a low-tech show, so lighting will be limited to minimal cues (3-5 cues total.) If you have any lighting requests, you need to email the lighting designer, Jason Cochran, by Thursday. He cannot guarantee your requests, but will do his best. Jason’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets: Purchase tickets in advance if possible. This show sells out every year and we turned people away at the door. If we sell out early, tickets for dress rehearsal will be available at the box office.
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