Rehearsal & FAQ 8/8

posted Aug 8, 2011, 7:15 AM by Rebecca Baker

Tonight's Call:  Wolfette Scene 2 (pgs 4-6) Mon Aug 8 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Grimm Bros, Wolf, Wolfettes, Boy, FGM, Piper, 3 Mice, Red, Grandmother, 3 Pigs, Woodcutter, Sheperd, Sheep

  • Actors should bring the following to every rehearsal:  a Water Bottle, a Pencil (not pen), a Highlighter.
  • The acoustics of the cafeteria are funny, and even whispers from the big room are amplified on the stage making it difficult for the actors to hear direction, so the rehearsal is closed to anyone that is not silent in the cafeteria.
  • Parents wishing to meet about their committees or visit may convene in the foyer.

So, I was wondering...
I'm compiling a list of frequently asked questions at http://www.castlehillspta.com/Home/calendar/aec-school-play/faq.  Do you have a question or two that hasn't been addressed yet?  I bet if you do, you are not alone.  If you'll send me your questions, I'll expand our FAQ to help you and the rest of the families navigate what is to many, a very new experience!

Question of the day... "I can't find my email from last week that included (fill in the blank) what can I do?"  All of the Big Bad Emails are available online at http://www.castlehillspta.com/Home/calendar/aec-school-play/big-bad-email.  Hope that helps!

Three Blind Mice:

        Three blind mice. Three blind mice.
        See how they run. See how they run.
        They all ran after the farmer's wife,
        Who cut off their tails with a carving knife,
        Did you ever see such a sight in your life,
        As three blind mice?

According to The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes the poem originally entered children's literature in 1842 when it was published in a collection by James Orchard Halliwell, but it's origins are believed to be back in the early 1600's.

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