Calling this a “whirlwind rehearsal schedule” is like calling Everest “a big mountain”. Iknow that you have been encouraged to arrive “off book’. Believe me, anyone who
actually does so will save this show boatloads of time. Those who do not will cost theshow and equal amount of time and cost themselves stress and worry.
Abbreviations, above include: B = Blocking of Dialogue. S = Musical Staging. Princ. =Principle. For the purpose of our schedule, Principle is defined as anyone speakingdialogue. I will include a breakdown by page numbers below.
Musical numbers involving primarily leading characters will be staged at the 2-5rehearsals.
The following ensemble numbers will be SKIPPED at weekday, 2-5 rehearsals:
”, the “On the Twentieth Century” portion of “Saddle Up”, “Together”, “FinaleAct I”, “Final
Please consider yourself (whether you are a leading role or in the ensemble) included inthe call for all weeknight, 6:30-9:30 rehearsals as well as Saturdays, 2-5 and Sundays, 2-5. I KNOW that people will occasionally have their time wasted as a result of this, but, onthis tight a schedule, we have to have access to you at these times.
If you have any questions regarding role assignments or rehearsal calls, please contactme at firstname.lastname@example.org
Speaking Role Breakdown (Read carefully! Your name may appear more than once.)Act I Pages 7-28
Conductor (Flanagan ) Laz EstradaMan Brian KosierWoman Ashley TrauberActor (Stranded solo) Dennis Gallagher
*NOTE we will stage the short scene involving the characters above at the SAME rehearsal during
which we stage “STRANDED”
Owen Jonathan KirklandOliver Jared GuestOscar Oliver WorthingtonSecretary (gender change) Sarah BerggrenPorter Michael VaiiipappilLetitia Patti RabazaLockwood Brian KosierAnita Angela SchmidtMaxwell Finch Dennis Gallagher
*NOTE Max Jacobs also appears in this
scene but says nothing, so we’ll cut him)
Imelda Thornton Kelly WaguespackMildred Plotka/Lily Garland Kelli Estes
Soldiers (In “Veronique
) Laz Estrada, Michael V.