Rehearsal Schedule & Crews

Last week we did a ton of get-to-know-you activities, ate, played games and read through the script. With markers and pencils in hand, we read and talked dramatic structure [inciting incident, anyone?]. We started blocking on Friday–didn’t get as far as we would like, but we know that we often have to go slow to go at the beginning of any new project.

Now, with a cast of 23, we should be able to get our set and props finished in plenty of time for production week. Cast members not called to rehearsal will be expected to work crew–see our rehearsal schedule so you know when/where to meet. In addition to feeling great about a job well done, students may get up to 20 hours of community service working the play. See us in the theatre any time to get your form.

Need a rehearsal schedule? 3 Oranges October rehearsal



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  1. Playing games at the beginning of the school year was entertaining, it’s one of the things that made me love this class. It makes you more comfortable with your class mates in theater hence it won’t be so bad performing with them and in front of them.