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Sunday, August 1, 2010

Moving Right Along....

Did I mention that we have an incredible cast? I know, I know, I'm quite certain that I have and you will have a chance to see for yourself soon. In the meantime, they are actively preparing to share the journey with you. The journey of those whose lives have been touched by cancer.

Oh by the way, a big 'Thank You' to all for your interest. We are so happy that you are sharing the journey to the stage on Face Book, Twitter, through your personal email, etc. We love the comments (keep them coming), we have received emails with interest in purchasing tickets and even those from out of state (giggles), so to give you all a heads up - stay on the alert you will want to get your tickets as soon as they are available. Why not sign up and follow us?

And now back to our update on the journey to the stage....

It's rehearsal time and as always the cast comes in ready to work. But first, we lay it out on the table (juice, water and muffins)then discussed the goals of the day and how we will run the rehearsal.


Laughter makes for a fun time. We really enjoy our time together. This should translate wonderfully on the stage.





Having one on one time with each member is so important.


we take the time to encourage our cast to share about their other projects which gives us a chance to support and see their performances.


This rehearsal we worked in separate rooms to focus on the scenes and work within groups - worked out very well.




The smile of our little star :-)


Aha! Taking notes to perfect and improve on the character's journey.


A moment away from the other cast members - the monologue room



A time to pause and think more about Collette's journey


By now you must be quite anxious to see the play and we do understand :-)


The Cast is perfecting it just for you


It's that time to wrap up and the cast assembles together. We discuss upcoming rehearsals and other administrative matters. Needless to say, we are delighted with the commitment of the cast, it shows in the progress of their performance.




That's it for now! Until the next post, adios, au revoir and goodbye!`



And by all means, please continue to share!

Dawn

5 comments:

  1. love this bog, it's in my planner 10-15

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  2. Phenominal!!!!! I can see this as nothing more than but a sucess an this is just the rehersal's can't wait to see this live better than that I wish was stage manager or curtain puller :-) You guys are showing greatness in how you all work together and this is what sends great messages in your perfromance. I encourge that you all keep this relationship/unity. When it all comes together what an effect you'll all bring into peoples lives.

    Min Don Braithwaite, Houston TX

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  3. You need a thumbs up symbol, i like your posts they're fun to read

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  4. Breast and prostate cancer runs in my family, I want to see the play.

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  5. Desiree Braithwaite BarrettAugust 4, 2010 at 3:55 PM

    I am waiting on opening night I have my gown already picked out. Personally I know we have had our run in with cancer so I can not wait to see what you have in store the perfect name "The Day That Changed My Life" so true so true!!! Best of Success to you all!

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