Monthly Archives: March 2006

Scattered Unison

It feels downright strange to be at home on a weeknight barely a week before we open.   Tonight is one of those bizarre occurances when — in the midst of our fevered attempts to get our production ready for the … Continue reading

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It’s all in the details

Tonight’s rehearsal was all about getting it right — down to the smallest possible detail.  The entire evening was spent reviewing and working choreography and scenes.   Evelyn worked with the women in one studio, while Donna worked with the … Continue reading

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“Come Walk Up and Purchase With Avidity”

I’m about to head out to Tuesday night dance rehearsal, but wanted to take a moment to encourage you to go ahead and buy your tickets for our upcoming performances.   For those of you who don’t know this one, … Continue reading

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What a Difference a Day Makes!

Today we worked, and worked, and worked on the Act I Finale — and it really paid off.   Evelyn worked with the women on the choreography for the beginning section ("Let the Merry Cymbals Sound") while I worked with the … Continue reading

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Many thanks to our Valiant Understudies!

Tonight we did another complete run-through of the production — this time with our incredible understudies in the lead roles.  Elizabeth, Shoshi, Ginny, Sarah, Mike and Charlie are all to be commended for fabulous performances   In addition to mastering … Continue reading

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A Complete Run Through

Tonight we ran the entire production from beginning to end for the very first time.  I must admit that I thought we would have more trainwrecks and didn’t think we would make it through the entire show in our allotted rehearsal time … Continue reading

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Dancin’

Great rehearsal tonight.  We had two dance studios and a hallway to work in, so it was a veritable three-ring circus.    Evelyn worked with the women on "I Cannot Tell What This Love May Be" (Ziegfeld eat your heart out), "I’m a Waterloo … Continue reading

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