Greetings castmates! The River City Gazette is in
publication so look forward to this weekly e-newsletter. Who knows, you
may be in it! I hope this adds to your theatre fun.
Rehearsals are very productive and it is impressive how well we are
performing these songs. Kudos
to Director Dana and her crew. Their hard work shows! Stay up
with your calendar to be sure you know where rehearsal is each
night. This week, we will be at Fayetteville UMC Monday, Tuesday,
and Thursday nights.
Music Man’ goes
‘Into The Woods’
If you have not already made plans, please join the cast on Friday, June 13th to
see 'Into The Woods.' This play combines the well-known fairy tales
of Cinderella, Rapunzel, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Little Red Ridinghood
with the story of the Baker and his Wife who desperately want a
play is enchanting and fun. You or your parents can check it out
online at www.thetwilighttheatre.com
This is another Twilight Theatre
production so we certainly want to support the cast. I'm sure they
will return the favor. We will meet at Charles Wadsworth
Auditorium at 7:30 pm.
Wells Fargo Wagon
Guess what? We have a full-size, fully working covered
wagon for our play! We will decorate it to be the Wells Fargo
wagon. It will be a great addition to "River City"
on The Fred stage.
'The Music Man' was a very successful play and has been made into a movie
twice. You may be surprised to learn that 'The Music
Man' was not the original title. Do you know what the title
* You have 7 days before ads are due!
* You have 11 days before we have our first full show rehearsal.
* You have 21 days until you turn in your scripts.
* You have 29 days before your rehearse in costume.
* You have 40 days before opening night.
mark Tuesday, June 10th as Ice Cream Night. We will rehearse
at The Fred that night, and when we are done at 9 PM, we will all go to
the Marble Slab for ice cream. You have to pay your own way so
be sure to bring money, but it's all half-price just for us! Be sure
to let your parents know.
Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn is performing with the Wa Tan Ye girls, she says
"I will now count to twenty in the Indian tongue...” and proceeds
to count in nonsense words ("Een teen tuther feather fip!...”).
Sounds like non-sense words, but it is actually some form of
traditional British sheep-counting. Sheep are mentioned in the
play. Does anyone know where?
Please make everyone effort, pull magic tricks, or harness the power of
The Force to be at rehearsal on time! This is a huge team
effort and starting on time means we end on time.
The River City Gazette will feature loads of photos of you!
These are randomly picked so if you aren't in them this week, check next