An exciting - and exhausting - time at the NETC conference in Sturbridge, MA Nov 12- 14, 2009. Andy Tighe and Lorin Zackular won first place in the Musical Theatre Cattle Calls. Josh Gordon and our stage manager won first place in the Set Design contest. Adam Sperry won second place for makeup. In addition, Adam Sperry was asked to join the costumer of Wicked in NYC and our stage manager was asked to join the Stage Manager of Wicked backstage and run the show. WOW. Billy Goldstein, Josh Gordon, Andy Tighe and Lorin Zackular were asked to perform infront of the final banquet. Audience members included Laurence O'Keefe and Mike O'Malley amoung other prominent people in the industry.
Students took classes, dressed up for a Masquerade Ball, auditioned, learned and laughed a lot. It was a great group and a great learning experience. But now... back to tech week as we open this Friday!!!
Thursday - clothing you wear to school will be fine to travel in.
Masquerade Ball is not like Phantom of the Opera - but you should embody the character of your dreams. Dress up like them, wear a mask and be them all night long.
Bathing suit for pool
Friday - Dance wear, dance shoes, portfolio, street wear.
Saturday - Clothing to move in but not necessarily dance wear (uless you are taking Ballroom Dance) and formal wear (Tie an suit jacket for men, business dress (below knee) or suit for women. Street wear to travel home in
Camera, phone, ipod, bathroom supplies, money for food and stuff, personal medications, snacks for hotel room and throughout the day (can be kept in backpacks) pillow/lovey.