The official webpage for McCallum Fine Arts Academy THESPIAN TROUPE 4229
Here we post the latest Audition Notices, Rehearsal Schedule Updates, The RCP Meeting Schedule as well as important Royale Court /Thespian Troupe 4229 information.
THEATRE BANQUET – May 18
Date: Saturday, May 18
Place: Westover Hill Club, 8706 Westover Club Dr.
Theme: “The Great Gatsby/The Roaring Twenties”
Parents are invited
Thanks to all seniors who submitted applications for the Sr. Theatre Scholarship. The deadline is past and the committee is now at work reviewing applications. The recipients will be announced at the Theatre Banquet in May.
Summer musical auditions will be Tuesday, May 28th with callbacks Wednesday, May 29th 2013. Summer musical is always big fun ’cause there’s no school!
NY/ BROADWAY TRIP SPRING BREAK 2014
- Avoid the SXSW trafiic next year and join us on our custom NYC tour: Broadway And The Arts.
- See 4 Broadway shows and take in the sights and sounds of Manhattan!
- You can sign up online at www.SmithsonianStudentTravel.com or by phone 1.888.333.9756
- The tour number is 1380560
Receive up to the minute MacTheatre notifications sent right to your phone text @mact to (646) 480-6887 Remind 101 Sign-Up Instructions
RCP MEETING SCHEDULE
- The Show Must Go On!! I will Never miss a performance.
- I shall play every performance to the best of my ability, regardless of how small my role or large my personal problems.
- I will respect my audience regardless of size or station.
- I shall never miss an entrance or cause a curtain to be late by my failure to be ready.
- I shall forego all social activities which interfere with rehearsals and will always be on time.
- I shall never leave a theatre building or stage area until I have completed my performance.
- I shall remember that my aim is to create illusion; therefore, I will not destroy that illusion by appearing in costume and make-up off stage or outside the theatre.
- I will not allow comments of friends, relatives, or critics to change any phase of my work without proper authorization. I will not alter lines, business, lights, properties, settings, costumes, or any phase of the production without consultation with and permission from the director.
- I shall accept the director’s advice in the spirit in which it is given for he or she sees the production as a whole and my role as a portion thereof.
- I shall look upon the production as a collective effort demanding my utmost cooperation, hence I will forego the gratification of ego for the demands of the play.
- I will be patient and avoid temperamental outbursts, for they create tension and serve no useful purpose.
- I shall respect the play and the playwright, remembering that “A work of art is not a work of art until it is finished”.
- I shall never blame my co-workers for my own failure.
- I will never engage in caustic criticism of another artist’s work from jealousy or an urge to increase my own prestige.
- I shall inspire the public to respect me and my craft through graciousness in accepting both praise and constructive criticism.
- I will use stage properties and costumes with care, knowing they are tools of my craft and a vital part of the production.
- I will observe backstage courtesy and shall comport myself in strict compliance with rules of the theatre in which I work.
- I shall never loose my enthusiasm for the theatre because of disappointment or failure for they are the lessons by which I learn.
- I shall direct my efforts in such a manner that when I leave the theatre it will stand as a greater institution for my having labored there.