Community Cast Information

4 Days for Discounted Ticket Pricing!

DEVINE PERFORMING ARTS:

October 2nd

12:00-1:00 Hungarian

1:00-1:30 Gingerbread

1:30-2:00 Custard Cones

2:00-3:00 Clara’s Dream (Dolls, Mice, Sousa’s Band, Little Sugarplums)

3:30-4:15 Coffee

4:15-5:00 Fairy Floss

5:00-6:00 Flowers


UPDATE: October 9th, 16th, and 23rd

12:00-12:45 Hungarian

12:45-1:30 Gingerbread and Custard Cones

1:30-2:30 Clara’s Dream

2:30-3:00 Dolls

3:00-3:30 Act 2 Diverts (Coffee, Fairy Floss)

3:30-4:15 Flowers*


Central Studio: 

UPDATE: October 2nd-23rd:

11:45 World's Fair Guests Call Time

12:00-1:00 World’s Fair Guests (No Vendors)

1:00-1:30 World's Fair Guests + Vendors

1:30-2:00 Snow Flurries (No Icicles)

2:00-2:30 Snow Flurries + Icicles

2:30-3:00 House (Marie, Mother, Housekeeper)




ALL ACT 1 October 30th and November 13th @ DPA

1:00-4:00 ALL ACT 1 (World’s Fair, Clara’s Dream, Snow Scene) + costume fittings


ALL ACT 2 November 6th and November 20th @ DPA

1:00-4:00 ALL ACT 2 (Opening, Gingerbread, Flowers, Diverts, Finale) + costume fillings


ALL CAST REHEARSALS November 27th & December 4th @ DPA

The studio will be open early for warm up for the company. Please be in the studio by your act’s call time to ensure prompt exit times. Please come with your tights and flesh color leotard under your street clothes to speed up prep for costume run through.


November 27th @ DPA

11:00 Company Warm Up (Adult cast invited to join)

12:30 CALL TIME ACT 1

1:00-2:30 REHEARSE ALL ACT 1 (Act 1 dancers will be dismissed on this date)

2:00 CALL TIME ACT 2

2:30-4:00 REHEARSE ALL ACT 2


December 4th @ DPA

11:00 Company Warm Up (Adult cast invited to join)

12:30 CALL TIME ALL DANCERS

1:00-4:00 FULL CAST REHEARSAL

*All dancers will bow at the end of Act 2; all dancers will practice all the way through on this date to prepare for how long they will have backstage at the theater. Please pack snacks (no peanut products), and things for your dancer to do. Some examples: headphones for electronics, crayons/colored pencils rather than markers, card games, etc.