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MTI Show Support: Clueless First Time DIrector
Yes Welcome Elizabeth,
Andrew is quite right, if you have to perform at 3 locations, you have enough to worry about with kids and music. Lighting is an excellent way to change the scene changes. I would add turn the kids into set pieces as well. Have 4 kids come up with outrageous body motions and 3 sizes of crocodile balls to simulate that scene. Use kids with their backs to the audience in different poses. You can also you simple quick movable items. Individual trampolines for Grandpa Joe and Charlie for the bubble scene and just have the kids standing up and holding a bed sheet to look like the grand parents in the bed. Let the kids also come up with fun ways to become objects and set pieces.
The MTI Show Collection: Appropriate for Middle School?
Sean definitely has given you the right advice. Perusals are a wonderful way to preview the music and the materials and quite frankly not taken advantage of enough. The Choreography DVD that comes with your showkit was done masterfully by Steven Kennedy of iTheatrics. It focuses on doing the dance square to the audience, never on an angle and is about the smile and the hair in many ways. You also should read your rider when you license a show and talk to your rep about changes. For you to make any changes to the script or anything of that nature you must consult the licensing organization. Just some helpful thoughts
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