The children did a fantastic job yesterday! They worked tirelessly, as we slowly pieced the production together scene by scene. It was the first opportunity they’d had to work with the Treblemakers and Mozart strings, who sat patiently for much of the day and performed beautifully.
It was amazing to see this jig saw production put together for the very first time and for the children to experience being onstage, working with microphones and adapting to set and lighting changes for each scene.
Many parents came to collect tickets for the performance on Friday 1st June. However, there was a little confusion and some students also collected tickets for their families. Please check with your child to see if they collected tickets on your behalf. Should any families have more tickets than they need, we ask that you return them to the ES Office as soon as possible, to ensure that we have enough.
Thank you for ensuring that the children arrived on time and also for picking them up promptly. The children and staff WoZ team are excited and looking forward to finally share our production with you this Friday 1st June!
IMPORTANT REMINDERS: ALL cast members MUST ATTEND:
- DRESS REHEARSAL: TUESDAY 29th MAY (3:30 – 6:00PM) NOT open to parents
- PERFORMANCE FAMILIES/COMMUNITY: FRIDAY 1st JUNE (4:00 – 5:30PM) in the THEATRE
There will also be a performance, but for ES STUDENTS ONLY, on the afternoon of Thursday 31st May during school hours. This performance is NOT open to parents.
TICKETS: Complimentary tickets are available in the ES OFFICE from Monday 28th May to Friday 1st June. Only parents or adult members of the community are permitted to obtain tickets.
Those of you who wish to take photographs or record the production may do so but must select seats on the balcony. You will need to stand in the Balcony wings when taking photos or recording, to avoid disturbing the audience. (No flash photography!)
A video of the production will also be posted on Dragon Tube and Vidigami – links to which will be posted on the BLOG after the final performance.
Sue Nilsson and the WoZ Team