CINDERELLA SHOW WEEK SCHEDULE (MAY 30TH - JUNE 4TH)
Hip hop 4
Hip hop ½
Hip hop 3
Hip hop ½
Ballet ½ (but just these girls: Libby Brown, Reese Walker, Emma McAngus, Elise Battenfield, Daci Harkins, Emmalynn Hutchins, Annissa Calderon)
This is the most tedious of all the rehearsals. This is where the tech crew sees the show for the first time and we run light cues and other technical aspects of the show. It’s a slow but necessary process to make show day look and sound great:). Thanks in advance for being patient with the process :)
1- TILL WE END (HOPEFULLY AROUND 5)
*KIDS WELCOME TO PACK A LUNCH AND STAY ALL DAY. WE WILL MSG IN GROUPME IF THEY FINISH EARLY.
*hair/makeup/costumes! Please do not eat in costumes and only drink water!
BABIES & PRE BALLET REHEARSAL FROM 1:00-2:00 (Moms of pres babies are welcome to stay in the theater audience during this. Just sit towards to back of the auditorium, please)
LEVELS 1-4 REHEARSAL FROM 1:00-5:00
LEVELS 1&2 ARRIVE 3:30 WITH HAIR AND MAKEUP DONE. PUT COSTUME ON AT THE THEATER
BABY AND PRE ARRIVE AT 4:00 WITH HAIR AND MAKEUP DONE. PUT COSTUME ON AT THEATER
LEVELS 3&4 ONLY-WARM UP ON STAGE 2:30-3:30
o VIDEO TUTORIAL FOR BALLET BUN: https://youtu.be/3yG7Hcozrf8
Recital Makeup: The purpose of stage makeup is to give “life” to your child’s face on stage. The bright stage lights will wash all the color out of the face. The makeup needs to be applied heavier than everyday- wear.
Here are some tips for applying stage makeup:
*Use a darker shade of liquid foundation than you normally would choose for your child's skin tone. This might look weird up close, but keep in mind that audience members are far from the stage, and the stage lights make everyone very pale. Apply powder foundation over the liquid foundation to finish the look. Add a rosy blush to the apples of the cheeks. Avoid the tanner tones of blush.
Put a neutral-colored eye shadow such as tan on each eyelid and right underneath each eyebrow. Add a darker color eye shadow such as cocoa to the space in between. Blend both colors. Apply black eyeliner to both the top and bottom eyelids. Extend the eyeliner about a 1/2 inch beyond the outer corner of each eye. This helps the eyes appear larger. Apply two coats of black mascara after applying eye shadow and eyeliner.
*Trace both the upper and bottom lips with the red lip liner. Fill in the top lip with a long-wearing bright red lipstick, and then have your child rub her lips together to blend the lip color onto the bottom lip.