Congratulations! You have been selected to learn a part or parts in Cinderella!
Complete Production Forms and Make Production Fee Payment
Please PRINT THIS PAGE for reference and complete the required Product Form and Product Fee Payment (see options below) by February 16, 2020.
The Rehearsal Schedule will be posted as well on a weekly basis on our COMPANY MEMBER PORTAL >. Please know your rehearsal schedule so it will not be necessary to call the CODA office for this information. SCHEDULE FOR THE FIRST WEEKEND WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL within the next several days and no later than Monday, February 17.
* Please review frequently for updates. We are putting together a master schedule for the entire run, but please note that it is often adjusted each week if necessary so you must check frequently for updates. That master schedule will be posted no later than the first week of rehearsals.
Some understudies will actually perform the role this year; some won’t. At the very least, the dancer has the opportunity to be part of that rehearsal and practice the role. As choreography becomes more difficult, dancers often begin as an understudy, especially at the junior corps and corps de ballet levels. Dancers and parents who see this opportunity in the positive way in which it is offered will make progress, even if it is only to prepare the dancer to continue and strive for a goal the following year.
For this production, there will be a single cast which means that all dancers will perform in all 3 shows (Friday, May at 6 PM, and Saturday, May 9 at 1 PM and 5 PM). .
The Company of Dance Arts is a nonprofit corporation run by volunteers and help is always needed. All parents are expected to donate 20 hours of volunteer time (or buy out). Please be sure to sign up via the online signup that will be emailed to you.
Permission to leave the premises
Minors are not permitted to leave the premises of the Company of Dance Arts during breaks without written permission from a parent or guardian. Minors may not leave the theaters without a parent or guardian. Please discuss this with your child prior to rehearsals and performances. Written permission signed by parents can be dropped off at the CODA office.
Parents/guardians of minors are responsible for their child’s transportation.
Dancers may bring their own food/water (no glass bottles) from home or purchase food at the studio on Sundays (CODA fundraiser) and are responsible for their own cleanup. Water is always available at no charge from the cooler and you may refill your own plastic water bottle as desired. Only water in plastic bottles may be taken into the studio or warm-up area.
While engaged in rehearsals or performances should be reported immediately to the Artistic Staff and a CODA trustee.
All parents will be scheduled on a rotating basis to help with at least one cleanup after rehearsals on Sundays.
Tickets will be on sale to the general public through the Two River Theater box office. Tickets will be put aside by CODA for dancers’ families and friends and these go on sale in mid to late March.. That date will be posted and you are encouraged to plan ahead and be prepared with your ticket order at that time, as these tickets sell quickly. In order to be fair to all, please do not ask to or insist on buying tickets before that time in order to get the best seats. Tickets will not be exchanged! CODA Box Office procedures and order forms will be available on the website and in the CODA office. Cash, checks, and major credit cards are accepted.
Being a Company dancer requires a serious commitment from you. Participating in this production can be great fun but it is hard work, both in the studio and every week at home practicing in preparation for the next rehearsal. You will be expected to know everything that was covered in previous rehearsals. Time is very valuable and the Artistic Staff cannot waste new rehearsal time re-teaching choreography. You must know your part, and know it well. If you miss a rehearsal due to legitimate illness or for another excused absence, it is your responsibility to find out what was missed before the next rehearsal. If you do not know your choreography, do not apply corrections, miss rehearsals without notifying us, or simply miss an unreasonable number of rehearsals, an understudy will replace you. Remember, your invitation to learn a role was based, in part, on your solid commitment to be present at rehearsals. Parents can help by enabling their dancer to meet these expectations.
The cost for mounting this production is approximately $80,000. With a cast of about 80, $1000 must be raised by CODA for each dancer in order to meet our expenses. CODA expects every dancer to help by selling tickets and Ad Journal ads, and by participating in Company fundraisers. Please buy your tickets for family and friends through CODA- cash, checks, and credit cards accepted.
Consider this information carefully and let us know by Friday, January 14 if you do not plan to participate. We are telling you the expectations up front so there will be no misunderstandings.
We look forward to your participation in Cinderella!
Confirm Your Status
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