Lock In Information May 2012

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This is all the info that you'll need for LOCK IN on May 25-26. Please read carefully, as you'll need to BRING ITEMS WITH YOU (or you won't get to EAT)!

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Lock In Information May 2012

  1. 1. 1st Annual Ellison Drama Red Eye Theater Lock-In! This lock-in is hopefully the first of many. The MAIN GOAL: to write, rehearse, and perform 3 plays in one 24-hour period The additional GOALS: to collaborate, to be creative, to let the late night help us write! The schedule is listed below:      9:00-­‐9:30pm   • Arrive  at  Ellison  (student   Park  in  student  lot.    Take  all  Friday   entrance)   belongings  (if  you  drove),  as  you   • Meet  and  greet  each   will  not  be  allowed  to  return  to   other   your  car  under  any   circumstances!  9:30PM  –  10:30  PM   • Warm  up  Games   Commons  Area  10:30-­‐11:30PM     • Draw  Names  for  random    Break/Rules  Discussion   Groups     • Get  in  groups  and  get  11:30  –  11:45  PM   mystery  box  &  story  Break  into  groups   outline   • Move  to  your  Groups’   assigned  room  to  work  11:45  PM  –  12:30  AM   • Brainstorm  ideas  for  play   • Snacks  available  in  Friday  to  Saturday   based  on  box  contents   commons  area  at  all   • Choose  idea   times.   • Assign  Roles  as  needed   • See  attached  list  for   (acting  or  tech  or   what  you  need  to  bring!   directing,  etc)   • Plan  out  plot  of  play   • Write  or  type  or  practice   lines  as  you  choose    12:30  AM  –  12:50  AM   • All  groups  meet  in   **  Have  rough  draft  of  script  for  Saturday   commons  area,  for  some   a  teacher/adult  to  read  over  and   games  and  movies!   make  suggestions.  12:50  –  1:30  AM   • Complete  play  script.    Saturday   (Should  be  done  by   1:15AM)   • Practice    1:30    –    7:30  AM     • Time  to  rest!!!   QUIET  TIME!  (Most  likely  in  (as  you  choose)   commons  area  or  black  box.)  7:30  AM  –  8:00  AM   • Freshen  up   Breakfast  and  drinks  available  in  Saturday   • Mingle  in  cafeteria   cafeteria   Breakfast cereal, donuts  8:00  –  12:30  PM   • Block  Play   • Schedule  group  times  to  Saturday   • Rehearse  Play   use  the  staging  areas   • Group  1  =  7  –  8  AM   Group  2  =  8:15  –  9:15   Group  3  =  9:30  –  10:30   Group  4  =  10:45-­‐11:45    stage  –  teacher    critique  
  2. 2. 12:30  PM  –  1:30  PM   • Lunch  time  and  mingle   Lunch Saturday: Most likely PIZZA. Unless someone has aSaturday   better idea.   1:30    –  3:00  PM   • Fix  play  and  rehearse  as     needed    3:00  –  3:40  PM   • Final  breaks/snacks    Saturday   • Movies/games  in   commons  3:40  –  4:15  PM   • Final  prep,  get  stuff     ready  to  perform,  get  in   costume/makeup,  etc.  4:30  PM     • Back  to  back    Saturday   performances  of  shows   for  audience  of  family   and  friends  Approx  6:00PM-­‐6:30PM   • Go  home!      What  to  Bring?  (complete  list  on  attached  page)   • Sleeping  Bag,  pillow,  over-­‐night  stuff  (toiletries,  clothes),  water  bottle!  The  likelihood  of  sleep  is  small,  but  it   pays  to  be  comfortable.  Dress  code:  Keep  it  reasonable  (no  short  shorts  or  spaghetti  straps,  please)  or  you’ll  end   up  wearing  sweat  pants  (or  a  mouse  costume)  from  the  costume  closets!   • You  can  have  one  back-­‐pack  with  props/costumes  you  think  you  might  want  to  use.  Yes,  you  can  bring   electronics,  but  you  are  responsible  for  anything  you  bring.     • $5  cost  to  participate  and  permission  slips  due  to  Ms.  Y  no  later  than  May  21.    This  covers  cost  of  lunch  on   Saturday,  and  makes  it  legal  for  you  to  be  here.     • Bring  a  GOOD  and  COOPERATIVE  ATTITUDE!!!   • There  will  be  at  least  2  chaperones  on  duty  at  all  times.     • This  is  a  LOCK-­‐IN.    You  are  required  to  stay  (unless  you  get  sick  and  have  to  leave)  and  to  stay  in  the  areas  you   are  allowed  in  (not  outside,  not  upstairs…  only  choir  room,  cafeteria,  commons,  black  box,  and  bathrooms).       • If  you  break  any  rules  (going  where  you’re  not  supposed  to,  having  a  bad  attitude  and  not  working  well  with   your  group,  doing  something  against  school  rules),  you  will  be  sent  home  immediately.      This  is  a  privilege;  do   not  ruin  things  by  doing  something  dumb.   • The  building  will  be  locked  until  performance  time  and  there  will  be  no  entering/leaving  for  participants  and   parents.  If  you  need  anything  during  the  event,  please  call/text  Ms.  Yanchak  at  412-­‐952-­‐0017.      MY  PHONE  WILL   BE  ON  THE  ENTIRE  TIME.       • The  performances  are  free  so  bring  friends  and  family  to  see  them!    EACH  STUDENT  IS  RESPONSIBLE  FOR  BRINGING  CERTAIN  FOOD  ITEMS.    PLEASE  SEE  ATTACHED  LIST!!!          
  3. 3.  FOOD  In  order  to  cover  food  for  this  event,  each  student  is  required  to  bring  each  of  the  following  items  to  share:     • (1)  large  bag  of  chips,  pretzels,  or  snack  items  (NO  PEANUTS,  PLEASE!)     • (1)  12-­‐  to  24-­‐pack  of  water  or  soda  or  juice  drink   • (1)  box  of  breakfast  cereal  or  1  box  of  Pop  Tarts  or  1  bag  of  fruit  (apples,  oranges,  bananas  are  best)   • (1)  roll  of  paper  towels  or  1  package  of  paper  plates/bowls  If  you’d  like  to  bring  more  than  this,  go  right  ahead.    Our  refrigeration  space  is  very  limited,  so  please  only  bring  non-­‐perishable  items.    (Talk  to  Ms.  Y  with  any  questions.)  Also,  keep  in  mind  that  any  food  items  you  bring  will  be  fair  game  for  sharing.    You  are  not  allowed  to  hoard  food.      (If  you  have  specific  dietary  restrictions/needs,  talk  to  Ms.  Y  and  we’ll  work  something  out.)    PERSONAL  ITEMS   • toiletries  (don’t  forget  glasses/contacts/solution!)   • phone  chargers   • props/costume  pieces  (must  fit  in  one  bookbag)   • sleeping  bag   • pillow,  extra  blanket   • pajamas/comfy  change  of  clothes  for  quiet  time   • change  of  clothes  for  performance  day  (Saturday)    ENTERTAINMENT   • board  games   • iPod/earbuds/phone    PLEASE  DO  NOT  BRING:   • expensive/valuable  items  beyond  the  norm   • anything  prohibited  by  Student  Code  of  Conduct   • game  consoles/computers   • video  games/movies          

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