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Some Guidelines for the Loeb Rehearsal Rooms
This list is by no means complete and does not take into account every situation. Check with me to clarify any of the following or to discuss issues not covered here.
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Rehearsal Room Scheduling
- Everything about scheduling rehearsal spaces can be found in the Ex handbook. There is also a page of guidelines for signing up for spaces and online forms Any other questions should be directed to Chris Viklund at the Loeb, 495-2668.
- There are always a couple of "rehearsal room incidents" during the year. Sometimes the wrong information can get put on a schedule. If you have a conflict with someone over a space, stay calm and see if there is an HRDC board member or ART staff member around that can help resolve the issue and talk with Chris Viklund as soon as possible to fix the problem.
- Keep in mind that sound travels from your rehearsal room to other rehearsals and even performances on the mainstage. Keep the doors closed, quiet in the hallways and follow posted guidelines for when you can move furniture around in C and D.
- If you put up any notices on doors for your rehearsals be sure to remove them when you are done.
Pianos for musical rehearsals
- If you need a piano for musical rehearsal, be sure to make that clear when scheduling space. There is usually a piano on the second floor in either room C or D, a piano on the main level in one of the lobbies, and one in the dance studio. Sometimes these pianos get moved into the theaters for productions.
Furniture and Props in Rehearsal
- Shows in rehearsal usually do not store special furniture or props in the rehearsal rooms. If you have special needs for particular furniture that can't be substituted like a bed or a sofa in rehearsal rooms discuss the storage of these items with Chris Viklund. Small rehearsal hand props and costume pieces may be kept in the HRDC office, check with your board liaison. Stack up chairs and leave the rooms as clean or cleaner than you found them.
Taping the Floor in Rehearsal Spaces
- Again, you can find this information in the Ex handbook. If you need spike tape, contact Michael Griggs.
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