Some of you probably know that members of the cast of the musical had to stay until six thirty last night to run a dress rehearsal. We were told it was to be treated like a legitimate show, and former Fenn student Chad Arle was filming it so Mrs. Culp could make a trailer to show in ASM. While the first half of the show went alright it started to fall apart afterwards. It was the first time we had run the entire show with costume changes and makeup, so most of our mistakes were based on that. While I myself didn't have to make very many quick costume changes, I know some people did. Also, some of the costumes we were trying on for the first time and in a few cases they didn't fit whatsoever. There were times when a person who had to speak was not even on stage, so others had to ad-lib. In short, I am very happy that there was not an audience in the hall yesterday. We have a relatively short rehearsal today which was originally intended to be for fixing the 'troubled parts' but I know we can't run the entire show again in costume tomorrow. One possibility was after the assembly today we would use the rest of the day to rehearse. I hope this is the case not only because I would miss class (actually, that's kind of a downside in some respects) but because it really gives us the best chance of being able to produce a good show tomorrow, Friday and Saturday. I hope all of you are going to attend one of the shows, even if it turns out all wrong. The way I see it, messing up is funny for the audience especially in our play which is about a play.