My friend has started a dance company and their first performance is March 15 at 8pm at Green St Studios in Cambridge. I hope some of you will join me to see the performance. I'll schedule a dinner before the show.
I bought my ticket through Goldstar and you can use this link to buy yours. You don't have to use this link since there's no reserved seating. http://www.goldstar.com/groups/c7e522c126108604688266e8865df40a6d5034d8
You can buy your ticket through Goldstar for $13.50 with fees or full price $20 from the theater.
There are some video clips here: http://jasminedance.theaterworld2000.com
In order for this event to be successful, we will need to be organized and follow some rules.
1) RULE NUMBER 1 - Please show-up if you reserved "YES"
If you are a "MAYBE", please type “MAYBE” in the notes field or simply say " MAYBE " in the comments field for the event.
Reserving "YES" when you are a "MAYBE" is misleading and may be taking a space from someone who is on a waiting list. If you are “MAYBE” and you have reserved “YES”, you will be moved out of the “YES” list.
Organizers need to have an accurate attendance count to plan events. We need to know who and how many to expect.
*** If you are a "no-show", you may be removed from the group. ***
2) RULE NUMBER 2 - Be on time!
Please understand that it is not fair to ask those who have arrived early to wait for late comers. So please plan ahead and give yourself extra time to travel, park, and walk your way to the event. Consider possible traffic or waiting in line delays in planning your overall travel time.
If you are late, please understand that we cannot wait for you and guarantee that you will be able to join the group.
3) RULE NUMBER 3 - Please be financially prepared to pay for your meal including taxes and tip. (Taxes is 6.24% and group tip is typically 18%)
Just to explain the reasons for these rules, it is not fair for the restaurant to hold empty seats and lose business for latecomers and no-shows. Lateness and no-shows gives me a bad reputation. Such a bad reputation may affect our ability to make future reservations. As it is, Meetup groups already have a bad reputation at many establishments and some places will not even take Meetup reservations.
The only other expectation is people to have fun and be courteous to one another.