Oct 31, 2013 · 7:30 PM
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At this meet up we will be reading "The Comedy of Errors" in preparation for Bell Shakespeare. This play is shorter than the other plays and can be read in one sitting, though it will almost certainly go over time. I've added an extra 15 minuites to the reading's duration but in order to reduce the amount of overtime, please make sure you arrive at Pat's house promptly so we can start reading no later than 7:35pm.
Laura will be bringing supper. Pat is hosting this reading, not Debbie.
In order to attend this reading it is essential that you:
1. Contact Laura informing her of your email address. In the interest of privacy, the details of each hosts' address is only given out via direct contact with Laura. Please do this when you RSVP as not to cause a delay when character lists are sent out.
2.Select characters from the selection emailed to the group on the Monday or Tuesday of a reading week. Not only does this allow everyone enough time to prepare themselves but it also confirms that you are attending the reading. If you do not mind which characters you are, respond saying so rather than expressing no opinion.
3. Make sure your RSVP is correct and if it does need to be changed, is done as soon as possible. Ideally, RSVPs should not be change after 6pm on the Monday of a reading week. We understand that things change at a moment's notice but please advise us as soon as possible if you must change your RSVP status. Each reading is limited to 8 people, after which a waiting list is formed. Cancelling your RSVP late doesn't give those on the waiting list a lot of time to prepare themselves and the group organisers have to rework the entire character list, a task that is time consuming and affects all other attendees. If you change your RSVP between 12pm Monday on a reading week and the start time of a reading, you must contact Laura directly to inform her. You can do this by phone, email or through a message via Meet Up. Changing your RSVP on the site alone is not enough.
4. All members MUST bring their own copy of the play being read. Shakespeare's works are readily available online (we recommend *http://opensourceshakespeare.com/.) As some print editions have small print, it is advised that you choose or amend a text that allows you to read most comfortably.
By submitting a 'yes' RSVP you declare that you agree to these terms and will abide to them.