Re: [playreading-37] question about how this works

From: user 2.
Sent on: Monday, April 14, 2008 4:40 PM
Hi Drew,

Great to have you join. And to everyone, who may have the same  
questions:

The start time on Wednesday night is 6:45 PM for drinks and  
hobnobbing. We'll be far in the back. Martin Macks does in fact serve  
food for those who would like dinner as well. :)

The play reading itself starts promptly at 7:15 PM. We'll cast parts  
to anyone who is there at 7:15 PM. We don't typically pre-assign roles  
(although we have done this once or twice). If we have more people  
than parts, we often split a role so that everyone has more or less an  
equal chance to read.

Looking forward to seeing you all on Wednesday!

Mark





On Apr 14, 2008, at 3:27 PM, Drew wrote:

> Hey gang,
>
> So I may be able to come to the reading -- I actually already own a  
> copy of the play, though I've never read it.
>
> One question I haven't seen answered yet is what actually happens  
> when we show up?  Has the reading already been "cast" or do we do it  
> that night?  How does that process work?
>
> The other question is whether the bar serves food of any kind, and  
> if so, whether it would be a terrible idea to eat it during the  
> reading.  :)   Maybe that's a dumb question, but it's mine, so I  
> have to love it.
>
> Thanks!
> Drew
>
>
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