'Tut Tut' Production Information
Important Information Regarding the Senior Production of ‘Tut Tut.’
We are delighted to be in Alert Level 1 and can perform our production for our families over the next three days.
I have information for you below as to how this will look:
For parents and caregivers:
- If you have children in the evening shows they need to be at school by 6 pm (the main cast have a 5:30pm deadline.)
- At the conclusion of the performance you will need to make your way to the block that your child’s dressing room will be in.
For members of the audience:
- When you arrive to the school site for the show please use your phone to take a picture of the QR code for the Covid app. We will have a number of these flyers around so you can easily do this before the show.
- We will also have trestle tables with hand sanitiser available for you to use.
- We will not need a ‘sign in’ sheet completed as we have a list of all ticket holders for each show.
- There is no door sales available. We are being careful with numbers as whilst we are in Level 1, we are also being conscious of Health and Safety considerations in this pandemic time. Evening shows are completely full. There may be some matinee tickets available, please contact the school office well prior to the show.
- If you wish to wear a mask, you are very welcome to. It is not a requirement however for some people it is a sensible precaution.
- The correct ticket will be needed for each performance. This will be collected by members of the school Senior Leadership at the entry door.
- We will not be able to admit anyone without the correct ticket.
- The venue will be opened 30 minutes before the show starts. Prior to 30 minutes before the main cast will be doing sound checks.
- Please ensure you arrive at school well prior to the start of the show to ensure you can complete the above protocols and be settled and relaxed in your seat ready to be dazzled by our fantastic students.
With all your assistance with the protocols we will have a wonderful week of celebration of the performing arts at Te Totara. We are so lucky to be able to do this during this time. I am so very proud of the children and the staff with all the hard work able to come to fruition. I look forward to seeing you all over the next few days.
Anne Fraser – Principal, Te Totara Primary School.
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