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Mark Rand

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  1. The rest of the night passes without incident. The next morning, there's a request to stop by the base for a short meeting with Lotus. As you pass Margo's desk, you spot a white shorthaired cat relaxing on it while Margo works at her computer.
  2. "Photographers from The Foreward, our school newspaper, and The Allderdice,the school yearbook, will probably be there, too," Sharon says from she's helping to clear the stage. "The yearbook photographers also have to get group photos of the Drama Club, Stage Crew, the bands, orchestra, and choirs." "Which means that we'll probably have to set the stage for them," Stage Crew student president Jim Reese comments as he joins them. "Follow spot's stowed." "Thanks, Jim," Sharon responds.
  3. "I'm sure they'll get the stage crew and Tommy, who's in the orchestra, too," Doreen says.
  4. Miss Alicia Addams, who runs the Drama Club and is the play's director, steps forward. "I have a few announcements," she says. "First, I'd like everyone here 45-minutes before the play starts. Since we have a few Mouseketeers, the Disney folks will be taking photos of them, and, possibly, Rebecca for their monthly Mickey Mouse Club Magazine. "Second, Jodie, our girls swim team captain has challenged lifeguard Nancy Adams to a two-lap race in the pool at the start of next week's swim meet. Nancy has agreed and has added that she will swim the entire race underwater, mermaid-sty
  5. Miss Collingsworth walks over to Bryan and says, "I think everything will be fine." While this is going on, the stage crew is hard at work, stowing things and some of the string players are having a conference. Andrea walks over to find out what's going on and learns that they're discussing playing techniques. While not a musician, she knows that, as concertmaster, Michelle calls the shots for most of the stringed instruments.
  6. "I still say she looks like Catwoman," Katherine says. "Don't you agree, Cordelia, Harmony?" "Yeah," Cordelia replies. "No," Harmony replies. "I think she looks great. I wish I did." She turned to Sharon who having turned the work and house lights on was dimming the stage and spot lights. "Am I clear to fly out the final scene drape?" "Yes," Sharon replied. "Why ask Pocahontas?” Cordelia asks. "Sharon's the stage manager, and a good teacher" Harmony responds. "I've learned a lot from her." "Fine," Cordelia says. "Yo
  7. (Not really.) The principal reminds Cordelia Chase and Katherine Wexford that they have to be dressed like the other stagehands during the play. Katherine puts her foot in her mouth by referring to Donna as Catwoman, earning her a few glares and the principal asking her if she wants to add another play to her detention.
  8. Miss Betsy Clark enters with Ms. Victoria Swanby, the principal, and two of the Cordettes, Cordelia Chase, who leads the clique, and Katherine Wexford. “So, where’s Pocahontas?” Cordelia asks. “That’s enough of that,” Principal Swanby says. “Cordelia, you're already in stage crew detention. Want me to add the next play to it?” “I get stage crew detention so often that Miss Clarke keeps a set of stage keys designated as mine,” Harmony laughs from the line sets. “Ready to fly in scene one drape.” “Batten 13,” David Gray says from the l
  9. The musicians begin to file in and stage crew members get to work. As the stage lights come up, Eric comments, "More burned out bulbs." Harmony Kendall, who is serving detention as a stage crew member, asks, "So, what else is new?" "You're right, Harmony," Eric says. "Linda and I'll get the spare bulbs while you lower the electrics." "Will do," Harmony responds as the string section gathers for a quick discussion with Concertmaster Michelle Karpman and principal oboist Lauren Kay tries different reeds in her oboe in order to find the best one.
  10. "You're right," Nancy says. "However, some bullies are worse than others."
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