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  1. "The same way we approach the other songs," Doreen replies. "Six of our fellow Mouseketeers who are not involved in this play attend school here. They might be able to take parts in the play."
  2. "Good point," Doreen says. "Lotus will probably also notify the police and Sheriff's department."
  3. "Monica's on Stage Crew," Doreen says. "I think she and Annette, who is also a Stage Crew member, are helping Sharon and Judy."
  4. "The play's been mentioned in the newspaper," Doreen says. "I'm sure the bad guys have probably been keeping an eye on their targets. Don't forget, they probably know who attends the semi-annual play for charity."
  5. "I don't know," Doreen replies. "However, if there are wealthy patrons at the play, their houses might be targeted by burglars."
  6. Jo Anne and Andrea stop by the guard's desk and Jo Anne says, "Some of the Stage Crew members are staying late to make repairs to the stage lighting." At that moment, Annette and Monica, both in black, arrive at the desk from their swim team practice. "We should join them," Annette says. "Agreed," Monica says. "Fine," the guard says. Jo Anne and Andrea leave the building.
  7. "Yes," Doreen replies, waving to Judy. "Don't stay too long." "We'll try not to," Sharon replies as she returns. "Hopefully, it's just a loose connection."
  8. "Circuit breakers for second electric are now off," Judy says. "There are three pair of electrician's work gloves rated for 1,000-volts in the electronics tool case. The line voltage to the lights is 120-volts. Sharon's also bringing safety goggles."
  9. "Right," Doreen says. "Work lights coming on and stage lights coming off," Judy calls out before flipping switches and adjusting dimmers. "Judy, while I get the electronics tools and safety goggles will you pull the breakers for the second electric?" Sharon asks. "Sure," Judy replies.
  10. "Sure," Doreen says. "Judy and I are staying over to repair the second electric," Sharon says. "I'll notify school security that you're going to be here for a while," Jo Anne says. "Thank you," Judy says. "You're welcome," Jo Anne says.
  11. "Dress rehearsal's in two days," came Sharon's voice from the lighting board. "Play's day after that." She sighs, then adds, "Meanwhile, I have to fix a fault with the second electric and the needed drapes and set pieces are going to be picked up tomorrow by Jim Reese, the Stage Crew's student head." "Everyone, clear the stage," Jo Anne says. "Lights are being lowered from the fly loft." Once everyone is clear, she says, "All yours, ladies." "HEADS UP!" Judy calls out. "LINESET 6, SECOND ELECTRIC, BEING FLOWN IN!" She lowers the bank of lights to three feet off the stage floor, then locks it in place. "All yours, Sharon."
  12. "I know." Doreen unzips the cocoon. "Need a hand with the dress?"
  13. (Drama Club members have at least some familiarity with stage makeup due to Mehron Mini-Pro® Student Makeup Kits club members purchased. Jo Anne suggested that additional supplies could be purchased from either the local drug store makeup aisle or a local makeup supply house.)
  14. Jo Anne came over to where they were. "While the Disney folks aren't here to cover the play, we do have a visitor," she said, pointing to where Andrea Joy, R.N., the redheaded school nurse, stood by one of the doors. As usual, she wore wine-colored scrubs.
  15. "I'm fine, my love,"Doreen replies. "The Disney folks might send a photographer to document the play, but they also might send one to document Annette either competing in a swim meet, or swimming, with Monica, as a mermaid. They may even want to photograph Judy and Sharon working on stage crew."
  16. "True, but it gives the illusion that it restrains you, which is all that's required," Doreen says.
  17. "It restricts the arms a lot more than the legs," Doreen replies.
  18. "That was the style of dress then," Doreen replies. "The cocoon may be to hinder your arms more than your legs. I don't know."
  19. "Thanks," Doreen says. "I think wardrobe wanted people to know that the characters were being played by people of the opposite sex." (Although Doreen speaks with a Japanese accent, I'm not writing her part with one.)
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