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This meant looking down several blocks both ahead and behind the parade route to gauge traffic and intersection conditions. I communicated with my band through different whistle patterns, the rise and fall of my mace, hand gestures, and of course, verbal instruction. From taking instructions from parade organizers, to watching traffic patterns, to setting the marching and music pace, to making sure order is kept in the marching lines, to communicating with the other drum majors and majorettes, well, I certainly had my hands full!
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I regularly rotated and scanned and the parade environment to make sure I was evenly keeping track of each of my responsibilities. How about you?
What are your experiences having lead a group of people, either stationary, or in motion? Join in the conversation and leave a comment below! Hi Rashelle. I never gave much thought previously to marching bands but you highlight the importance of being on the same sheet of music! At a rather young age I found myself leading a business with several hundred employees and lacking much practical experience at the time, fell back on the golden rules of treating others as you would like to be treated and asking no-one to do what you would not do yourself.
This improvisation worked quite harmoniously and we marched happily in the same direction. I love the sheet music reference…a wonderful analogy. Yes, I wholly agree treating others well is the way to go. Why cause strife and discord and when you can run things smoothly and with less struggle? The results can be really rewarding. What did I see? Hooray for teamwork and order! Generate discussion and collaborate on ideas… everything from student recruitment to ticket sales.
Focus on your needs and prioritize. Maintain and share YOUR secrets. Music Man, Fiddler on the Roof, etc. Many schools select a maximum of cast members, which can severely limit the size and scope of the production as well as the audience. In a few scenes, try to stage bigger groups up to Larger casts place greater demands on the staging director.
Be creative in your blocking. Use the middle and side aisles, and build multi-level sets. A second floor loft would be perfect for Oklahoma! Bring the dramatic action on stage closer to the audience by constructing runways, pit ramps or other stage extensions. This also allows for staging a larger cast. A simpler solution to open up the space and add levels might be to construct a dozen large crates or benches.
A low budget production could camouflage band risers. Adapt several of the song lyrics in the show for adding large choruses. Be daring! Actively recruit students to try-out for the musical. Secure help from other school staff. For example, ask the football coach to mention the auditions to his players.
Nothing will be more flashy as well as hysterical than a chorus line of football stars on the front thrust in Hello Dolly! Do not place limitations on student participation in the spring musical.
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Some school programs require the prerequisite of enrollment in choral or instrumental classes. Since the musical is geared for the entire student body some of whom do not sing or act on a regular basis , make the try-outs a positive experience for all! Adopt an active and expanded Student Staff. The goal of quality education is to encourage students towards self-realization.
For example, once the scene changes have been rehearsed, the Student Stage Manager should actually call the cues. Assign an adult sponsor for overall supervision of each area. Hold weekly student staff meetings, with student department reports, idea brainstorming, problem solving, and discussions on group morale. Get the students actively involved in the day-to-day operations of publicity, ticket sales, production schedules, etc.
At all practices, Rehearsal Assistants should be placed at every exit stage left, stage right, pit left, pit right, etc.
You have to look ahead…and behind.
Present a leadership or motivational workshop for the entire company or the student staff alone. Two to three hour sessions are available on time management, teamwork, communications, personal initiative and leadership. Announce a weekly S. Display the winners photograph and biographical information on a public bulletin board. This could turn out to be real incentive for future participation in the shows — a dance, late-night banquet, awards ceremony, swim party, bowling tournament, or a combination of all of these activities.
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Parents also appreciate a well chaperoned final celebration, instead of in some cases totally unsupervised house-to-house parties sponsored by individual students. Provide other perks for students.