This is partially lifted from "The Drowsy Chaperone" thread dealing with the same subject, but it's worse with this cast.
"Thanks to those that got here on time and to those that were late, but texted us in advance that you would be late.
It's just bad actor etiquette to just come in late without contacting me or Ashlyn. At 5:31, we slip into panic mode, and as the minutes tick on, that panic mode gets bigger and bigger. I've mentioned this before.
My phone number again is 425.328.9153 Text me! It only takes a few seconds to type "I'm going to be there, but I am running late. Sorry. Smiley Face."
Can we swear an oath or something that we'll do that?
Post by ashlynclaire01 on May 4, 2018 at 9:21am You guys should have my number by now but if you don’t
It is seriously unprofessional to show up past call time. It's really seriously unprofessional if you do it every single time. If you can't manage to get here on time, leave earlier next time.
If you are a 9th, 10th, or 11th grader doing this....pleaee know that I keep track of this stuff and use it in consideration of casting the next show.
If I could throw a virtual chair right now, I would. We have never had a show or rehearsal where the entire cast showed up on time. It's really disrespectful to your directors.
Please. Take into consideration that Friday's traffic is heavier. Aim to get here at 5 and when you show up at 5:30...you'll be on time.