Bates and Lang students are not studying The Aeneid until Unit 3. As explained clearly on the 11/19 announcements, the calendar is open this week (teacher's choice every day) and the Unit 2 test is on Friday. Welker students, please consult with your teacher about any homework that might be due this week.
TEST REVIEW AFTER SCHOOL (FOR ALL STUDENTS)
Don't forget that Test 2 has been moved to this Friday, 11/30. Ms. Welker will be running a review for Test 2 on Wednesday from 3:30 to 4:30 in her classroom (1223). All students are welcome. The calendar for Unit 3 will be posted soon, once all changes have been finalized.
PLANS FOR THIS WEEK
Plans will be different for each teacher this week, but all classes will have small group every day. Bring your books and resources, as your teacher requires.
BATES PLANS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Finish Acts XXII and XXIV in the Iliad
Wednesday: Discuss costume plan requirements
Thursday: Essay exam writing practice
A LITTLE THOUGHT ABOUT THANKSGIVING FROM RECENT HUMANITIES GRADUATE, WILLA CHEN
Willa is now a student at Princeton and has been publishing "Willa's World" for the last couple of years. This comic is a thought-provoking one as we all count our blessings this holiday weekend. Thanks, Willa!
CALENDAR AND TUESDAY'S HOMEWORK
The calendar might be a little confusing for you now because we've changed the test date. Here are the details:
Small Group Teacher's choice. Bring your Norton! The assignment titled "5 Theses" is only due if your teacher specifically gave you instructions to do it.
For example, Bates students, you have already completed this activity in small group with a sub, so you do not need to do it. Lang and Welker students, if your teacher didn't give you specific instructions for a thesis assignment, it is not due tomorrow.
Thanksgiving Break, 11/21-11/25
Don't forget you have two more outside activity logs due on 12/18. You also have your costume plan and annotated works cited due on 12/4. If you have some time, you might want to get started on one or both. Most importantly, the study guide for this year's test has already been posted, and we have given you the essay exam prompt. Try doing some practice paragraphs! Most importantly, take some time to rest, count your blessings, and enjoy your family time (and alone time)!
Monday through Thursday, 11/26-11/29
The current calendar should be ignored. It is "teacher's choice" on these days. Bring all your notes and your Norton every day as you finish this units material and prepare for Friday's exam. [The Aeneid study guides won't be due until we start Unit 3. A new calendar is coming.]
BATES STUDENTS ONLY
The grade book is now updated except for the note cards, Good/True/Beautiful philosophy paper, and logs. Take a look and make sure you got credit for all those study guides! Also, don't forget to pick up all your study guides in small group on Tuesday so you have them to study over the break. There is a big pile of things to return to you.
LORD OF THE FLIES BOOKS
Please, please, please bring your Lord of the Flies book to large group with you tomorrow (Friday). We will put them in a box and deliver them to the book room for you! Thank you!
NEW DATE FOR TEST
There's a new date for Unit Test 2. It will be on Friday, 11/30. The Aeneid study guides won't be due until the following week. We will just have more small groups that week to catch up on everything.
NEW TEST STUDY GUIDE: UPDATED FOR 2012
The new test study guide is now updated for 2012. The essay prompt is included. It is the last document under Unit 2 Handouts. Enjoy! [wink, wink]
HOW TO FIND THE GREEK ART AND ARCHITECTURE POWERPOINT
The Greek art and architecture Powerpoint is on Moodle/ePark on the class page for Humanities. There is no class key to enter the Humanities page. You just need to know your login for the Moodle site itself. See the RESOURCES ON MOODLE / E-PARK
tab to the left for how to login to Moodle.
The one problem with TeacherWeb is that it has a limited storage capacity. That's why we use Moodle as a dumping ground for any files too big to fit on TeacherWeb. There are a lot of old files there, but to find today's Powerpoint, do the following:
a) When you get the Humanities page, scroll down to Unit 2: Ancient Greece.
b) Download the first two documents. They are titled as follows:
Ancient Greek Architecture and Sculpture PART 1 (required) Powerpoint presentation
Ancient Greek Architecture and Sculpture PART 2 (required) Powerpoint presentation
The Powerpoint is a huge file, so we had to divide it into two parts. If you are having trouble opening these two files, consider the following:
a) Because these are massive files, it may appear a file is not downloading when in fact it is just downloading very slowly. Check the progress monitor on your computer to see if it's busy downloading the file.
b) You may not have a compatible Powerpoint program on your computer. The files download properly on some people's computers, so they should download correctly on yours unless you have this problem. If the Powerpoint file can't be opened on your computer, let a teacher know, and we will try to load a PDF version of the Powerpoint.
INDIAN DANCE LOG THIS SATURDAY AT U OF M
A former Humanities student sent this information about an Indian Classical Dance performance at the University of Michigan's North Campus this Saturday (11/17) at 7pm.. It's college level performers, and it looks like a fantastic experience. Students who have gone to these events at U of M in the past have said the talent is incredible. This log counts a 6 for quality points (higher than local amateur theater and lower than professional). You can always make up those 4 points with an extra credit dress-up day. Go have some fun at this event!
NEW VERSION OF ADOPT-A-MURAL SPREADSHEET
An up-to-date version of the Adopt-a-Mural Spreadsheet has just been posted under Log Instructions and Handouts. Don't forget to follow the specific instructions for sending an e-mail to Ms. Welker (even if you've already received an e-mail from the student managers of the program).
LORD OF THE FLIES BOOKS
Please return your Lord of the Flies book to the book room ASAP. Another class needs to use them by the end of this week, and there aren't any books available. Thank you!
LARGE GROUP ON MONDAY
Don't forget we have a large group about the character project on Monday. We will see you in the upper auditorium.
BATES STUDENTS ONLY
From Mrs. Bates: I forgot to tell the sub to collect your Book IX study guides on Friday, so, although many of you turned it in, I will still accept it on Monday for full credit (along with your Book XXII study guides). See you then!
EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE
Last year's copy of the exam study guide is now posted under Unit 2 Handouts. This year's test will be very similar to last year's, so if you want to start studying early, this should help you. An updated version of the study guide will be posted once the test is written.
MARCHING BAND CONGRATS
Congratulations to the PCMB marching band: first in the state, first time in Nationals finals since 2008, and 12th in the nation!
GRADES ON ZANGLE
The Zangle program has not been allowing students to see their assignments from the first marking period. The problem was just fixed in the last 24 hours, but now each of your teachers much go into Zangle and change a setting. Ms. Bates has made this change and other teachers will do so soon. If you still can't see your assignments in Zangle, let your teacher know!
A new copy of the Adopt-a-Mural spreadsheet shows all the students who are currently assigned a mural. If you have not yet made arrangements to do an hour of service to the Humanities community, please be sure to sign up by Monday, 11/12/12. Your teachers will not have time to scrounge up other service opportunities for you, so please be proactive about this! You can't afford not to get the points for this log! Even if your name is on the spreadsheet, if you have not e-mailed Ms. Welker with your mural assignment, you must do so immediately. Please follow the instructions precisely (see below or the Adopt-a-Mural instruction handout).
HOW TO REQUEST OR CONFIRM YOUR REQUEST TO ADOPT A MURAL
Put Adopt a Mural, the painting title, artist and the school where it is located in the email subject line. In the email, include the following information in this order:
nearest room #
school where painting is located
your small group teacher and hour
Here is an example:
From: Gina Viado
Sent: Friday, September 17, 2010 9:01 PM
To: Welker, Sue
Subject: Adopt a Mural/Cafe Terrace at Night/Plymouth
Hello Ms. Welker!
Cafe Terrace at Night
Ms. Lang 6th Hour
ART LOG OPPORTUNITY: THE BROAD MUSEUM AT MSU
This weekend is the opening of the exciting new Broad Art Museum at MSU! From their web site: The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University is committed to exploring international contemporary culture and ideas through art. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid, the museum features a striking faÃƒÆ’Ã†'Ãƒâ€ 'ÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬ 'ÃƒÆ’Ã†'ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢'Â¬ 'ÃƒÆ’Ã†'Ãƒâ€ ''ÃƒÆ’Ã†''ÃƒÆ’'Ãƒ'Ã‚Â§ade of pleated stainless steel and glass, signaling the museum and the university's dynamic vision. More than 70 percent of the 46,000-square-foot facility is dedicated to exhibition space. The museum is named for Eli and Edythe Broad, longtime supporters of Michigan State University, who provided the lead gift for the museum.
Although you can visit any time, this weekend's activities and special events/lectures can be found here:
Here's a message from former Humanities student, Irene Li, now a student at MSU:
"I just wanted to let you (and the PCEP Humanities community!) know about the new contemporary art museum here at MSU. The Broad is opening this weekend (to much fanfare and anticipation!!!) and I thought that it would be a wonderful log opportunity for anyone willing to make the drive!
Here's the website to the Broad: http://broadmuseum.msu.edu/
Since I'm in the student group for the Broad, I was able to take a tour of the museum a couple weeks ago and I can definitely attest to the vision in its construction and architecture as well as the quality of the upcoming exhibits. There's a giant boat made out of salt! There are also triptychs, works by Dali and Manet, and for those who like multimedia exhibitsthere's an entire gallery of videos from different cultural perspectives.
Needless to say, it's packed full of possible ideas - the architecture of the building itself could probably merit a nice discussion - and I really wanted to share it since I am happily anticipating its opening this weekend :)
I send my best regards and wishes to everyone at PCEP! I miss Humanities quite a bit."
HURRICANE SANDY AND AN INSPIRATIONAL 19-YEAR-OLD
From Mrs. Bates: This story doesn't surprise me at all, since I witness the maturity and big-heartedness of 17 and 18-year-olds every day. But, I thought I would share the story of one young woman, Zoe Everett. Both of her parents were killed in Hurricane Sandy, leaving Zoe behind with three younger siblings. If you're having a rough day, maybe you can take some strength from her story:
BATES STUDENTS ONLY: BRING TO CLASS TOMORROW
Bates students, please bring the following items to class tomorrow:
a) Colored markers, pencils, and crayons
b) Print-out of the Plato's Republic reading (found under Unit 2 Handouts)
c) Unit IX Study Guide (found under Unit 2 Handouts)
A new spreadsheet has been posted on the web site with the mural assignments for the Adopt-a-Mural program for the one hour of Humanities service. It can be found under the tab titled LOG INSTRUCTIONS AND HANDOUTS
Please check to see where your name is located. It may be that the mural you requested was not available, so a different mural was assigned. All new students on the list should have received a confirmation e-mail today. Chris Bir, Kyle Winters, and James Bushaw, your e-mails were not working. Please send an e-mail immediately (copied to both Ms. Bates and Ms. Welker) so we can reach you in the future and confirm your mural location. All students who are new to the list must send an e-mail to Ms. Welker by this weekend confirming that you accept the assignment shown on the web site.
This will also make it possible for Ms. Welker to press "Reply" in the future to send you information about your mural.
Lastly, please re-read the instructions for how to take care of your mural so you complete and document the task correctly. Thank you!
CHICAGO TRIP: ONLY THREE SPOTS LEFT!
If you want to reserve a spot on the Chicago trip, do it quickly. There are only three spots left! See 10/30 announcements for the details or see your teacher for a copy of the fliers (be sure to get both).
LECTURE LOG (FULL QUALITY POINTS; NOT A MUSIC LOG)
Rhapsody: Music at the Library
*** Sunday, November 11, at 3:00 p.m. ***
Enjoy musical excerpts from Gian Carlo Menotti's "Amahl and the Night Visitors", as well as a behind-the-scenes peek into the world of opera - the music, drama, artists and production - presented by MAIN STREET OPERA THEATRE cast members. This Christmas opera (commissioned in 1950, first performed in 1951, English libretto) tells the story of a poor boy and his mother and the miracle they experience through the boy's selfless act. Rhapsody is sponsored by Friends of the Plymouth District Library. Sign-up is requested at 734.453.0750, ext.4, or online at http://plymouthlibrary.org/index.php/component/content/article/251
CHICAGO TRIP (GET ALL YOUR LOGS DONE FOR THE YEAR!)
The Modern Literature and the Arts teachers have quite a few spaces left on this year's wonderful Chicago weekend trip. Ask students who went on the trip last year; they had an amazing time! This would be a great way to get all your logs done for the year. Invite some fellow Humanities students and enjoy a great senior trip! The teachers are Mr. Read, Ms. Koppin, and Ms. Davies. Here are the details:
DEPARTURE: Thu. November 15
Be at Salem no later than 3:50 PM. We will meet in the lower commons.
We will depart, by charter bus, from the front of Salem at 4:00pm, and arrive in Chicago at about 8:00pm (Chicago time)
Hotel: Four Points Sheraton-at Rush St and Ontario
ITINERARY (lots of free time on your own)
Thursday night: Bus to Chicago; Chicago Deep Dish Pizza!
Friday: West Loop gallery district
Friday night: theater, poetry readings, films
Saturday: Contemporary Museum of Art; River North Galleries
Saturday night: theater, readings, films
Sunday: Art Inst. of Chicago; galleries and events in the Loop area; bus to PCEP
RETURN: Sun. November 18
We will depart from the hotel at 4:00-5:00 PM ÃƒÆ’Ã†'Ãƒâ€ 'ÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬ 'ÃƒÆ’Ã†''ÃƒÆ’'Ãƒ'Ã‚Â¢ÃƒÆ’Ã†'Ãƒâ€ 'ÃƒÆ’'Ãƒ'Ã‚Â¢'ÃƒÆ’Ã†''ÃƒÆ’'Ãƒ'Ã‚Â¬ÃƒÆ’Ã†'Ãƒâ€ ''ÃƒÆ’Ã†''ÃƒÆ’'Ãƒ'Ã‚Â¨and arrive at Salem High School at approximately 10:00 PM (depending on traffic)
PAYMENT: needs to be made ASAP. It will be $285.00, and covers transportation, hotel, tips, taxes, and the cost for substitute teachers. Places will be held upon receipt of money. When all places are filled interested students will go onto a waiting list. To reserve your spot, submit a $285 check payable to Brian Read (Salem Room 2205). ***NO REFUNDS - Once you're in, you're in...IF YOU CANCEL YOU MUST FIND SOMEONE TO TAKE YOUR PLACE. (We are unable to get refunds and are locked in once payment is made.) In addition to these expenses, students will require approximately $100 for food for the 3 days, approx. $50 for admissions to museums/films (all students should bring Student ID) and $30 for taxi/bus transport. Any books, posters or tickets for high priced theater shows would be additional.
If you have questions you can contact Mr. Read through email at: email@example.com
NEW YORK CITY BALLET
The New York City Ballet is coming this weekend to the Detroit Opera House on Saturday, October 27th 7:30PM and Sunday, October 28th 2:30PM. They are presenting dynamic modern works from the company, accompanied with the New York City Ballet Orchestra. Once in a lifetime opportunity
"In its first performances at the Detroit Opera House, New York City Ballet MOVES presents dynamic works from the company's vast repertory. Performed by a selection of NYCB dancers, including principals, soloists and members of the corps de ballet, each program features live music played by musicians from the NYCB orchestra. One of the foremost dance companies in the world, NYCB is solely responsible for training its own artists and creating its own works, and was the first ballet institution in the world with two permanent homes."
Tickets are $25 and above. There are tons of seats left. You can purchase your ticket online at the Detroit Opera House web site or at the door.
ADOPT-A-HALLWAY SHOWCASE: NASHEEN, EMAN, KAILEY, HEATHER, ARIANNA, FIANA, ELIZA, and PETER
If your name is listed under Team A for hallway showcase maintenance, please see the following urgent reminders. If you still need to get keys, Ms. Bates will be available after school between 2:10 and 2:30 on Tuesday, between 2:10 and 2:20 on Wednesday (but will have to leave to go to Plymouth for a meeting at 2:20), and between 2:10 and 3:00 on Friday. Ms. Bates will be absent for professional development on Thursday.
Please plan to get your keys ASAP!
Nasheen Nizamuddin and Eman Saeed: Please note that the plans for the Jacques-Louis David boxes have changed
. You are now being asked to completely empty out and clean the two boxes by the end of this week (10/26). In some ways, this is an easier task. See the instruction handout for details.
Kailey Morren and Heather Micallef: Please tidy and clean the Inquisition showcase by the end of this week (10/26).
Arianna Kurili and
Fiana Arbab: Please empty out and clean the Dante's Inferno showcase in the upper commons by the end of this week (10/26).
Eliza Burnstein and Peter Galea: Please return keys to Ms. Bates by Friday, 10/26, so they can be passed on to Ms. Chobanian. Thank you!
ADOPT-A-HALLWAY SHOWCASE "TEAM B" GROUPS
Many of the plans for the hallway showcases have changed because other teachers have expressed interest in using them. Stay tuned for specific instructions.
MAKE-UP TEST IS TUESDAY AFTER SCHOOL
If you miss the Unit 1 Test for Humanities due to an excused absence, the make-up test will be tomorrow, Tuesday, October 23rd, right after school in Ms. Lang's room (2304 -- in the small hallway in the middle of the second floor of Salem). The multiple choice section will be replaced by similar questions that you will need to answer with short answers by filling in blanks, so make sure you study the names of works, characters, and locations so you can recall them easily. The essay portion of the exam will use the same prompt as the one shown on your study guide (no change).
BATES STUDENTS ONLY: OEDIPUS PLAY PREPARATIONS FOR TUESDAY, 10/23
Bates students only: Please remember the following for Tuesday's Oedipus play:
1) All students are excused from their 5th and 6th hours so they can be present for the entire 2-hour play. This is an in-school field trip. Come early for 5th hour, if possible. At the very least, be on time and fully dressed, with your script in your hand, ready to perform. There will not be any time for putting on costumes, organizing props, etc., so get dressed before school or during lunch.
2) If you have props or other items to store, do not put them in Ms. Bates's classroom. Instead, store them in the kitchen area down the little hall from her room.
3) If you want extra credit for dressing up all day, print the last page of the instruction packet and get your 1st through 4th hour teachers to sign it.
4) You will be graded on:
a) getting a cast/jobs list to Ms. Bates via e-mail
b) footwear and robes (follows school dress code; coordinated throughout your group)
c) clarity and volume of voices
d) being well-prepared, e.g., pronouncing names and words correctly (look them up!)
e) speaking your lines confidently and with feeling
f) being engaged in the performance even when you are not speaking (not breaking character or giggling)
g) getting on and off stage in the allotted time
h) being a good audience member when other groups are performing
i) following all the rules and requirements in the instruction packet [If nobody in your group has read the instruction packet, now would be a good time!]
j) going BIG and making us feel the feelings of the characters (a requirement for an A+)
NEW UNIT 2 CALENDAR
The updated calendar for Unit 2 is now available! Notice that the due dates for the ten note cards and the study guide for the first book of the Iliad have changed. We recommend you only print the calendar for unit two, since there will probably be some small changes to the unit three calendar in the future.
TEN NOTE CARDS
Your first ten note cards for the character project are now due on Friday, 10/26. You should have at least one source card with full citation information for one source. You should also have at least nine information cards with one significant "chunk" of information, briefly stated, as well as the topic, sub-topic, source code, and page number on the front. On the back of each card, you should include your name, teacher, and hour. For detailed instructions for how to make note cards and choose good expert sources for your project, please read the following three documents under RESEARCH RESOURCES FOR BOTH SEMESTERS:
If you have any questions, please e-mail your small group teacher.
BATES ONLY: UPDATED CHARACTER PROJECT LIST
Bates students only: Please see the updated character project list of characters under SEMESTER 1 INDIVIDUAL CHARACTER RESEARCH PROJECTS
. The document is titled BATES ONLY: CHARACTER LIST FOR B5 & B6, FALL 2012 (updated 10-18-12)
. We still have unresolved issues for Kelsey, Gabby, Mandy, and Lara. See Ms. Bates for suggestions. Please communicate with Ms. Bates via e-mail to confirm your character decisions!
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR WELKER STUDENTS ONLY
Welker Students ONLY (5th and 6th): Friday, Oct. 19, we will be meeting in Ms. Pence's room, 3116. The bats are coming to our room.
OEDIPUS PLAY DIRECTORS
Directors, if you have any announcements you'd like to have posted for your group's Oedipus play preparations, just send them to Ms. Bates at firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be posted here for all to see.
BATES STUDENTS ONLY: LOCATION FOR FRIDAY'S CLASS
Reminder: Bates students will have Oedipus play rehearsals Friday in the upper auditorium. Please read the Oedipus play instructions under Unit 2 Handouts and print your part of the six-section script:
* OEDIPUS PLAY SCRIPT WITH 6 SECTIONS
AMAZING ART LOG OPPORTUNITY: MANET
The Toledo Museum of Art has a fantastic Manet exhibit that just opened this weekend. It focuses on portraits and an especially interesting aspect is that for many of the paintings they also display photographs of the people depicted in the paintings. Ms. Sutherland is a member and went last weekend during a preview. She highly recommends it!
Also, here is a link to all the fun things that happen on Friday nights at the Toledo Art Museum. The gallery talks and films would count as logs: http://www.toledomuseum.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/October-2012-bimonthly.pdf
If you miss the Unit 1 Test for Humanities due to an excused absence, the make-up test will be next Tuesday, October 23rd, right after school in Ms. Lang's room. The multiple choice section will be replaced by similar questions that you will need to answer with short answers by filling in blanks, so make sure you study the names of works, characters, and locations so you can recall them easily. The essay portion of the exam will use the same prompt as the one shown on your study guide (no change).
ADOPT-A-HALLWAY SHOWCASE INSTRUCTIONS
This announcement is from Ms. Bates for the following students:
Please see an updated hallway showcase instruction packet under LOG INSTRUCTIONS AND HANDOUTS
on the web site. The document is titled ADOPT-A-SHOWCASE INSTRUCTIONS
and is now updated with the following changes:
a) There are now detailed instructions for your jobs, as well as how to document that you did the work in your log.
b) Nasheen and Eman are now together as Crew A for the Jacques-Lous David showcase and Ireana and Gretchen are together as Crew B on the same showcase. I'm sorry about the error.
c) The Holocaust showcase is being asked to immediately remove the contents of the showcase. Team A (Peter and Eliza), please see Ms. Bates ASAP to get the keys and get the contents of the showcase out by the end of the day Friday (or Monday at the latest). I can explain why the showcase is being emptied when you see her.
BATES 5TH HOUR SECTION 1 (GROUP A) ROLES / JOBS
Kelsey Allen- Townsperson 3- props
Eliza Burnstein- Creon- props
Emily Finch- Priest- props
Peter Galea- Oedipus- props
Michael Karizat- Chorus- costume/props
Matt Lang- Chorus (absent today)
Molly Stanford- Townsperson 4- props
Yllka Veseli- Leader- music
Megan Wood- Townsperson 2- costumes
Jacqui Wunderlich- Chorus- costumes
Miranda Zeneli- director (townsperson 1) music
BATES 5TH HOUR SECTION 2 (GROUP B) ROLES / JOBS
James Bushaw- Oedipus- Props
Suraj Mahadeva- Tiresias- Music (if necessary)
Kate Spencer- Creon - Costume/props (signs)
Ryan Liguori- Leader- Props
Aru Hadagali- Chorus- Costume (signs)
India Johnson- Chorus- Costume (signs)
Gabby Lynn- Chorus- Co-Director
Leah Schrauben- Chorus- Costumes/props
Kyle Winter- Chorus- Props
Kali Walkley- Chorus (absent today)
Shannon Fitzpatrick- Chorus- Director
BATES 5TH HOUR SECTION 3 (GROUP C) ROLES / JOBS
Saenz, Josh: Oedipus, Costume and prop help
Craig, Carter: Creon, Props
Preuss, Rachel: Jocasta, Dance Choreographer
Wallace, Olivia: Leader, Director
Sun, Angela: Chorus 1, Writer/ Prop help
Travis, Roberts: Chorus 2, Co-write/ Costume help
Amell, Alissa: Chorus 3, Music
Lindlbauer, Eric: Chorus 4, Lights
Baghaie, Sabrina: Chorus 5, Costumes
Pettit, Emily: Chorus 6, Sound/ helper
BATES 6TH HOUR SECTION 4 (GROUP A) ROLES / JOBS
Kari Cummings: Chorus
Paige Cornillie: Chorus
Maaz Kazmi: Chorus
Craig Lou: Chorus
Nasheen Nizamuddin: Chorus
Jahnee Trapp: Chorus
Andrea Mathew: Chorus
Sachin Pindolia: Messenger
Rebecca LeChevalier: Leader
Shamaila Ashraf: Jocasta
Eric Gresock: Oedipus
BATES 6TH HOUR SECTION 5 (GROUP B) ROLES / JOBS
Note from Ms. Bates: The people with bigger parts are also indicated as helpers for music, props, etc. Annie, Naxal, Rachel, Jon, and Ruby, please be sure you are doing an equal amount of work to the rest of your group members!
Mick Girardot - Oedipus (Can help with music)
Chris Bir - Shepherd (Can help with music and props)
Yash Hegde - Messenger (Can help with music)
Calgary Haines - Trautman - Jocasta (Can help with props)
Kailey Morren - Leader (Can help with props)
Annie Fu - Chorus 1
Naxal Shah - Chorus 2
Rachel Xiang - Chorus 3
Jon Cope - Chorus 4
Ruby Rehman - Chorus 5
BATES 6TH HOUR SECTION 6 (GROUP C) ROLES / JOBS
Messenger 1: Lara
Messenger 2: Mandy
Messenger 3: Viv
Chorus: Tabbey, Angie, Elena, Sabrina, etc.
Assistant Director: Lara