Monday off Tuesday Straight into technical rehearsal and the time is ticking, we are teching the children as we go which means some scenes are repeated 4 times. A great way for us swings and covers to see the show and continue to lock in people’s tracks, as it’s hard to watch 7 people at one… Read more.
You can can catch up with Bree’s previous columns here: Coming in Swinging Day 1 Monday Straight back into it. Cleaning the dance numbers and working on the grooves, hits and feel of the pieces, it’s being described as ‘make sure we are all at the same party.’ It’s a very fitting way to describe… Read more.
Day 1 Monday I’m feeling ready for another week. My body feels great after a full day of rest and I also took myself to the chiropractor this morning for some maintenance. Today we are learning the final dance number…yippeeee. I cannot wait until all of the choreography has been learnt. Everyone is on stage… Read more.
Day 1 After a day off I’m feeling refreshed and ready to get back into it. My body and mind are starting to build stamina now and I’m getting up easier and adjusting to routine. (I’m not much of a morning person). We have finished two major dance numbers and I’m hoping to cement some… Read more.
Performer Bree Langridge is a cast member in the Australian premiere production of The Bodyguard and she joins the AussieTheatre team as guest columnist to give a special insight into the life of a Swing in a major musical. Follow Bree’s journey as she pens a weekly diary about her learning process, the rehearsal room, preparing to cover… Read more.