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 Post subject: Re: Winners of Margot Venables Prize
PostPosted: 07 Jul 2018, 14:23 
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What I can't figure out is how they managed to find roles for everyone in the late Swiss days. There are over 400 students, and no-one seems to sit out. Even with gangs of baby angels and choruses, that's a lot of people.

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 Post subject: Re: Winners of Margot Venables Prize
PostPosted: 07 Jul 2018, 15:49 
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Maybe factor in the choir and the orchestra as well?

Although, if no one is sitting out, who on earth is in the audience? The Maynards, the staff, a few old girls and whoever of the San staff isn’t on duty? It’s not as if all of the parents are there....


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Caroline wrote:
Maybe factor in the choir and the orchestra as well?

Although, if no one is sitting out, who on earth is in the audience? The Maynards, the staff, a few old girls and whoever of the San staff isn’t on duty? It’s not as if all of the parents are there....


Yeah, there's almost noone left at the school to watch the play.

But later on the St Mildred's girls would probably attend as a quid pro quo for the pantomime.

But can you imagine you have a day off from working at the San and are told you have to watch the play? And how can you refuse because the head of the san is Jack and it's just not a good career move.

And some parents might drop by to pick up their girls for the Christmas holidays and watch the play on their way through.

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