playwright Walter Prete, choreographer Fredy Franzutti, director Gustavo D’Aversa
with IL BALLETTO DEL SUD
Actors: Gustavo D’Aversa, Patrizia Miggiano, Walter Prete
90 minutes without pauses.
Link to previous ballet, inspired to classic myth:
SHOW NOTES: Show runs for 90 minutes without pauses or intermission.
ALIBI shall provide:
* Costumes, props, and recorded sound effects.
* All performers (10), Directors, stage manager/lighting designer, wardrobe supervisor.
* Light plot and any other specific technical requirements to be found in advance in area.
The Presenter will provide:
* Stage area minimum 10 meters x 10 meters with the entire floor visible to all members of the audience. Quick change areas in the wings or near by hall ways, stage left and right (lit, with table and mirror.)
2 SOFT GOODS: * Proscenium stage, with house curtains, 5 pairs of legs, 5 borders, (black preferred) without fullness, providing at least four (4) wing exits on each side of the stage. For spaces with extreme sight line problems, tabs or extra wide legs may be necessary. * Black scrim just downstage of cyc. * Upstage black out upstage of black scrim * Downstage black traveler (black out). * Second black scrim downstage of downstage black traveler (black out) is preferred.
FLOOR: * Requires a black dance floor covering (marley or equivalent) on stage and on pit/apron with sufficient tape for installation and maintenance. The floor must be laid prior to load in. The floor must be thoroughly wet mopped and/or swept at the discretion of ALIBI. * The floor must be over air space and not concrete, so that it has some give to prevent injuries to the dancers. Floor surface must be free from cracks, gaps, holes, or breaks of more than 1/8″ and must be free of hardware, bumps, splinters, or other obstructions.
ALL CREW MEMBERS NEED TO PARTICIPATE IN SPACING AND DRESS REHEARSALS HOURS: Day prior to first performance 4 hours Load-In/building & hanging sets/rigging/drops 4 hours Focus /Cueing 3 hours Spacing with running crew Day of first performance 4 hours Dress rehearsal 3 hours Lite warm up/make up, Performance 1 hour Clean up 2 hours Load-out Additional 4 hours Company work light rehearsals prior to each performance 4 hours Wardrobe call required prior to each subsequent performance
DRESSING ROOMS: Minimum two dressing rooms for 7 dancers or 1 large dressing room for 10. Dressing rooms must be properly heated, have lighted mirrors tables, chairs, costume racks, sinks, showers and toilets not to be shared by the public.
WARDROBE/LAUNDRY: 4 rolling costume racks, 2 irons and ironing boards and professional steamers are required.
SEATING FOR PUBLIC: Presenter must provide seating for public, according to the characteristics of the event’s venue.
ALIBI’s requirements to be provided in ELEUSI are listed below. These requirements will vary according to the space and the repertory to be performed. ALIBI will be as flexible as possible in accommodating the presenter’s needs and the specific physical characteristics and equipment complement of the space. However, the presenter must contact ALIBI to discuss any deviations from the requirements before the Performance Agreement can be fully executed.
LIGHTING EQUIPMENT: ALIBI will provide a light plot specific to the space in advance. Pending discussions with technical director, ALIBI is prepared to rent equipment that is not in house. Generally, our light plot includes: 3 36 6″ (750 kw) or 8″ (1000 kw) fresnels 50 6×9 (1kw) 26 6×16 or 6×12 (1kw) Far cyc units or equivalent to light the cyclorama in four colors at top and two at bottom. * Eight 12′ booms with sidearms (each boom carries three lamps) and 75 LB bases * At least one “a” frame ladder, scaffolding or personnel lift (to focus electrics at 36′-30′ trim) * Computer light board required. Generally 140 control channels. Dimmer capacity depends on gain required in each Space.
SOUND EQUIPMENT: * 1 CD deck in excellent condition * Two wireless headset microphones used on apron. * House speakers sufficient enough to fill the auditorium with good sound. * 2 backstage monitor speakers with volume controlled separately from house speakers. * 3 microphone for announcements off stage. * Clearcom (or comparable) system with minimum of six stations (stage manager, two flymen, light and sound board operators, prop man).