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In 4:24 (?)
Still inside Memorial Auditorium entry way. Doing acting activities, pretending that they haven't eaten in days, are very full, are serious people.
Kids having fun, drum-type music in background, kids acting out scenarios, pretending to be business people, walking in outer space.
Kids screaming, pretending to be happy.
Body language only.
Really friendly peolple, screaming, laughing
Scared statue, brave statue, happy statue, sad statue
Same statue exercise but with behind angle, kids laughing.
Tri-pod, kids sitting, lots of laughter from kids, close-ups
Side angle, Kids standing up, one at a time in front of a group of kids to act out emotions, acting class.
Same exercise taking place.
Out 21:53 *22:00 Aimee Tablada (We interviewed her.)
Rachel Malinowski acting (we interviewed her).
Question game and answer question. Low angle of kids watching and laughing.
Question game still, kids laughing.
New game, audience of kids think up scenario for two kids to converse about.
From outside doors of entryway looking in. Kids smiling. Teacher smiling while she teaches.
Music Circus Tent. Rehearsal Hall Dressing Rooms.
A little of Griff Field and Christina Day doing braids.
Intern Jennifer Anson dressing Christina Day. Footage through mirror. Putting on tights an shoes. Anson helping with hair.
Intern buckling Christina's shoes. Chrsitina was at Ballet.
Inside tent. While balance. End this reel, save for 7/31/02 at Memorial Hall. New reel for Sound of Music performance.
Memorial Hall (inside). NEXT DAY (7/31/02).
Not on balcony, warm-up. Kids sitting around in circle and getting up one by one to practice talking in front of a crowd.
Not very good audio. Same exercise.
Another smile, more footage of warm-up.
Magarvey harvey smiled and hugged his friend.
Ballet class, teacher Joann Lewis talking.
Starting ballet warm-up, kid playing around
Music, kids doing ballet warm-up. Low angle and close-up, from front angle.
All the hand movements.
Lower angle, feet again.