We worked through the second half of the show today. Overall, it went very well. Most of the (not very many) stops that we had were due to people not being in place for their entrances on time, so we talked about the need to write “warnings” in our scripts when cues are coming up. This should alleviate the problem in performance. The participants are feeling enthusiastic about performing and more or less ready to go. They are prepared to improvise if necessary and help each other out. The women who have been working on the backdrop are excited to bring it over and show it to everyone. Attitudes are positive, and, no matter how these performances “turn out,” this is bound to have been a good experience for everyone.