Vandelesca 0 Posted April 28, 2008 Report Share Posted April 28, 2008 (edited) Hello again! Vandelesca's back with another question about the Masquerade. I've read over the Masquerade Rules and Regulations, and I have a questions regarding #20, which states: "All presentations must be within the delineated area of the stage, including entry and exit points, to protect the stage equipment. Skits may utilize these entry and exit points as staging points throughout the duration of their presentation." Are the dimensions of the "delineated area of the stage" available? For the choreography in our skit, we want to make sure none of us end up off stage instead of stage right. We also plan on having someone cross the stage in the middle of the skit, so being able to calculate the time necessary for her to get on and off the stage would be very helpful. Which brings me to my other question. Would having someone cross the stage with a sign to designate a passing of time (for example, "two weeks later") violate Otakon's "No Sign Rule"? Said sign would only be used for the skit, since that's it's only purpose, and would only be carried throughout the convention to transport it to and from the Masquerade and rehearsals related to the Masq. Thank you for any answers! (again! ) Edited April 28, 2008 by Vandelesca Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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