Just before I get back into the theatre season and people start using the auditorium I'm managing (After the big renovation!) We want to set a basis of rules just to make sure everything runs smooth. Take a look adn let em know if you think I should change somthing or add somthing. Some stuff you may have input on, others you may not have any idea about. This isn't the real set, its jsut a brief, small outline. THANKS! P.S. This is a High school, disrict owned, auditorium Outline: •All events must be booked on the district web calendar through community Ed (Kathy Summers), no exceptions •Once on calendar, we ask you please fill out web form for needs •If scheduled, your group has preference over that time •Any changes to needs must be made aware by support staff 24 hours prior to event, if not no promises can be made that the needs can be filled •If the aud is booked with more than one group in sequential order, times given will be followed and you are expected to exit the area at the given time. •As soon as questions arise, we ask that you please address them to the staff so we have the greatest amount of time to take care of it •If the area is un-supervised by a support member, you take full responsibility of the lock up to secure your personal equipment. Support staff is responsible for district owned items that are locked up in our designated, locked, storage areas. •We ask any signs or information posted in the hallways, dressing areas, backstage, or house area are removed at the completion of the event. •If support staff is needed, and there is an admission charge for audience, the host group will cover payment of support staff at $XX.XX per hour. Support staff member will fill out a services rendered form, get your signature, and submit it to central office. •No exceptions: no food or drink is aloud in the auditorium during rehearsals, performances, or load-ins and break downs. This is established by the brand new carpeting, flooring, and seating •We ask that no community members, groups, or students are left un-supervised and should be accompanied by a XXXXX employee at all time. A pass supplied by a support staff member can supersede this agreement.