I was looking at the schedule for the tour and wow, this looks brutal for such a physical, dance-oriented show. Lots of stretches of 10-14 days in a row, and I assume some of those are two show days. I have never understood the economics of tours like this building, striking and trucking the show, crew and cast to a new city every day for one performance (though yes, per the schedule, there are a few two day runs. Might they have two productions that leap frog each other to give the crew time to set it, test sound and lighting, etc.? I guess this helps my answer my earlier post about Equity versus non-Equity tours.
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