In the beginning of the day we played some quick games. But we had a great deal of work to do. First of all, we spoke about the shoes and toys everybody had brought in and decided what still was needed. Our show included a change of shoes so a lot of coordination in our chaotic group was needed. ;)
After this, we rehearsed the choreography to music we had chosen the day before. Our opening, middle and ending number dealt with the themes of coming of age by giving away our toys (literally) and slipping into our parent's shoes (the shoes we had to bring in this day). It was quite moving for everyone and we started to get a feeling that our piece was beginning to be more then just a show-off of some teenagers.
Then we got into (new) groups and started to stage the second part of our monologues. We decided which props were needed and if other persons should join the scene. I had a really funny monologue which was about a mother telling how she explainded the facts of life to her daughters (among other things by buying them some condoms...).
After deciding how to put the monologues on stage we put all scenes together and started to make some run throughs so that everybody remembered their key lines and when to enter. And over the day we did this run throughs over and over again.
In the evening, Sam and Alex invited me to a Pub and to watch a Comedy- Show afterwards. It was a really fun evening. The comedy consisted of a satirique show of the recent news. For example, how Kate and William acted as parents. Even though I didn't get all jokes because they were too insiders for me, I had a lot to laugh at.