HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. — If you’re going to make your next performance art performance at a public venue, you’ll want to know how to properly handle your instruments, dress and equipment.
And you’ll also want to understand what it takes to stay safe.
Here are 10 tips to help you get the most out of your next big event.1.
Dress smart for your eventThe best performance arts venue is a place where you feel comfortable, where you’re able to let your imagination go wild, and where you can take your time to prepare for your performance.
The most important thing is to make sure you wear appropriate gear and accessories, especially if you’re a female performer.
If you do have a female partner, it’s always a good idea to check to make certain that he or she is adequately dressed for the event.
You should also be aware that it’s possible for someone to sneak into a performance art venue unnoticed and potentially disrupt the venue, leading to the death of someone.
To be safe, it is important to wear proper protective gear and clothing, especially when you are performing in an area that is crowded.2.
Bring a maskIf you’re performing in a crowded place like a concert hall, bar, dance floor or outdoor venue, it will be difficult to find a suitable mask.
For a better chance of getting your mask to perform, you should consider buying one that is large enough to cover your face but small enough to fit in your mouth.
Make sure it is made of a material that is breathable, not a flexible material.3.
Bring your own instruments and instruments accessoriesYou should be aware of the number of people in your group, and be aware about your gear.
If the person you are playing with has an instrument that they don’t want to play with, it might be best to avoid them.
You should also make sure to have an adequate set of instruments.
If there is no instrument that is in play, you can always improvise by adding an instrument yourself.4.
Make an appointment for a mask checkIf you are looking for a good performing arts venue, or have a particular preference in the venue area, you might be tempted to call ahead of time to make an appointment.
However, if you are a musician, you may not be able to attend.
Make a time and make sure that you are comfortable with your ability to perform in public.
If, after your appointment is made, you are unable to perform and there is a delay in your appointment, you will not have to worry about having your mask checked by someone who isn’t part of your group.5.
Check your mask carefully to make it comfortableYou should not wear any masks that you can see or touch.
If your mask is covered by a bandana or hood, you don’t need to wear that mask to the performance.
If a mask is wrapped around your head or a neck, it should be pulled up and tucked into place, not exposed.
If you have a headband, you shouldn’t be wearing it to the arena.
If someone is wearing a hooded mask, they should be wearing one that covers their face.
If your mask isn’t visible, you could wear it in your pocket or bag, as long as it’s not too tight and does not cover your eyes or mouth.
You may be able the bandana to be worn underneath the mask if you feel that it will protect your eyes.6.
Bring proper gloves and protective clothingThe best performing arts venues are equipped with protective equipment that can protect you and your equipment.
Your gloves and gloves should be of a quality that you would wear in a typical performance setting.
Gloves that are large enough are necessary to allow you to perform safely, and your gloves should not be too large or too small.
You can use a glove that is too small if it has too much material covering your hands.
It may be better to wear a thicker glove or a longer glove if you have problems with your hands being able to perform.
You could also consider wearing a rubber band or a rubber glove with your gloves.
Your gear should be worn on your feet, and not in your hands, to prevent cuts and scrapes.
It should also have padding and padding that is removable and can be changed easily.
It’s a good practice to have a backup pair of gloves and rubber gloves in case you have to use a mask.7.
Practice before your performanceIf you perform in an arena or a concert venue, prepare to perform before you even set foot on the stage.
For this reason, it may be best for you to practice your mask before you take the stage and wear it during your performance to ensure that you’re comfortable before the event starts.
This way, you won’t have to take any unnecessary precautions.
Practice your mask and equipment, and don’t worry if you can’t perform your performance in time to get