Ready to Go
I bought nice pencils (not the dollar-store ones with silly designs like I usually favor based on price-point, but standard yellow ones that came pre-sharpened and appear to have reliable erasers). I hole-punched my script, and put it in a binder. I marked my lines. I washed my big mug, and packed some tea bags. I am totally ready for table work.
I don't know how else to prepare. I decided not to be fully off-book, because I think there might be some who-says-what changes in the rehearsal process.
I was told to wear "normal clothes", but be prepared to move in them. The director doesn't want us in movement clothes, as we're going to be doing movement in regular clothes in the show. So I've put on clothes that I think are simultaneously normal (for me), professional, and won't restrict my movement... and then I guess I'll see what it looks like everyone else is doing and adapt for tomorrow. *fingers crossed that I'm not horribly off-base*
Honestly, I'm just so excited to be working on a show again. As much as I love my classes (and I truly do), it feels like there's something missing when I'm not in rehearsals or performances. I'm glad to be getting back to this again, even if it does mean saying goodbye to free time. I can't think of anything else I'd rather be doing with my time than this. :)