RE: [SCA Newcomers] What Are The Rules About SCA/SCA Related Groups
- Thank you all for your help - I believe every aspect of this issue has been addressed - you guys are great!
The concert that the tech rehearsal was for was this past Saturday, and it went very well - there were more people watching us when we finished than when we started!
There were some aspects of this issue mentioned here, which no one in the group has thought of, or mentioned - may I share these issues with my group?
(I mean all of the responses I've read, not just this one.)
I really appreciate each suggestion made, thank you all!
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of G P
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2010 1:38 PM
Subject: Re: [SCA Newcomers] What Are The Rules About SCA/SCA Related Groups
You're not an SCA (official) group. You don't have to follow anyone's
rules but your own. Households aren't official, either--would anyone
stand on solid ground trying to tell households that they can't make
their own call about who can and can't be a member?
On Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 2:33 PM, Kyla <skycat@...> wrote:
> I recently came across an issue where a group of performers decided to have
> a closed tech rehearsal.
> The performers are all members of the SCA, and are concentrating on SCA
> period material.
> (The group is eventually looking to enter A&S competitions - any advice
> regarding that would be welcome!)
> The group is not an official SCA group, just an informal gathering a
> friends - that we take it pretty seriously is beside the point.
> It is a small group, and is actively recruiting more members, but decided
> that an hour and a half rehearsal for an hour's worth of material was not a
> good time to meet someone new.
> The new person made this claim, "...It has always been my understanding that
> all SCA-related groups are supposed to have open-door policies at all
> Could someone with more experience with the SCA help me find a better
> understanding of the rules and traditions regarding official and
> non-official groups within the SCA, and what the differences are?
> Many thanks for your time,
> Tabitha Pennywarden
> Ravenslake, Midlands
> Middle Kingdom
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