Performances Sample Clauses

Performances. All services provided by the Vendor pursuant to this Agreement shall be performed to the satisfaction of VDSS and the local department of social services, and in accordance with the applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations. Vendor shall not receive payment for work found by VDSS and/or the local department of social services to be unsatisfactory, or performed in violation of federal, state or local laws, ordinances, rules or regulations.
Performances. Each of Seller Parent and Seller shall have, in all respects, performed and complied with all covenants required by this Agreement to be performed or complied with by it prior to or at the Closing and each of Seller Parent and Seller shall have delivered to Buyer on the Closing Date a certificate, dated the Closing Date, to such effect.
Performances. Performances shall be deemed to be a working period of three and one half (3 ½) hours, time to be considered as from one half hour prior to the show to the final curtain. All time worked over and above the said working period shall be paid for at the applicable rate as hereinafter set forth. A grace period of five (5) minutes shall be allowed before extra time is charged. When a performance is completed prior to or by the 3 ¼ hour mark, a period of a maximum of fifteen (15) minutes of additional work can be required without any additional charge for the purpose of completing the normal end of show activities associated with the performance.
Performances. The Stage Manager is responsible for running and controlling the performance including the making of “calls”. The Stage Manager is in charge of calling the lighting cues the movements of scenic elements, technical elements performers and musicians. The Stage Manager is in sole charge of the backstage areas.
Performances. 6.2.1 Opera Performance calls (including Concert Performances of Main-scale opera) are a minimum of 3 hours. Longer performance calls can be called at 3.5 hours and 4 hours.
Performances. Where a Head of Department is not assigned to a production, a “Show Head” shall be designated for that department on that production in the areas of Sound, Electrics, Props and Stage Carpentry. Show Heads shall be selected by the Business Agent of the Union with the agreement of the Director of Production. Such agreement must be in writing and shall not be unreasonably withheld. Should a disagreement arise, the Director of Production will explain the reasons surrounding such disagreement. A “Show Head” shall be paid Head Rate for all performances, rehearsals and technical work related to their designated show.
Performances. The Show Director will decide when latecomers may be seated and convey that to the House Manager.
Performances. The Artist may not be required to take part in more than six (6) performances in each performance week. The Artist shall not be required to perform more than two (2) performances in one (1) day. The Artist shall not be required to give more than five (5) performances in any three (3) day period. The Artist will be notified at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance of any change to the performance schedule. Notwithstanding the provisions of Clauses and above, for rehearsals and performances for Education and Youth programming, the Artist may not be required to rehearse or perform more than ten times per week, except under following conditions:
Performances. 5.2.1 Opera and Opera in Concert performances incur overtime after 3 hours, from the scheduled start of the call. Overtime will be calculated after three hours in quarter hourly units at time and a half.
Performances. Potomac will use its best efforts to perform or cause to be satisfied each covenant or condition to be performed or satisfied by it pursuant hereto.