Depends. A typical day starts at 730am and ends right about 5-530pm. Sometimes media production keeps you up and about until 1130pm, or sometimes even until 4am. Prepping, choreographing, or performing in a show does the same. It's a give or take situation. Good news is between school work, tv work, newspaper work, teaching work, I pretty much bounce back and forth between lots of places, lots of restaurants, Starbucks, computer labs in between.
Unless I'm doing a show I pretty much take Saturdays entirely off and Sunday afternoons, too. Spend Sunday nights doing planning and prep work since nothing is really on tv. I can always negotiate my schedule to get off vacation time and lots of personal time as necessary.
It's doing the shows that kill you. Show is at 8pm, depending on the show, you have to be there from 7pm-1130pm or what not. Matinees you pretty much have to be there at 1230pm, but you get a two hour break between the afternoon and evening show.
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