@ R & R PRODUCTIONS
We at R & R Productions would
like your dance experience to be as pleasurable as possible, so please bear with us as we go over a few policies that need
to be reiterated.
1. Regarding the Italian American Club’s Sunday
night dance: ALL beverages are to be dispensed by the bartender. Not only is it is essential that the bartender
have complete control over this, but in Connecticut it is the law. It is called the Dram Shop Act. This means
nobody is allowed to bring ANY beverages into the club-no water bottles, coffee, etc.
This law only applies when alcohol
is being served. Whether it is a cash bar or open bar the bartender must be aware of any one who is drinking. Should
any one leave the facility and get in an accident and was at the club drinking, the bartender and the club could be held criminally
and/or civilly liable. They have no way to determine whether you might be drinking water or vodka, etc. Therefore,
(by State Law) no beverages are allowed to be brought in.
2. In the interest of protecting the
privacy of others, please be courteous when taking still photographs of others (i.e.-snapshots). Please announce that
you are photographing, and allow people who do not want to be in your pictures the opportunity to remove themselves from the
3. Videotaping during any part of the dance is expressly
forbidden! If you have any questions on this policy please see Ron or Lee.
4. Admission into all our dance events
are for the whole evening, and include all night dancing, a lesson where advertised, and “coffee-and .” Since
our events span several hours, admission price is non-refundable.
5. Dancing at all of our events is at the dancer’s
R & R Productions strives hard to make your dancing experience here at
the Italian American Club (Sundays), the Ukrainian National Home (Wednesdays), and Mini-Roseland/Rocky Hill (First Saturday
night) a fun and happy time. We ask that you abide by these simple policies that have their foundation in both Connecticut
law and privacy acts.