We are begining to practice for our Christmas play, but I have big doubts if I even want to be in this year's play. The theme is a group of small children (played by adults) who are getting ready to do a Christmas play, but one child (adult) doesn't want to do it, because his mother had just passed away. All the actors are to dress like small children. There is no Christmas story even mentioned in the whole thing. I don't have an acting part, just a solo, so I don't have to dress like a little girl. The whole thing seems really absurd. Not only that, but no one knows the music for it, either. For the first rehearsal, I sat and waited to get my copy for what seemed forever. Finally one of the women hands me a copy, and my part isn't even known! I go to the second rehearsal, where I find out everyone is supposed to be child like, and I sit there for an hour not saying a word because STILL no one knows the song I'm supposed to sing. Well, I didn't attend the next one, because no one even had the courtesy to tell me if the song was ready, and I won't go until they do. Really! Usually, I'm very willing to volunteer, but I feel this is crossing the line. Opinions, please?