Hello parents. This section of the website will provide information regarding your child's participation in the show.
1.Please remember that a parent or guardian must accompany their child(ren) to rehearsal, and remain there until the rehearsal is over. If there is an emergency or if we need to break early, we do not want any children to be without a parent in the auditorium. Keep in mind that the middle school is open to other groups during our rehearsal time. We do not want the children to leave the rehearsal area and walk around the school unsupervised. If we find that parents are dropping off children without supervision, we will have to ask that child to leave the production. It is perfectly acceptable to carpool and take turns watching a group of children, so that all parents do not have to attend all rehearsals. Just be sure to ask if any pertinent information was given during that night. You can always check the the show Facebook page for updates. 2.No FOOD or DRINK (even water) is allowed in the auditorium at any time. We can however have it in the hall. 3.Children are to remain on the lower level of the Auditorium, the Mezzanine is off limits. We don't want anyone falling down all those stairs. Children should remember that since we are sharing this building with others, there is to be no yelling. Let’s save everyone’s voice for the stage. 4.Children are not allowed to use cell phones during rehearsal time. Text messaging back stage will not be allowed. 5.To be fair to the entire cast, we are going to limit the absences to no more than 3. If there is an emergency or you know of certain dates that you will not be available, please let us know ahead of time. We understand that many of you have other commitments, but it is difficult for the other cast members to work on their lines, if there are so many children absent. There are no excused absences after May 1st. 6.There will be a $20.00 fee for any check returned by your bank. If fees are not paid by tech week, your child will not be allowed to participate in the show. Fees must be paid in cash. 7.We do not require tuition for participation in our theatre group productions. However, in order to cover the costs (including costumes, make up, playbill, props, etc.), we ask that each child (or family) raise a minimum of $200. This can be accomplished by selling ads and tickets. Failure to raise the $200 will result in a costume assessment fee to cover our costs. Ad and ticket forms can be found by clicking the links on the left side of the page. Ad copy can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for sharing your talented children and helping to make our production a success!!
This page was last updated: January 10, 2023