Main Cast Program
2019 Summer Production:
Pinocchio – A Bot-Treemian Rhapsody
Show Dates: July 24 – August 4
The summer production for 2019 will be an original rock musical written by Janinne Chadwick. We cast 70 children ages 8 through 14 (jr. high age, no high schoolers). See Admissions Policy. The cast-members act, sing, dance, and even help build props and scenery (when time allows).
Information for Parents
Please read all of the following carefully and in entirety.
Cost: $495 ($395 for Additional Siblings). Registration is full!
Please read our refund policy
What Registration Covers
Costs will include merchandise and materials fees. By bundling these costs we are ensuring the lowest price for everyone.
Your registration includes:
A limited number of work scholarships are available for those with financial need. Additionally, a limited number of reduced tuition scholarships will be available to low-income families who participate in the SLV school district’s Free Lunch Program. Please contact us if your family needs payment arrangements or requires any scholarship assistance before registering your child. We are always happy to help.
- Costume fees (excluding shoes)
- Show T-shirt
- Cast Recording
- Production Video
- Video Premiere Party
- Cast Party
Children are cast by musical ability (pitch, range, and harmony), improv and acting skills, dancing skills, and attendance. We also sometimes consider the “look” needed for a certain character, as well as the on-stage chemistry between characters. Group requests are honored whenever possible. All children get a chance to shine! Every actor has a minimum of 2 lines.
All staff members have had extensive experience working in theater, in music, and with youngsters. Child-to-adult ratio is usually about 12 to 1.
We need your help to make it happen. LPRT is a family participatory program. Parents are our greatest strength! Parents are required to sign up to work a minimum of 5 shifts such as set up, clean up, selling concessions, supervision of actors (green-room), and more.
Basic Timeline Overview
This is a bird’s eye view of the program scheduling.
Mandatory parent meeting.
The Parent Meeting happens at Park Hall. Job sign ups and first week session sign ups will happen at the parent meeting for those who have not signed up previously online. This is a time for parents to meet this year’s staff, ask questions, receive policy and volunteer job info, network with potential carpools, and hear about the play!
You will sign up your child for either the morning or afternoon program. Programs are 9:30am-Noon or 12:30-3:00pm, Monday through Wednesday. We request that actors stay in the same program all 3 days. On Thursday, June 20 all actors are called all day, 9:30am-3:00pm.
June 21-July 22
View Detailed Rehearsal Information & Structure
A fun gathering at Park Hall where the cast watch a movie that relates to the show.
We create a professional cast recording with your children of all the music numbers in the show which is released to all registered families. Actors cannot miss this date.
Dress Rehearsal in the evening; no daytime rehearsal.
July 24 – August 4
There are 10 performances. Your child must be present for all performances. Cast members arrive approximately 2 hours before curtain (you will receive arrival time notification prior to performances).
Evening shows at 7:30 p.m. on July 24, 25, 26, 27, 31 August 1, 2, 3
Sunday matinees at 2:00 p.m. on July 28 & August 4
Final performance, Set Strike & Cast Party
Park Hall Cleanup
Production Video Premiere Party
The cast reunites for a viewing and celebration of the show production video release.