We encourage all students to stay involved in the spring if they are not cast in the show. There are additional classes your student can consider joining to continue their training. Or, for interested students 12 or above, we offer a hands on Technical Theater Workshop where students will learn from industry professionals and then have the opportunity to join the stage crew behind-the-scenes!
There is a tuition fee and a production fee that are paid at separate times. Prior to auditioning, students must register for the production via our spring class registration page. By registering, students are demonstrating that they fully understand the time commitment and are ready and willing to accept the role they are given by the TbT Creative Team.
An additional Production Fee to participate will be required if your student is cast. This fee helps to cover production costs (theater rental, lighting, sets, costumes, etc). Additional ancillary costs may include basic stage makeup (if you don’t have a kit already), show shoes, undergarments for the performances, tickets, and commuting costs (many families carpool!).
General show commitments are good to review before planning to audition!
Truthbase Theatricals shows are unique in that they involve both students and parents working together to support one another and the production. If your student(s) is cast, at least one parent or adult representative (per family) will be required to attend two parent meetings and to volunteer a minimum of 20 hours on a production support committee (i.e. costumes, marketing, concessions, etc.). There are many different kinds of committees to join that utilize various talents and abiliites. Parents can give committee preferences based on interests and schedule and TbT will seek to accommodate those preferences. This aspect of a production is typically a highlight for families!