Tritt Elementary

About

Musicals

MTW is delighted to be asked to continue the tradition of excellent school musicals at Tritt! We are producing a Fall Musical, so rehearsals will begin Tuesdays and Fridays soon after school starts.

Once we receive your application and payment, we will send you an email with the music downloads and specifics about your audition/placement day.

Actual rehearsals will begin Tuesday, August 17th and continue Tuesdays and Fridays 2:20-4:00 until the Performances. (No rehearsal Conference Week)

Our 2021 show is Jungle Book, Kids!

Get yourself ready to swing through the jungle and perform in November! The first 40 students who sign up are in the show. We CANNOT WAIT see all our performers on stage again! Questions? Contact Vicki Chase at vickichase@att.net We will also be able to answer questions at Meet and Greet as well as accept your application form!

Forms

You can complete the application and download and print the registration form, and complete as indicated. They can be dropped off at the Tritt front office, emailed to Vickichase@att.net or mailed to Vicki Chase, 3546 Clubland Dr, Marietta GA 30068.

Shows

Costumes

MTW will provide the majority of costumes for all shows. We will ask parents to provide pieces if it is something your child probably has, or if it is a personal piece—like tights for girls or a wig. We often ask you if you have specific items before we shop (for example, black pants, white t-shirts, etc.). Should you be asked to bring in a piece that you don’t have, we strongly recommend thrift stores and asking neighbors! Your pieces will be returned to you after the show. MTW costumes must also be returned at the end of the show. We highly recommend labeling all personal items with your child’s name.

Volunteers

All families will be asked to volunteer in some capacity. Below are the volunteer opportunities. We use Volunteer Spot for sign-up convenience. Please check back for link and further information the week before rehearsals begin.

  • 2 Rehearsal monitors at each rehearsal.
  • 2 – 4 people with trucks or other large vehicles for transporting sets/costumes/props to and from the theatre.
  • 5 People to help set up and strike the set. Strength and tools are a plus. No kids allowed.
  • 3 – 5 People to paint sets and organize food donations and volunteers.
  • 4-6 Ticket salespeople.
  • 2 Volunteers backstage during each performance.
  • Someone to create the program – we’ll give you the info and suggested layout.