Participants and their guardians will do their best to communicate schedules and conflicts before the rehearsal calendar is made so LCT can create the best rehearsal schedule possible. Participants are expected to be proactive in their communication and do their best to honor the commitment they make when cast.
Actors in this production will be asked to provide basic costume elements including socks, shoes, undergarments, etc. The costume designer works with you to find affordable options or use items you already own. Actors provide their own corrective make up if needed (blush, mascara, eyeliner).
Participants in this production will follow LCT's "Safe at Work" procedures. These will be covered in detail once actors are cast in the production but include: mandatory face coverings, daily temperature readings upon arrival, and submitting results from COVID tests taken at prescribed times during the process. All participants agree to abide by these procedures.
Cast members who will travel, visit with groups of people outside their immediate family (during spring break or at any other time during the process), or engage in other behaviors that put one at a higher risk of contracting COVID-19 are discouraged from participating in this production.
LCT may use performer's photograph, likeness, and/or voice in any way that would resonable portray LCT programs.
LCT celebrates people of all ages, ethnicities, cultures, gender identities, sexual orientations, and physical and cognative abilities and expects participants to help create an accepting and kind space for all people.