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To hire a costumer for our spring production of Legally Blonde

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RJ- Legally Blonde Costumes

School:
Tarpon Springs High School 
Subject:
Music 
Teacher:
Latoya McCormick 
Students Impacted:
75 
Grade:
9-12 
Date:
November 2, 2021

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Only $1,000.00 Needed

 

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Goal

To hire a costumer for our spring production of Legally Blonde 

 

What will be done with my students

. I have started musical theater classes at Tarpon Springs High. This year, our plan is to do Legally Blonde the musical. Since this is the first-year musical theater is being offered, we don’t have someone to help with the technical side of theater as far as the costumes go. I would love to receive a grant so that I could hire a costumer to show the students basic sewing and costume construction. There are so many different areas that collaborate to bring a musical together. You have a lighting designer, sound designer, set designer, scene designer and costumer. Costuming is so important! So many students are into making their own fashions now, this is not just a skill for the theater but for real life.  

 

Benefits to my students

I work with a lot of different theaters in the Tampabay area. I would like to show the students from beginning to end, how a production truly comes together. I believe your grant would help accomplish this.  

 

Describe the Students

I have 9 students that have a 504. I have 8 SE students. I have 1 ELL. A lot of students that might not shine or have the best grades in the regular classroom, really bloom in a performance classroom.  

 

Budget Narrative

We would need a few sewing machines for the students to work on and fabric.  

 

Items

# Item Cost
1 Fabrics $300.00
2 Sewing Machines $200.00
3 Costumer Adjunct $500.00
  Total: $1,000.00

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