Masks For Musical Theatre

Date 02/17/2021
Teacher Bryan, Sherilyn
School South Fork High School
Grade 9-12
Subject Art - Visual and Performing Arts
Goal

South Fork High School performing arts students are working to produce the musical You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown. The goal for this project is to be able to purchase specialty face masks for each cast member that will allow the performer's faces to be seen and their voices to be clearly heard.

Description

There are 21 members of the cast. Each member will need their own personal mask for each performance and dress rehearsal. This is not an item that will be reusable for future performances with different cast members. The masks are $21 for a package of 15. We would like to order 12 packages in order to have a few backup masks in case of defect or breakage.

Benefits

This project will benefit the performing arts students at South Fork High School by allowing their facial expressions to be seen and their voices to be clearly heard when they are performing while wearing a face mask. Due to the limited seating capacity for our shows, we do not anticipate being able to make a profit on our ticket sales. Receiving outside assistance for this expenditure will help ensure that there will be adequate funds available to pay for the licensing, sets, props and costumes essential for future productions.

Items

Title Amount
Clear Face Masks $252.00
Total $252.00

Fund Now

This project is fully funded.

Program Partner

Rosie Aviles

Current Funding

$252.00 / $252.00
100%

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Donors

  • Arts Council of Martin County