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FAQ

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR QJTT MEMBERSHIP

You may send a request for participation to Sue Prior via email: registration@qjttonline.org. Please state child’s name, birth date, grade, male or female, winter address, and phone number.

WHAT IS THE REGISTRATION FEE

The 2019 registration fee is $800. Need-based scholarships are available to accepted participants.

WHAT ARE THE AGES FOR EACH GROUP

Older Show: Ages 14-19 and must be entering 9th grade.
Younger Show: Ages 9-13 and must be entering 4th grade. (There is often a wait-list for participation.)

WHEN DO REHEARSALS BEGIN

Mamma Mia (Older Show): July 1st
Beauty and the Beast (Younger Show): July 8th

WHAT IS THE TIME COMMITTMENT

Older Show: Sunday-Friday evenings 7 to 11 pm and Saturday mornings 10
am to 1 pm. This is a 5-week program.

Younger Show: Monday-Friday afternoons 3:30 to 6:30pm. This is a 7-week
program

WHAT SHOWS ARE BEING PERFORMED IN 2019

Older Show: Mamma Mia
Younger Show: Beauty and the Beast

WHAT ARE THE DATES OF THE PERFORMANCES

Mamma Mia (Older Show): July 30th, 31st and August 1st, 2nd at 7:30pm
Beauty and the Beast (Younger Show): August 20th, 21st, 22nd at 7pm and August 23rd at 5pm

HOW DO I PURCHASE TICKETS

Tickets will be sold online through our website

WHEN DO TICKETS GO ON SALE

Monday, July 15th

WHAT IS THE QJTT TECH APPRENTICE PROGRAM

Theater is so much more than acting. The technical aspects (lighting, sound, etc.) help make each performance go from good to great. QJTT offers an apprenticeship program for anyone (boys and girls) age 12-19 who is interested in learning more about the technical aspects of the theater. Apprentices will be involved with all areas of lighting (designing a light plot, working with various lighting instruments and lighting effects, learning how to work the computerized lighting system, and more), sound (understanding the principles of wireless microphones, correct use and placement of wireless microphones and ‘choir’ microphones, the operation of the 24-channel mixing console, and more), and other areas of the theater where technical requirements are needed (backstage work, stage managing etc.).