Beauty & the Beast Jr.


Please read each item carefully.

  1. Please accept your role here by October 14th by 2pm, or your role will be replaced by another actor.
  2. The script is provided virtually for free, or physically for $10.00 at the theater during the first rehearsal. ALL actors must have access to a script whether virtually or physically.
  3. Throughout the rehearsal process, check back to this page for helpful information & links with the schedule, files (dance recordings, music), costumes, tickets, and more.
  4. Join the RemindMe to not miss out on important updates & announcements: Text "@bandbtwo" to 81010
  5. Visit the "Volunteer" button to help us make this show possible!
  6. What to bring to rehearsals: A water bottle (we have sinks to refill them, but no water fountains). Please have your child wear clothes that are comfortable to dance/move around in if it is a dance/full run-through day. If they have dance shoes, they are encouraged to wear those also on dance/full run-through days. Please refer to the section below to see what to wear for performances/costume days. 
  7. You may view staff & their contact information below.
  8. We'll see you at rehearsals (and be sure to check out our other shows and exciting fall classes)!

We want your child to be as comfortable as possible when changing/trying on costumes, in which we ask that on costume days & performance days, your child wear the following for under their costume (this may change according to their costume):


  • Girls- leotard & shorts OR tank-top & shorts. Solid black flats or black jazz shoes.
  • Boys- white t-shirt & shorts OR tank-top & shorts. Solid black shoes or black jazz shoes.
  • Hair- View the document here
  • Please note: we are not strict on what to wear under costumes, just as long as your child is wearing something over their undergarments & the clothing they wear under costume cannot be seen when wearing a costume. Thanks!
  • Makeup: Please do basic stage makeup (eyeliner, mascara, eyebrows if lighter hair, lips, and cheeks). Stage lights tend to "wash" out your face, so we need basic makeup to bring out your important features!
    • If your character requires specific makeup, we will let them know & help them at the theater.
    • View the document here
    • The important thing is lots of blush, we are not too picky on anything else as long as we can see your cute face!
    • Girls tutorial (the video doesn't mention eyeliner or mascara, but those are highly recommended. Don't worry about eyebrow gel, but do dark eyebrows if they are a light color)
    • Boys tutorial (don't worry about lipstick for boys)


Please note that not all staff is listed.

Director - Terry DeMille (

Music Director/Stage Manager - Sarah Hamilton ( (text- (435)429-1157)

Choreographer - Delanie DeMille (

Costume Mistress - Tawny Betts

Assistant Choreographer - Elizabeth Riddell (