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SME Theatre Boosters are parents and other community members who love seeing our students experience this amazing theatre program, both onstage and behind the scenes. Theatre Boosters support the program with our time and resources and have a lot of fun along the way!

Funds provided by the district are not sufficient for continued support of the needs of our students and faculty. SME Theatre relies on booster and community support for the resources needed to be competitive and successful.   Read on to see how you can get involved!

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Did you know producing a musical can cost anywhere from $18,000 to $30,000?

Here’s where the money goes: royalties, set construction, backdrop rental, costumes, music, stage lighting, programs, choreography, sound system, publicity…

Did you know that district funds only cover royalties for plays and musicals?

On average, royalties cost $100 for a play and $3000 for a musical.

Did you know the theatre department is responsible for maintenance of the auditorium, which is used by ALL school departments?

This includes lighting and sound for ALL auditorium spaces for ALL events.

Did you know that our teachers are contracted to produce one play & one musical per school year?

We are so fortunate Tom DeFeo and Brian Cappello generously give their time and talent to produce 4 mainstage productions, Repertory and Advanced Repertory shows. The mainstage shows are chosen strictly for the educational benefit of the students, not for ticket sale opportunities.

Did you know that tech equipment is in constant need of upgrades, both for technological advancements and student safety? 

Just a FEW past purchases and future needs: Genie Lift $15K, lighting console $7-9K, Sound system upgrade $35K, Safety ladders $750 each, Panel saw $1300, Fly system rigging upgrades $50K, Backstage monitoring system $25K, Sewing machines, Printers, Lighting upgrades…. ETC....

Anyone can join!

Email us!

Mark your calendar now!

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