Snow White



Streaming On Demand April 17th - 25th

*Registration for Snow White has closed.*

Our educational initiative aims to help students further develop as young professionals by providing guidance and training in theatre education as well as supporting their mental and emotional well-being.

Adapted from the classic Grimm Fairytale, this age-appropriate retelling of Snow White follows a young woman's journey to find her Prince. With roles of every shape and size, this play is an excellent introduction to the world of theatre. Students will learn the basics of acting while bringing their imaginations to new heights.

To increase social distancing, students will be rehearsing in small groups of 10 until the week of the show, where their cast will all come together to perform.

We are opening up two different cast opportunities in hopes to serve more students. Casting will be dependent on which time you enroll for.

This royalty-free play by Janea Dahl is part of a fantastic collection of plays for students and teens on Drama Notebook.





March 15th 

Please come prepared to sing "Happy Birthday" and read a short few lines for the director. 

March 15th-April 15th
Monday - Friday 

Cast A: 4PM-5PM
**Cast still open!**

Cast B: 5:15PM-6:15PM
**Cast now full!**

Friday, April 16th 6PM & 7PM

Snow White Registration

Please refer to the Cast A Registration tab above to register your student. Thank you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration is $100. Scholarships are available. Please click this link to apply.
No! We welcome students of all levels and experiences.
Yes! There are only a limited number of spots available, so make sure to register to ensure you can participate!
We encourage our students to show off their best self by coming with a prepared audition. If this is your first show, or you aren’t sure how to prepare an audition, don’t worry! Singing “Happy Birthday” will be just fine.
We are closely monitoring the guidelines set forth by the state. A full list of safety regulations will be available in January. A few things you can plan on are listed below: All persons who enter the rehearsal space will have their temperature taken. Persons with a temperature of 100.4F or higher will be sent home. All students will have access to hand sanitizer, hand washing stations, tissues, and appropriate garbage receptacles. Staff and Students are required to wear a mask, face shield, or face covering. Enlightened will provide masks to students who do not have access to them. According to the Public Health Division, children of any age should not wear a mask, face shield or face covering if they have a medical condition that makes it hard for them to breathe. Students will remain 6′ apart when they are on and off stage. If a student becomes sick (develops a new cough, stomach ache, fever) during camp hours, they will be taken to a private room with a supervisor until their parent/guardian can pick them up.
Please make sure to wear closed toed shoes and clothing that enables easy movement.
Attendance of all classes is preferred. If you need to miss a class day, please let us know in advance. Registration fees will not change due to absences.
Our rehearsals will take place in Salem’s Historic Grand Theatre and Brick Room.
Students will need to provide their own shoes (black dress/jazz/character shoes), undershirt (neutral colored tank top), and black pants.
There are no refunds within 7 days of the start of course.

At Enlightened Theatrics, we believe that the arts should be accessible to everyone. With the generous support of our donors, we are delighted to provide scholarships to those who present a financial need and an interest in the performing arts.
Apply for a scholarship here

More information about Safety and Logistics will be emailed to you prior to the Audition Date.