This form is only to assess interest. By filling out this form, there is no committment at this time. Lot of details still being figured out so more information will be forthcoming depending on level of interest and the availablity of costumes and participants. A group entry will be submitted by Sunday, May 19, 2019.
Expect:For UpStage Players cast, crew and family only:Costumes from Lion King, Jr. only. so SAVE YOUR COSTUMES AFTER THE SHOW!!!
About an hour to walk a mile around the circle. It is not required for parents to march but non participating parents must drop off and pick up their child immediately before and after the parade. Parents who want to participate can walk with children but must be in costume (see Parade Guidelines below).
Non refundable parade Registration fees will be generously covered by UpStage ($5 per child, $10 for adult) if this form is filled out by April 15, 2019.
Not all costumes may work out so paraders should be ready for adaptations. Below are additional Parade Guideline for reference. Please email me with any questions.
Thank you. Siu Yan Scottsyscott@gmail.com
2019 PARADE GUIDELINESPlease adhere to the following: Everyone must be in costume, including parents and staff accompanying children. All entries must be handmade and people powered. Motorized vehicles (other than wheelchairs) and live animals(other than working animals) are not permitted. No written words are allowed. Entries should not propagandize a particular political or religious belief. Entries and costumes must be non-commercial. No identifiable logos are allowed. No T-shirts with words,registered trademarks, logos, or cartoon characters may be worn. Uniforms representing organized teams, troops,school or civic organizations may not be worn. No distribution of leaflets or flyers during the parade or along the parade route. Children under 15 must be accompanied by someone older. All parade participants participate at their own risk. Written waivers are required for all parade participants.
For more detailed information, see:http://www.clevelandart.org/learn/community-arts