Rehearsal Day Committees

Rehearsal Coordinator 

We need 1-2 adults to serve on this committee. These adults should plan to be present anywhere from 50%-60% of the rehearsal time. Your work will begin at the very first rehearsal and continue through the duration of the show. 

This position reports to the Production Manager.


Because this is a shared position, a person signing up for this job must choose which of these options will work with your schedule when signing up:

The Rehearsal Coordinators’ duties include: 

Responsibilities of the Student Rehearsal Team

Students should plan to stay after the end of the rehearsal day when scheduled for clean-up regardless of what time they are personally done with rehearsal.

RaiseRight Coordinator

This committee will consist of one RaiseRight Coordinator for all cities.  This committee will accept and place gift card orders on behalf of HPA families. This committee needs a detail-oriented person who has access and is comfortable on a computer and can accurately manage money and gift cards. Coordinator is also expected to serve up to 3 performances by assisting in the box office for an hour prior to show and selling concessions during intermission. You can learn more about RaiseRight at 


Some key responsibilities of this position include:

Rehearsal Accompanist

A rehearsal pianist should be available for at least 60% of the rehearsal hours.  We will work with you regarding your specific time preferences for rehearsal scheduling (mornings, afternoons, weeks off, etc.).

This position reports to the Director.


The Rehearsal Accompanist assists the directors during vocal training and the choreographer during choreography lessons. The accompanist must have a high level of proficiency on the piano and should feel comfortable playing confidently with a strong hand. The accompanist may be asked to play in the orchestra during show week. 

Requirements of this committee include:


This position reports to the Assistant Director.

A choreographer for the show must have dance or choreography experience.  A choreographer meets with the directors for creative direction then designs the choreography and teaches it to the cast members.  A choreographer should be available for the majority of the rehearsal time most rehearsal days.