PHOTO GALLERY: TRYPS Children's Theater prepares for 'Hairspray' performance

Wednesday, July 6, 2011 | 8:45 p.m. CDT; updated 5:03 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 19, 2011
From left, actors Alexis Decker, Carly Fischer, Katherine Gardner and Gracie Strawn help each other into costumes in the girls' dressing room during a TRYPS dress rehearsal of "Hairspray" on Wednesday at Rock Bridge High School.

The TRYPS Children's Theater cast and crew of "Hairspray" prepared for the opening of the production with a dress rehearsal and last-minute set production on the day before the curtain was scheduled to rise at Rock Bridge High School. Public performances begin at 7 p.m. Thursday evening and run through Saturday with a matinee performance at 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $7, and lap seat tickets for children under 2 years are $3.


The TRYPS cast of "Hairspray" listens to notes from choreographer Tamra Walker after a dress rehearsal on the day before the production is scheduled to open.
Stage Manager Nicholas Page puts another layer of blue paint on a "Motor Mouth Maybelle" sign on Wednesday. The sign is part of the set for the TRYPS production of "Hairspray" at Rock Bridge High School. Page said he had been painting and touching up all week for the production's opening.
Caitlin Rowland as Tracy Turnblad and Mason Scott as Link Larkin sing "You Can’t Stop the Beat" during a Wednesday dress rehearsal of the TRYPS production of "Hairspray" at Rock Bridge High School.
Wigs complete with curlers wait on Wednesday in the ladies' dressing room for actresses in the TRYPS production of "Hairspray" at Rock Bridge High School. The show opens Thursday and will run for four days.

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