Henry Sibley Seeks Props for 'Legally Blonde'

The show requires a camper, golf cart and multiple beauty salon chairs, among other things.

This spring, is going blonde.

The school will perform "Legally Blonde: The Musical" in late April.

However, the cast can’t tell the story of plucky sorority-girl-turned-law-student Elle Woods without the right props.

“We have great and talented students and having the props to support them and the show is very important,” said Dann Hurlbert, who teaches film studies at Sibley and is directing the musical.

Sibley students are looking to the Mendota Heights community to help.

In particular, the show’s crew is seeking a rundown camper or trailer, an elegant park bench and light post, a golf cart, an array of beauty salon accessories and anything pink that could ostensibly belong in a dorm room.

Donations are preferred, but loans can be negotiated. The prop loan period spans two to three weeks in mid-April.

“Having more props really gets the audience involved,” said Heidi Walsh, the musical’s assistant director. “We’re always open to donations.”

To donate or loan a prop, contact Hurlbert at 651-403-7394.

Below is a full prop list for the show: 

Clothes - donation only

Pink furniture and bedding - donation only

Golf cart - loan or donation

Picture frames - donation only

Hair and nail salon appliances, accessories and equipment - loan or donation

Two hooded hair dryer chairs - loan or donation

20 jump ropes (not plastic, medium to heavy weight) - loan or donation

Two medium to large coolers - donation only

Seven briefcases - loan or donation

Dry cleaning service - donation

Three gift boxes of 12 roses (real or artificial) - donations only

Two or three travel-sized suitcases - donations only

A pedestal sink - loan or donation

A pull-behind trailer (preferably low quality) - loan or donation

Gift cards to Menards, Home Depot, Ace Hardware, Twin Cities Magic or Sweeney Cleaners - donations only


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