So in the modern era, when schools put on plays they just order a bunch of premade costumes from some Amazon site? And if the costumes don't show up, the play is ruined, so thank goodness for FedEx because they'll get replacement costumes to the school in a hurry?
I'm pretty sure that when schools put on productions in the past, part of the production included- well, producing the costumes. At this age, the kids- with a lot of help from their parents- would make the costumes. In High School productions (at least, the ones organized by our school) a group of artistic kids are responsible for costume and set design and construction. What else is pre-purchased for kiddie productions these days? Are the backgrounds prefab too? Are the scripts produced by some company in California, or an AI program, or what?
Or do the makers of this commercial just have no idea how these things work?