Actor: $550 per child to include 10 tickets ($20 each) to the show.  It is mandatory that you take 10 tickets.  
For example:  You cannot pay $350 for enrollment and purchase 5 tickets for the show.  
You can keep or sell your tickets….but you are committed to 10 tickets.

Siblings: $300 …siblings receive a $50 discount on tuition and are not liable for or given an additional 10 tickets …

Friends discount: recommend a friend and receive a $50 discount on your tuition

Wow, that’s a lot of money. What does that pay for?

Rehearsal space and theatre rental; props, costumes, printing, publicity, set construction, lighting and sound equipment, specialized technicians, non-parent personnel and many other expenses. We are probably the least expensive drama program around because all the parents involved volunteer their services without payment. We have kept the same registration fee for years.


Two weekends:
December 6th, 7th, 8th (Fri & Sat evenings, Saturday & Sunday matinee)
December 13th, 14th and 15th (Fri & Sat evenings, Saturday & Sunday matinee)

Friday and Saturday shows at 7:00pm
Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2pm


Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6-9:00pm; Sundays 2-6pm.

What is expected from actors?

Commitment, focus and a positive attitude.
Respect for the material, the process, the staff and their fellow actors.
Missing a rehearsal during TECH-WEEK (11/30 to 12/5) is unacceptable.

What is expected from parents?

Attend Parent Orientation. (MANDATORY)
Donate four hours of time to a particular department (props, sets, costumes, make-up, etc.)
Work at least one performance (tickets, house, costumes, make-up, etc.)

Donate food and/or beverages for concessions (100% participation!)