SUMMER CAMP FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the early tuition fees?
If you sign up before June 1st, the tuition fee is $250 per participant and $200 for every additional family member for the K-9 camp. If you sign up before June 1st, the tuition fee is $200 per participant and $150 for every additional family member for the high school camp.
What are the regular tuition fees?
After June 1st the tuition fee is $300 per participant, and $250 for every additional family member for the K-9 camp. After June 1st the tuition fee is $250 per participant, and $200 for every additional family member for the high school camp.
What does the tuition fee include?
The tuition fee includes 1 commemorative T-shirt per participant, a video recording of the show and dinner in-between shows. This also covers the performance royalties, sets, props, lighting, sound and any other materials pertaining to the camp.
What is your program refund policy?
Cancellations are subject to a $50 fee. Refunds may be given at the discretion of the producers, but absolutely no refunds will be issued after the first day of camp.
Do you offer tuition assistance?
There is assistance available for our camps. These scholarships are awarded to families who complete our financial aid application form. Although it is Theatre Scrapbook’s mission to help ensure that no family finds the cost of tuition prohibitive for their child to participate, financial aid is limited per camp session.
My child has a conflict with a show, can they still participate?
If your child has a conflict with the show date and will not be able to perform we do not recommend that you sign your child up for the program. Not seeing the program through is unfortunate because your child won’t receive the best possible experience and complicates the experience for those who are on stage with your child when they are suddenly missing.
What is the admission for the shows?
There is no admission for the shows. The tuition fee is meant to cover the costs of the production fees. Therefore all get into the show for free and seating is general admission.