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SCT DRAMA SCHOOL THEATRE ARTS EDUCATION FOR AGES 3 ½ -18


TAB LE OF CO NTENTS

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ARTS INTEGRATED PRESCHOOL AND HOMESCHOOL

CREATIVE DRAMA

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ACTING

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ELECTIVES

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DRAMA SCHOOL CLASS SCHEDULE

BREAK CAMPS

WHY J OI N THE

SCT DRAMA SCHOOL FAMI LY ?

The benefits of a theatre education are many, and are invaluable. From building self-confidence, to developing empathy, to honing problem solving skills, to making lifelong friendships—we could go on forever. Don’t just take our word for it, hear what some of our Drama School Families have to say.

Our family has done several programs for youth theater in the Seattle area...and your program has been the best we have participated in, hands down. The sense of community that you foster with the students is phenomenal.” –PARENT OF AN 8TH GRADER

Both of my children have formed bonds and friendships with their classmates. They have been influenced in so many positive ways. I cannot thank your program enough for helping to facilitate their growth as individuals.” –PARENT OF A KINDERGARTNER + 3RD GRADER

This was a phenomenal experience for my daughter! Thank you!”

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AUDITIONS

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BRING SCT TO YOUR SCHOOL

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REGISTRATION, POLICIES, AND EXTENDED CARE

–PARENT OF A FOUR-YEAR-OLD

[I would recommend SCT to a friend] because it’s so fun and it’s the first camp I’ve done by myself...and I got the opportunity to make super good friends.” –5TH GRADER


ARTS INTEGRATED PRESCHOOL AND HOMESCHOOL PROGRAMS CREATIVE ARTS FOR SMALL THESPIANS 1 (CAST 1) *

CREATIVE ARTS FOR SMALL THESPIANS 2 (CAST 2) *

Ages 4 – 5 We’ll dive into original, creative adventures using our bodies, voices, and imaginations to help characters solve problems in an imaginary world. When SCT productions are in performance, we’ll get a behind the scenes glimpse of the action. The age-appropriate themes from each show will inspire our curriculum. We’ll round out our imaginary adventures with art, science, and cooking projects.

Ages 5½ – 7 Building upon the foundation of CAST 1, we’ll dive deeper into story detail, the themes of which are inspired by current and age-appropriate SCT productions. We’ll even be treated to special backstage tours and actor visits for these shows. Our bodies, voices, and imaginations are our tools to help characters solve problems in original, imaginary adventures. We’ll round out our imaginary adventures with art, science, and cooking projects.

ACTING FOR HOMESCHOOL STUDENTS *

HOMESCHOOL PERFORMANCE PROJECT

Ages 8 – 12 We’ll introduce the fundamentals of acting, including objectives and obstacles, voice and movement, and the importance of risk-taking and trust building.

ID

CLASS

Ages 8 – 14 We’ll take our acting and storytelling skills to the next level by rehearsing and performing an in-studio performance of a play, working with scripts especially suited to the young actors each session.

AGES

TUESDAY

THURSDAY

FALL

WINTER

SPRING

210

CAST 1

Ages 4 – 5

10am-12:30pm

10am-12:30pm

$615

$615

$470

220

CAST 2

Ages 5 ½ – 7

10am-2:00pm

10am-2:00pm

$825

$825

$625

230

Acting for Homeschool

Ages 8 – 12

10am-12:30pm

x

$285

$285

$215

430

Homeschool Performance Project

Ages 8 – 14

x

10am-12:30pm

$285

$285

$215

Fall Session: September 18 – December 6 (No class November 21 – 23) Winter Session: January 8 – March 28 (No class February 19 – 21) Spring Session: April 16 – June 6 Extended Care is available for CAST 1 and Acting for Homeschool Students from 12:30 – 2pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays for $12 a day. *This class will get to see the age-appropriate SCT Productions that take place during class session. Seattle Children’s Theatre Drama School 2018-2019

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CREATIVE DRAMA STORY DRAMA

Ages 3½ – 4½ Beloved children’s books serve as launching pads for our dramatic adventures. We’ll work together to create new characters, dramatic situations, and exciting opportunities for creative and heroic problem solving.

TREASURE TRUNK THEATRE

Ages 4 – 5 We’ll open our treasure trunk to discover something mysterious and exciting that inspires each day’s interactive adventure. Learning to band together as an ensemble, we’ll use our voices, bodies, and imaginations to create the characters that inhabit the tales we weave together, and overcome the dramatic challenges that await us.

MAGIC DOORWAY

Ages 4 – 5 The magic doorway is our ticket to explore a fantastical place full of clues left by colorful and mysterious characters. Each day we’ll work together to discover new ways of using our voices, bodies, and imaginations to tell and create a story. At the end of each class, we’ll cross back through the doorway, piece together our clues, and take one more step toward solving our mystery.

R E A D Y, S E T , P L AY ! Jumpstart your child’s creative ed ucation

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DRAMATIC IMAGINATION

Grades 1 – 2 We’ll act as an ensemble as we create characters and solve problems in our own imaginary world. Our bodies and voices will be our instruments as we work together to tell our original, collective tales. Along the way, music, art, and props will inspire our dramatic role-playing and give life to our imaginary world.

THEATRE EXPLORATION

Grades 1 – 2 We’ll fully immerse ourselves in the world of theatre arts, from costumes to props to scenery, and of course, acting. We‘ll create our own studio-theatre projects, inspired by the magic we see backstage at SCT.

WA N T MORE?

THEATRE FOR THE VERY YOUNG WORKSHOPS Bring SCT to your community and get ready to play! This specialized workshop incorporates storytelling, dramatic play, movement, and music to enhance learning. Together, children will grow their social, motor, and creative problem solving skills while exploring prominent themes in a classic children’s book. More information can be found on page 13.

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ACTING ACTING

Grades 3 – 4 | 3 – 5 | 4 – 6 | 6 – 10 In this fast-paced class, we’ll be learning the fundamentals of stage acting through energetic theatre games and exercises. We’ll tackle the question every actor must ask themselves: “What’s my objective?” From there, we’ll explore the tactics involved in achieving said objectives. Acting classes are designed to meet each student where they are, and support their progression accordingly. For students new to actor training, we recommend two sessions of Acting due to the progressive nature of the class. For more advanced students, please call the Drama School at 206.859.4040 to discuss a placement audition.

ACTING 2

Grades 4 – 6 | 6 – 12 We’ll take what we’ve built in Acting and sink our teeth into script work to create fully realized, layered characters. We’ll dig deep to uncover character objectives, obstacles, and tactics by analyzing a script. Students will memorize, rehearse, and perform a sample of their work on the last day of class. In Fall Session, we’ll focus on script analysis; in Winter Session, the emphasis will be on group scenes and monologues. Please note that Acting 2 is not offered in Spring Session. Prerequisite: Take two sessions of Acting or pass a placement audition to take Acting 2. Acting Camps count as a session of Acting.

ACTING 3

Grades 5 – 8 We’ll broaden and deepen our understanding of acting technique as we tackle more complex scripts, skills, and concepts. Acting 3 builds on the fundamental principles introduced in Acting and Acting 2: pursuing objectives, overcoming obstacles, and building characters using voice, body, and imagination. In Fall Session we’ll focus on subtext: the powerful objectives, actions, and emotions that lie beneath the text. In Winter Session, the emphasis will be on monologues and audition technique. In Spring Session, we’ll take on Shakespeare and other classical texts. Prerequisite: Take two sessions of Acting 2 or pass an audition to take Acting 3.

ADVANCED TRAINING INTENSIVE Grades 9 – 12 For students hungry to further develop their acting chops, this is the place to be. Focusing on character development and advanced scene study, students will be challenged to break out of their comfort zones and immerse themselves in various acting styles.

In Fall Session, we’ll focus on character development and scene study. In Winter Session, the emphasis will be on classical scenes. In Spring Session, we’ll focus on short plays. Prerequisite: Advanced Training Intensive is audition only. For audition dates visit page 12.

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ELECTIVES MUSICAL THEATRE

Grades 4 – 6 | 6 – 12 Triple threat time! We’ll tackle challenging (and fun!) harmonies, choreography, and scene work, pushing ourselves both physically and vocally.

IMPROV

Grades 3 – 5 | 6 – 12 In this fast-paced, creative environment, we’ll learn the fundamentals of improv, beginning with the all-important adage “yes, and…” From there, we’ll learn how to create stories without scripts or rehearsal using a wide variety of improv techniques, formats, and games. Warning: this art form is highly addictive.

PHYSICAL COMEDY

Grades 3 – 4 | 4 – 6 From pratfalls and Iazzi (comic bits based on Commedia Dell’arte) to exaggerated facial and physical reactions, onstage hilarity is bound to ensue in this comedy based class. We’ll develop our own comic bits, develop characters, and work our newfound hilarious skills to bring down the house!

NEW WORK

Grades 3 – 6 | 6 – 12 We’ll work as an ensemble to brainstorm our ideas that we’ll develop into a new short play: creating plots, developing characters, and adding technical elements like set, props, and costumes. Students will get their choice of hands-on experience in designing, directing, running tech, and taking center stage!

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SCHOOL YEAR SCHEDULE

SEASON W OV E RV I E

FALL

WINTER

SPRING

MONDAY

October 1 – December 10 No class 11/19

January 7 – March 25 No class 1/21 or 2/18

April 22 – May 20

TUESDAY

October 2 – December 11 No class 11/20

January 8 – March 19 No class 2/19

April 23 – May 21

WEDNESDAY

September 26 – December 12 No class 10/31 or 11/21

January 9 – March 20 No class 2/20

April 24 – May 22

THURSDAY

September 27 – December 6 No class 11/22

January 10 – March 21 No class 2/21

April 25 – May 23

SATURDAY

September 29 – December 8 No class 11/24

January 12 – March 23 No class 2/16

April 20 – May 18

FIC BY S P E C I CLASS

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SATURDAY

THURSDAY

WED

TUESDAY

MONDAY

ID

CLASS

AGE/GRADE

TIME

FALL

WINTER

SPRING

153

Acting 3

GR 5 – 8

6:30-8:30

$240

$240

$155

161

Acting

GR 6 – 10

6:30-8:00

$200

$200

x

162

Improv

GR 6 – 10

6:30-8:00

x

x

$115

194

Advanced Training Intensive

GR 9 – 12

6:00-8:30

$275

$275

$165

211

Magic Doorway

AGES 41/2 – K

4:15-5:15

$160

$160

$95

221

Dramatic Imagination

GR 1 – 2

4:15-5:15

$160

$160

$95

231

Acting

GR 3 – 5

6:00-7:30

$200

$200

x

232

Improv

GR 3 – 5

6:00-7:30

x

x

$115

311

Treasure Trunk Theatre

AGES 41/2 – K

4:30-5:30

$160

$160

$95

331

Acting

GR 3 – 5

6:00-7:30

$200

$200

x

431

Acting

GR 3 – 5

4:30-6:00

$200

$200

x

432

New Work

GR 3 – 6

6:00-8:00

x

x

$115

442

Acting 2

GR 4 – 6

6:00-8:00

$240

$240

x

601

Story Drama

AGES 31/2 – 41/2

9:30-10:30

$160

$160

$95

602

Story Drama

AGES 31/2 – 41/2

11:00-12:00

$160

$160

$95

611

Treasure Trunk Theatre

AGES 41/2 – K

9:30-10:30

$160

$160

$95

612

Treasure Trunk Theatre

AGES 41/2 – K

11:00-12:00

$160

$160

$95

613

Magic Doorway

AGES 41/2 – K

9:30-10:30

x

x

$95

615

Dramatic Imagination

GR 1 – 2

11:00-12:00

$160

$160

$95

621

Theatre Exploration

GR 1 – 2

9:00-10:30

$200

$200

$115

631

Acting

GR 3 – 4

9:15-10:45

$200

$200

x

632

Physical Comedy

GR 3 – 4

9:15-10:45

x

x

$115

641

Acting

GR 4 – 6

11:15-12:45

$200

$200

x

642

Musical Theatre

GR 4 – 6

9:00-11:00

$255

$255

$200

643

Physical Comedy

GR 4 – 6

11:15-12:45

x

x

$115

661

Acting

GR 6 – 10

9:15-10:45

$200

$200

x

662

Acting 2

GR 6 – 12

9:00-11:00

$240

$240

x

665

Improv

GR 6 – 12

11:15-12:45

$200

$200

x

669

Musical Theatre

GR 6 – 12

11:30-1:30

$255

$255

$200

667

New Work

GR 6 – 12

11:15-12:45

x

x

$115

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BREAK CAMPS CREATIVE DRAMA CAMPS

9am-4pm | Grades K – 2 | 1 – 2 We’ll be spending our days fully engaged, learning, and having fun through a variety of activities. A creative drama teacher kicks off the day with warmups, ensemble building exercises, and imaginative exploration. A specialist teacher ends the day with art projects and other activities related to the theme.

A PLAY IN A DAY

9am-4pm | Grades 3 – 5 Is this even possible? It sure is, and we can’t wait to show you how it’s done. We’ll get creative, inventive, and expressive as we delve into the zany process of devising a play in one day. We will take a story, deconstruct it, add our own input and twists, throw in whatever technical elements we can—props, music, sound, and costumes— and perform it! It’s an exciting, confidence-building process, culminating in a final product in which we can all take pride. At the end of the day, we’ll share our work for family, friends, and of course, the always-enthusiastic campers from our younger day camps.

ACTING CAMP

9am-4pm | Grades 3 – 5 Our days will be split between core Acting curriculum and specialized training in either Improv, Musical Theatre, Physical Comedy, Stage Combat, or Shakespeare.

PERFORMANCE LAB

9am-4pm | Grades 4 – 6 | 6 – 12 We’ll incorporate Acting training as we rehearse and present a play in one of our rehearsal studios. The plays will be those which we will perform in our 2019 Summer Season, to be announced in December 2018.

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ONE-DAY SEMINARS

9am-4pm | Grades 6 – 12 These exciting, action packed one-day seminars are open to students of all levels. ACTING FOR THE CAMERA We’ll explore on-screen acting techniques and learn how to relate to a camera as a scene partner. Scene work will be recorded, and we’ll have to opportunity to view our work and discuss.

IMPROV

STAGE COMBAT

STAGE MAKEUP

In this fast-paced environment, we’ll learn the fundamentals of improvisation. Beginning with the improv adage “yes, and…” we’ll learn how to create stories without scripts or rehearsal using a wide variety of techniques.

We’ll learn the essential moves and skills for onstage combat, including convincing falls, slaps, and other fight moves in a safe environment.

We’ll learn how to exaggerate, diminish, and create facial features to help an actor portray a character. We’ll also try our hand at special-effects makeup like bruises, wounds, and fantasy creatures.

NOV WINTER JAN MID-WINTER SPRING BREAK

BREAK CAMP SCHEDULE

OCT

ID

*

TA K E 3 K IN A W E E FOR A T! D IS C O U N

THEMES

AUDITION AND MUSICAL THEATRE AUDITION We’ll practice how to ace auditions. We’ll learn tips and tricks and practice audition techniques with provided resources and monologues.

GRADES

DAY

TUITION

NS1

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

GR 1 – 2

Oct 12

$85

NS2

A Play in a Day

GR 3 – 5

Oct 12

$85

NB1

The Velveteen Rabbit*

GR 1 – 2

Nov 19-21

$255

NB2

Acting Camp: Stage Combat*

GR 3 – 5

Nov 19-21

$255

WB1

The Velveteen Rabbit*

GR 1 – 2

Dec 26-28

$255

WB2

Acting Camp: Improv*

GR 3 – 5

Dec 26-28

$255

WD1

Improv

GR 6 – 12

Dec 26

$85

WD2

Audition

GR 6 – 12

Dec 27

$85

WD3

Stage Make-Up

GR 6 – 12

Dec 28

$105

WB3

Winterfest

GR 1 – 2

Jan 2-4

$255

WB4

Acting Camp: Improv

GR 3 – 5

Jan 2-4

$255

WD6

Stage Combat

GR 6 – 12

Jan 2

$85

WD7

Acting for the Camera

GR 6 – 12

Jan 3

$85

WD8

Musical Theatre Audition

GR 6 – 12

Jan 4

$85

MD1

Lucia the Luchadora

GR 1 – 2

Jan 30

$85

MD2

A Play in a Day

GR 3 – 5

Jan 30

$85

MB1

Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane*

K – GR 2

Feb 19-22

$325

MB2

Acting Camp: Musical Theatre*

GR 3 – 5

Feb 19-22

$325

MB1ST

Pet Detectives

K – GR 2

Feb 19-22

$360

MB2ST

Acting Camp: Shakespeare

GR 3 – 5

Feb 19-22

$360

SB1ST

Circus Sleuths

K – GR 2

Apr 8-12

$440

SB2ST

Acting Camp: Physical Comedy

GR 3 – 5

Apr 8-12

$440

SB3

Balloonacy*

K – GR 2

Apr 8-12

$395

SB4

Acting Camp: Physical Comedy*

GR 3 – 5

Apr 8-12

$395

SB5

Performance Lab

GR 4 – 6

Apr 8-12

$395

SB6

Performance Lab

GR 6 – 12

Apr 8-12

$395

This camp will see the age-appropriate Mainstage show with a backstage tour and actor visit.

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AUDITIONS CLASS PLACEMENT AUDITIONS For students interested in advanced classes but who have not completed the prerequisites, we offer placement auditions. At the audition, students will be asked to demonstrate the skills appropriate to the class: Acting 2, Acting 3, ATI: Present a memorized monologue one minute long. Fall Auditions: September 11 & 13, 4-6pm Winter Auditions: December 11 & 13, 4-6pm Spring Auditions: April 2 & 11, 4-6pm Please call 206.859.4040 to schedule your audition.

AUDITION WORKSHOPS We’ll dive into the nitty-gritty of preparing for theatre auditions. We’ll gain hands-on experience with trusted audition techniques. Students will receive a comprehensive, up-to-date packet of audition tips and resources.

ED S TAY T U N E! FOR MOR

SUMMER SEASON 2019 Each summer, we present our Summer Season as a chance to showcase the amazing students we have in our program. The Summer Season 2019 lineup will be announced in December 2018 and auditions will be held in March and April 2019. For questions about our Summer Season, please contact the Drama School at 206.859.4040.

Spring 2019 will feature three General and three Musical Theatre Audition Workshops. General Audition Workshops will include monologue and cold–reading audition technique; Musical Theatre Workshops include singing with a piano accompanist as well as monologue technique. Workshops are geared for students entering 4th grade in Fall 2019 through age 21. Parents are welcome to attend at no additional charge. Call 206.859.4040 or visit sct.org/school/classes to reserve your place! GENERAL AUDITION WORKSHOPS Tuesday, March 5 4:30-6pm Saturday, March 9 1:30-3pm Saturday, March 9 3:30-5pm Tuition: $20 per student MUSICAL THEATRE Thursday, March 7 Saturday, March 9 Saturday, March 9

AUDITION WORKSHOPS 4-6pm 1-3pm 3:30-5:30pm

Tuition: $30 per student

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...AND MORE! BRING SCT TO YOUR SCHOOL Yes, we will come to you! Whether you are a parent who loves SCT or an educator who has felt the impact that theatre and SCT has on your students, we can make it happen. Purchase a workshop for your child’s class or for your students, and get ready to stretch your imaginations, dive into fundamentals of stage acting, explore storytelling, and have a ridiculous amount of fun. We’re here to grow the hearts and minds of children from ages 2-21. For more info, please visit sct.org/workshops, call 206.443.0807 ext: 1123, or email educationoutreach@sct.org. *Workshop cost is $100 per hour for up to 30 participants and requires the hosting classroom educator be present. Travel fees may be added to locations outside of the Seattle city limits. Financial assistance is available. For an application please email educationoutreach@sct.org.

SUPPORT DRAMA SCHOOL AT SCT! Your donations help the Drama School provide scholarships and outreach activities in the community. Becoming a member of our donor family can also give you access to some great Drama School benefits!

T-SHIRTS AND SWEATSHIRTS Purchase a t-shirt or hooded sweatshirt and give back to students in need. All profits of these sales go towards Drama School scholarships, ensuring that all students have access to Drama School classes. If you order a t-shirt or hooded sweatshirt when you register for classes, you will receive it on the first day of class. T-shirts cost $15, hooded sweatshirts cost $30, or purchase both for $40.

G E T YO UR S C T SW AG

Call the Development Office to find out more at 206.859.4007.

SUBSCRIBE You can continue the dramatic adventures throughout the year with SCT’s Mainstage Season. Drama School families receive 10% off subscriptions and subscribers receive 5% off Summer Drama School classes and 10% off School Year Drama School classes! Call the Box Office at 206.441.3322 or visit sct.org to purchase tickets to our Mainstage Season.

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REGISTRATION, POLICIES, AND EXTENDED CARE REGISTRATION AND CLASS CONFIRMATION

All registrations are processed in the order they are received. Registrations are accepted as long as space is available or until the second time a class meets, whichever comes first. We will send you a receipt within two business days. You will also receive an email confirmation with class details approximately 3 - 4 weeks before your class starts. If there are any other concerns regarding your registration, we will contact you within two business days. We do not offer prorated tuition.

REGISTRATION FEE

To secure space in a class, a non-refundable registration fee is included in the tuition price. Fees are $25 per class, $50 for full-day classes and camps, and $100 for CAST, Summer Season, and Young Actor Institute. Tuition must be paid in full at the time of registration or a payment plan must be arranged.

RULES AND STUFF: ALL THE NECESSARY THINGS TO HELP SCT DRAMA SCHOOL RUN SMOOTHLY We are thrilled to have your kids in class. To ensure that everyone has the best possible experience, we ask that you review the following for a seamless, satisfying SCT Drama School experience. Thank you; we couldn’t do it without you!

MEDICAL AND MEDIA LIABILITY RELEASE FORM

Once you have registered, please submit the SCT Media & Emergency Treatment/Liability Release for each of your students. This form is available online and in your confirmation email. This form will be valid for one year from the date submitted, but you are free to re-submit this form anytime you feel you need to make changes to your media permissions or medical information. We will prompt you for an updated form each time the form expires.

ATTENDANCE

Since students depend on their scene partners to rehearse, attendance for all sessions is necessary, with the exception of illness or emergency. If your child is going to be late or has to miss class, please alert the Drama School as soon as possible.

CLASS SHARING PRESENTATIONS

Most SCT Drama School classes are process-oriented and do not culminate in a performance. However, time is set aside on the last day of many programs for students to share some of what they have learned in the class and demonstrate the process of theatre education. We invite friends and family to attend. You will receive more information on the first day.

LATE PICK-UP POLICY:

Students are expected to be picked up from class on time. If you are more than 15 minutes late to pick up your student from class and we are offering extended care, your child will be automatically enrolled and you will be responsible for the full fee. If we are not offering extended care, you will be charged the following late fees: $1.00 per minute for every minute you are late between 15 and 30 minutes after class has concluded. If you arrive more than 30 minutes late, fees increase to $3.00 per minute. Late fees are to be paid by cash, check, or credit card at the time of pick-up. Please call the Drama School office if you are running late: 206.859.4040.

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CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS

FINANCIAL AID

• Payment plans: You are welcome to split tuition into two or three installments. Call the Drama School to make arrangements.

If your registration is canceled at least two weeks before the class begins, we will refund tuition less the registration fee—$25 per class, $50 for full-day classes and camps. If your registration for Summer Season, YAI, or CAST is canceled at least one month before class, YAI or Summer Season rehearsals start, we will refund tuition less a $100 fee. If your registration is canceled less than two weeks before the class starts or one month before CAST, YAI, or Summer Season rehearsals start, no refund will be given. Any tuition paid for the canceled class, minus the registration fee, becomes a gift certificate which can be applied to either Drama School tuition through the 2018-2019 school year or tickets for the 2018-2019 Mainstage Season.

Cancellation by SCT: We reserve the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment. Any tuition paid will be refunded in full, including the registration fee.

Should you decide that you do not want to continue after attending the first day of class, let us know before the second class and we will refund your payment, minus the registration fee. After the second day of class, we will not make any tuition or enrollment adjustments. This policy does not apply to YAI or Summer Season shows.

If we do not receive prior cancellation notice and you do not attend the first day of class, no refund or credit will be given.

• Scholarships: An application and deposit are required. Our criteria are partially based on the HUD income guidelines for King County. Scholarships cover 20%70% of total tuition. You may apply for financial aid online by visiting sct.org/school/financial-aid, or call the drama school at 206.859.4040 for more information.

BLUE STAR THEATRE DISCOUNTS

SCT Drama School offers a 10% discount on all School Year classes and a 5% discount on all Summer classes to active duty and veteran military personnel and their immediate families. To register with this discount please call the Drama School at 206.859.4040. After registering, a valid military ID must be presented within 7 days to ensure the discounted rate. After 7 days, the discount will be removed and the full price will be charged.

ST. THOMAS SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM

Full-day Camps at St. Thomas School include lunch and two snacks. A team of chefs creates detailed menus, ensuring delicious meals for everyone regardless of allergies and dietary restrictions. The cost is included in tuition. Menus can be viewed at stthomasschool.org/student-life/dining-program. 

SWITCHING CLASSES

You may switch from one class to another more than two weeks before the class begins without incurring an additional registration fee. If you switch less than two weeks before the beginning of the class, you must pay the additional registration fee of $25 per class or $50 for a full-day program.

WAIT LISTS

We will keep a wait list for any full class. Waitlists are notified of open spots in the order they are received.

BREAK CAMP EXTENDED CARE

To sign up for extended care, call us at 206.859.4040. Students must be registered for morning extended care by the Wednesday before the class starts. SCT Classes and Camps at Seattle Center Mornings start at 8am for any class that begins by 9:30am $55/week or $12/day Afternoons from 4 until 5:30pm $55/week or $12/day St. Thomas School Classes and Camps

RETURNED CHECKS

A $20 service charge will be attached to any check returned by the bank due to insufficient funds.

Afternoons until 6pm $60/week or $14/day

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201 Thomas Street, Seattle WA 98109 SCT.ORG

206 . 859.4040

COURTNEY SALE Artistic Director KEVIN MALGESINI Managing Director LINDA J. HARTZELL Artistic Director, Emerita MEREDITH BERLIN Arts Based Learning Program Assistant LAURA KNOTE Associate Director of Education, Drama School SCOTT KOH Arts Based Learning Program Manager SARAH LLOYD Education Specialist TIFFANY MALTOS Associate Director of Education, Outreach CARLY MUNGOVAN Education Administrative Manager

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