Drama Camp FAQ

Day-to-Day Operations

What should my child bring to camp? 

Campers should dress in comfortable clothing they can move in and wear sneakers. Each camper should bring a lunch (nut-free), 2 snacks, a water bottle, and a towel to sit on during lunch. Please label all personal belongings. 

What is the maximum number of students in a camp? 

Camps are capped at 8-16 students.  

What if I am transporting multiple campers with different drop-off/pick-up times? 

If you are transporting campers in camps with different drop-off and pick-up times, you can drop off all campers at the earliest drop-off time and pick up all campers at the latest pick-up time. Campers will be supervised by Alliance Theater drama camp staff if they are dropped off early or awaiting pick up. 

Will you provide aftercare? 

Aftercare will be provided at the Woodruff Arts Center and Museum School campuses until 6 PM. Aftercare is $25/day and can be purchased as an add-on to your camp purchase or by calling 404.733.4600.  

How will performances work? 

Final performances will be on Friday afternoons. More details will be provided in your Caregiver Packet.  

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Cancellation and Transfer Policy

Can I cancel my camp? 

A full refund is available with a 30-day notice prior to the start of the camp session for full-price purchases. Less than 30 days notice will result in a $100 drop fee. We do not offer refunds for camps purchased during the 40% Off One Day Sale. However, you may transfer camp sessions based on availability. 

Can I transfer to another camp session? 

Students may transfer camp sessions based on availability without a processing fee but will have to make up any cost difference if the camp tuitions are not equal. Transfer requests must be made with a 30-day notice prior to the start of the camp session. 

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COVID Safety Protocols

Safety for our students and staff is our top priority. The Alliance will continue to closely monitor local, state, and federal policies regarding indoor activities and plan our safety protocols accordingly. Learn more about our reopening plans

Are masks required? 

Masks are encouraged but not required for students. Masks are required for staff. 

Are camp staff vaccinated?    

The Woodruff Arts Center has implemented a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all staff and artists.  

Has your HVAC system been upgraded?  

Yes. The HVAC system in the Woodruff Arts Center has been upgraded. Our new ionization system provides a 99.4% reduction on COVID-19 within 30 minutes. 

What happens if a student or staff member experiences symptoms of COVID-19? 

If a student or staff member experiences COVID-19 symptoms while at camp, the individual will be immediately quarantined and sent home. In order to return to camp, the individual must be fever free for at least 24 hours and present a negative COVID-19 test.  

What happens if a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19? 

If a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19, the individual will be removed from campus. All families who have had contact with the individual will be notified by Alliance Theatre staff and advised of the following protocol: 

  • If the individual that tested positive was masking throughout the camp session, anyone the individual had contact with will be required to mask for the remainder of the camp session. 

  • If the individual that tested positive was NOT masking throughout the camp session, anyone the individual had contact with will be required to present proof of vaccination in order to return to camp. Additionally, anyone the individual had contact with will be required to mask for the remainder of the camp session. 

If a student is unable to return to camp due to COVID-19 exposure, the student will be offered a credit or refund for their remaining camp days or transferred to a future camp session if there is availability.  

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