Enrollment We maintain an extraordinary student:teacher ratio of 9 to 1, which you will not find in any other summer program in the area. Conservatory enrollment caps at 60 and every student is cast. The group of 60 will be broken into smaller groups to ensure differentiated instruction so that each student gets personalized training in voice, acting, and dance.
A students cannot be officially enrolled and attend classes until all fees are paid in full. Students will be enrolled on a first-come, first-served basis, and auditions are held the first week of the Conservatory.
Tuition Full tuition of $550 is due at the time of enrollment. Tuition covers the cost of Broadway scripts and royalties, university facility fees, theatre rental, sets, props, lighting, sound, video, costumes, and the stipends of instructors, professional designers, and staff. It does not cover lunches or tickets for final performance.
Refunds Because budget planning must be made prior to the opening of summer session, tuition can NOT be refunded for applications withdrawn after June 19th. Students who withdraw prior to June 19th will receive a refund of tuition paid minus a $75 administrative fee.
Late Pick Up Daily rehearsals and classes end at 12:00 p.m. or 1:00 p.m. Students 18 and under must be picked up by 1:15 p.m. After 12:15, parents will be charged $1.00 per minute for childcare unless they have made prior arrangements with the dean of students.
Attendance Theatre is interdependent by nature. The success of the Conservatory and our summer production are extremely dependent on attendance. Therefore ALL CAST MEMBERS MUST BE ON TIME. One person's tardiness can force an entire cast of twenty or more people to start late. Students who must be absent or tardy should call or text Dean Stephanie Jauregui in advance at 760. 899-2542.
Lunch/Snacks Students may bring their own snacks to conservatory to eat during mid-morning break. We recommend students eat something substantial before coming to conservatory.
Website Please visit us at www.greenroomtheatrecompany.org
Contact information Green Room Theatre Company P.O. Box 612, Palm Desert, CA 92261 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org telephone: 760-696-2546
Location of Classes Indian Wells Theatre and the adjacent Indian Wells Education Building, Room IW120 California State University, San Bernardino/Palm Desert Campus* 37-500 Cook St. Palm Desert, CA 92260 *Please note that we are not officially affiliated with Cal State San Bernardino Palm Desert Campus.
Dress Code Students are expected to dress according to reasonable standards mindful of the academic nature of the environment. Personal appearance and attire are expected to be neat and clean. Students should err on the side of modesty and good taste. Dress codes for actors and actresses:
Attire must be modest and in good taste.
No low-cut pants or skirts. No bare midriffs.
Undergarments of any kind must be hidden
Shoes must be worn at all times. No flip-flops.
No oversized apparel or ragged clothing allowed.
No ripped, torn, or excessively tight or baggy clothing
No swim wear.
No t-shirts with offensive logos or messages.
No excessively short skirts.
No hats during instruction and rehearsals.
Electronic Devices The use of cell phones, communication devices, electronic pocket games, and iPods is prohibited during class time. All such devices should be turned off and stored so as not to interrupt the learning process. We reserve the right to confiscate devices until parents are available to pick them up.
Gum Gum is not permitted. Water only during class time.
Harassment and Bullying Policy Green Room Theatre Conservatory commits to safety, security, and respect for all participants, and is committed to provide a learning environment that is free from harassment of any kind. All students and employees of Green Room Conservatory are forbidden from engaging in any such behavior directed at any member of the company. This policy also extends to any visitor or guest to Green Room Conservatory. We will treat allegations of harassment seriously and will review and investigate such allegations in a prompt, confidential, and thorough manner.
Internet Usage Policy Although internet access is available in the CSUSB bookstore lounge, students may not access the internet from these terminals due to safety concerns.
Parking DO NOT PARK WITHOUT A PARKING PASS OR YOU WILL BE TICKETED! If parents are briefly dropping off students for class they must circle around the loading area next to the Indian Wells Academic Building. Vehicles should not be left unattended. Parents should park and walk in with their studnet on the first day of conservatory. There are several parking options: 1. There is limited free 30 minute parking in front of the Rogers Gateway Building. 2. Across the street, you can park only on the public streets. Please observe all signs. Do not park in the restaurant parking across the street, your vehicle may be towed away. 3. You can park in regular university parking lot as long as you obtain a pass as follows: A. A new drive-up parking machine is in front of Lot A, off the main road. Parking fees are $2.50 for one hour, $5.00 for two hours, or $6.00 for the day. The machine gives you a pass. You can use a credit card. If you pay with cash, use exact change. If you pay with a larger bill you will need to come to the RG Administrative office and fill out a form; it takes about a week to get the refund. The campus is closed on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays during the summer so weekend rates apply. B. University Parking Semester Parking Pass - will be available soon. Historically these cost about $84. C. Parkmobile - Look for the green signs. You can register your car on the "virtual lot" by using your smart phone and paying by credit card on your cell phone each time you come on campus. This takes time to register; give yourself AMPLE TIME to do this. Do not try to do this when you are rushing to a show or event. D. COD Student/COD Staff parking pass – Valid parking passes from College of the Desert are honored.
DROP-OFF AND PICK UP POLICY Drop-Off Please escort and drop off your child in the lobby of the Indian Wells Building. Students can be dropped off as early as 30 minutes before class (i.e. a student who is attending 8:00-12:00 may be dropped off as early as 7:30 a.m.; a student attending 9:00-1:00 may be dropped off as early as 8:30 a.m.) If your child is dropped off earlier than specified times, Green Room is not responsible for your child since nobody will be here to supervise your child.
There will be one adult who greets parents and waits with students in the lobby, then escort students to their rooms. We respectfully ask that parents leave after the students head for their rooms so that we can start promptly. This ensures everyone’s success and focus in our class.
Pick Up Parents can either pick up their children in the lobby, or drive through the circular driveway to pick up curbside. Parents may not park or idle along the red zone of the driveway leading up to the circle, as it is a fire hazard. Depending on weather, students will either wait at the curb or in the IW building and watching through the glass. When they spot their parent's car, they may leave the lobby.
Late Pick Up Acting class ends at 12:00 and 1:00. Parents must pickup their child by 12:15 p.m. or 1:15 respectively. After late pick up, parent will be charged $1.00 per minute for late pick up. If you are running late be sure to text the pickup/drop-off monitor. This telephone number will be given on the first day of class.