WHEN May TBD
WHERE Rehearsals will be at the First United Methodist Church in Oberlin 45 S Professor St, Oberlin, OH 44074
WHO 7th – 12th grade students
WHAT Semester long training under Oberlin Opera Theater Professor Chris Mirto and Oberlin Students: Sagana Odnande, Marina Wright, and Callie
COST $100 registration fee requested
*Scholarships available upon request— please email email@example.com for more information.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Students are expected to participate in rehearsal activities and field trips, maintain a positive attitude and show respect for others at all times. Students will receive a Community Guidelines Agreement, on which specific rules will be outlined, to bring home to be signed by their parent/guardian. This must be returned to OCSP staff within two rehearsal periods after receiving this document. Students are expected to be on time and present for all rehearsals. If a student needs to miss a rehearsal or will be late to rehearsal, OCSP staff must be notified via email or note from home at least one day in advance (emergencies exempted). The Oberlin Children’s Shakespeare Project reserves the right to remove any student who violates behavioral and/or attendance standards without a refund.
At OCSP students will study physical theater and must dress appropriately. Students are to wear clothing that allows them to move freely and that they are comfortable potentially dirtying (i.e., nothing restrictively tight, oversized, delicate, or formal). Students must wear socks and closed toed shoes. Students with long hair must have hair pulled back and away from their faces. No dangling jewelry. If students are not dressed appropriately, they may be asked to change clothing or leave.
Students participate in the Oberlin Children’s Shakespeare Project at their own risk and waive the right to make any claims against OCSP for any injury, damage, or loss sustained while on the premises at First Methodist or Oberlin College. OCSP is not responsible for the theft, loss, or damage to students’ personal belongings.
OCSP staff members are not responsible for storing, distributing, or administering medication.
PHOTOGRAPHY AND PUBLICITY
OCSP activities and programs may be photographed, videotaped, or filmed for publicity and/or promotion of the Oberlin Children’s Shakespeare Project. Students who do not want to be photographed or filmed may submit a written statement to Eric Steggall, OCSP Executive Director.
Contact Eric Steggall, Executive Director at Eric@OberlinChildrensShakespeare.org.
The Oberlin Children’s Shakespeare Project does not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, religion, immigration status, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation.
Please complete this application and sign to accept its terms. Enrollment is not complete until you have received email confirmation of receipt of funds. The semester fee is $100 in cash or checks payable to the Oberlin Children’s Shakespeare Project or via the PayPal link below. Please mail checks to: Oberlin Children’s Shakespeare Project, P.O. Box 473, Oberlin, OH 44074. If necessary, you can request a $100 reduced fee or a fee waiver. The registration fee is non-refundable two weeks after the semester has begun.
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