Broadway West’s Studio Rules


Broadway West’s Studio Rules


CLASSROOM ETIQUETTE
Proper classroom etiquette is so important to the education and training of our students.
Please be prompt in arriving, late students disrupt the class and miss very important warm up exercises.
If a student needs to leave the classroom before the class has finished, h/she must ask to be excused by the instructor. Please do so discretely so you do not disrupt the class.
No gum chewing, eating, or drinking in class. Water is okay. No cell phones during class.
Always show respect to the teacher.
Please refrain from “dancing ahead when reviewing or relearning choreography.
Your eyes and all your attention must always be on the teacher.
Be appreciative of corrections and earnestly apply them.
Be kind to your classmates. Displays of temper and disrespect are unacceptable.
When class is finished, please clap and thank the teacher for the class.
Do not leave anything behind.
STUDIO ETIQUETTE AND POLICIES
Upon entering the facility, all students, staff, and parents are expected to have a positive and professional attitude.
Profanity, gossip, and disruptive behavior will not be tolerated at Broadway West studios or Winchester Players.
Students must be properly dressed and ready before entering the studio.
Please use the restrooms before entering the studio to avoid loss of class time.
Inform the teacher before class if you are taking your child out early.
Students are expected to be in class every week.
Knock before entering a classroom if the class has already started.
Please drop off and pick up students on time.
Siblings must be supervised and kept under control and safe.
ATTENDENCE/TARDINESS
Consistent attendance is expected. In order for your child to progress and benefit from their training, participation is required.
No refunds on tuition. Make up classes may be scheduled and taken within 2 weeks of the missed class
Absenteeism affects the entire class and the group’s choreography. Students are responsible for knowing the missed material by consulting a classmate or scheduling a private lesson.
Students may be asked to observe class if they arrive more than 10 minutes late and have missed the important warming up.
Progress depends mostly upon how students approach their learning.
Participate with positive energy.
Focus, work hard, and earnestly apply corrections.
Practice, practice, practice is the key to becoming a professional.
The students who abide by these rules will achieve wonders in all of the performing arts including acting, voice, and musical theatre.
12 hours notice must be made to all teachers of private lessons or the lessons will be paid for.
All of this will also be followed at Winchester Theatre.

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