Due to the unpredictable nature of COVID-19, Center Stage Productions has created a refund policy for camps for the 2021 season.
To reserve your spot for the 2021 season, you must pay in full. There are only 20 spots available for each camp.
Registration closes on June 1st, 2021. At that time, we will begin purchasing T-shirts, scripts, PPE, and other materials/expenses for camps. There is also a cost for the rental of our venue. For this reason, $50 will be non-refundable.
Should a camp get suspended or canceled, the remaining balance will be refunded by prorating the remaining balance by days missed and other factors as the CSP board sees fit.
If camp is canceled before June 1st for any reason, your money would be refunded in full.
COVID PRECAUTIONS & PROTICOLS
Washtenaw County Health Dept COVID 19 Workplace Health Screening - Camp staffers will check this every day and follow guidelines appropriately.
Face masks must be worn at all times when campers present.
Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building.
Camp may be held outside if possible when weather permits.
Campers must provide their own lunch, snacks and water.
Drop off and pick up of campers will occur outside. Do not come inside to drop off or pick up your camper.
Only staff members and campers will be allowed in the building. If an adult non-staff person enters the lobby or theater during camp hours for some emergency reason, they must sign in, leaving a telephone number for contact tracing. Bathrooms will not be available for parents or guests during camp (excluding performances).
Should any staff member or camper be confirmed of a positive COVID 19 test, all camper families will be immediately notified and camp will be suspended. Following the Washtenaw County Health Departments guidelines, if your camper was within 6 feet for a total of 15 minutes with the confirmed cast member, they would need to quarantine for 14 days. To avoid this, encourage your child to stay 6 feet away from all campers and staff at all times.
Families must provide multiple sources of communication (emergency phone number and regularly checked email) so that camp staff can update families immediately when situations arise. Parents will communicate with the designated staff contact for each camp immediately when their child has symptoms, a positive test, or if they came into close contact with a positive case.