EDUCATION FAQ

  • Once I purchase a class, what do I do next?

    Welcome! You must complete an Emergency Contact Form.
     

  • I am unable to take the program I purchased? Tell me about your refund policy.

    All classes are final sale with no refunds. If you wish to withdraw from a class, you will receive a credit that can be used towards any class in our current season. All class credits expire on June 30th, and must be used before that date.

  • I need to withdraw from a class I have already started. What are my options?
     

    The last day to withdraw from a class is one week before its start date. All classes are non-refundable, but you can elect to receive a credit valid for any class in our current season. To withdraw, contact the education department at 443-615-7055 x7142 or education@everymantheatre.org.

  • How do payment plans work at Everyman Education?
     

    We can reserve your spot in a class with a non-refundable deposit equal to 25% of the class tuition. The remainder of the tuition is due 10 days before the start of the class. If full payment has not been received by the due date, your spot in the class will be forfeited. The initial deposit is non-refundable, but it may be converted to class credit if you need to withdraw from the class. Normal withdrawal policy deadlines (see above) apply to payment plans.

    You can set up a payment plan by contacting Andrew Stromyer, Education Coordinator, at astromyer@everymantheatre.org or 443-615-7055 x7142.

  • I have other questions. Who should I contact?

    Contact Everyman Education for further inquires at education@everymantheatre.org or call at 443-615-7055 x7142
     

  • The Foundations of Acting Series for High School Students is ordered by number. Can I take just one or do I need to take them all?

    The Foundations of Acting Series is designed for students to take one portion of the series or to take all sessions. It’s up to you! Do not be concerned as each series stands on it’s own while taking into account students interests and experience levels.

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