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Rock Lottery Workshop


  • How do I register for classes?
    You can register for our classes here If you have questions or issues with the online registration, please contact Kristen Wheeler at or 602-790-6876
  • Do I need to purchase a Club Membership?
    The Club Membership is completely optional and is not required to register for classes. If you do purchase a Club Membership, the student gets 20% off all camps/classes/workshops for 1 year from date of purchase. If you're planning to do several classes throughout the year as well as a summer camp or two, it will save you some money.
  • What are your COVID precautions?
    We sanitize surfaces daily. Our room has 2 air purifiers and a MERV-1500 filter on the AC. We require students to wash and sanitize hands before eating. We cap classes and camps smaller than usual to allow for social distancing. As of Spring 2023, masks are not required. Weather permitting, we eat snacks/lunch outdoors so those wearing masks can safely remove them. Troubadour reserves the right to require masks in the future if needed either if COVID transmission is high in Pima County, or if students in the camp/class have been exposed to COVID.
  • Is the price listed the cost per week or the cost for the full session?
    All class prices listed are for the full 4-8 week session. We strive to provide extremely affordable performing arts education, so we offer reasonable prices, and $25 off for early registration, $25 off for siblings, and $50 off if you register for more than one class in a session.
  • Do you offer scholarships?
    Yes! We offer primarily need based scholarships to any student who cannot afford camp/class. Our goal is to provide arts education to all students, regardless of financial situation. Please just email to request a scholarship application.
  • I see that the session of classes has already begun, can my child still join?
    Yes! Students are welcome to join Improv classes at any time during the session and all other classes all the way up until week 4 of the session. We frequently have students adding late, so please don't be shy about joining! We're happy to have more students join us! The other students are generally excited to welcome someone new to the group.
  • How many students are in your classes/camps?
    Our classes during the school year are kept small as a COVID precaution and so each student gets plenty of attention and coaching, stage time, and opportunities for large roles in the performance. Classes on average have 6-10 students in each. Most camps are larger, with anywhere from 10 to 30 students depending on the camp. (Rock typically has 10-12 students, both acting camps are around 15-18, and musical theatre about 30 students).
  • Do I need to pay the full fee at the time of registration?
    No, only the $25 non-refundable deposit ($50 deposit for camps) is due at the time of registration for classes to save a spot for your student. The rest is due on the first day of the session. You can select the Deposit price option listed under the price options for each class/camp. The deposit is not in addition to the class/camp fee.
  • What is your refund policy?
    Each fee has a non-refundable deposit included--which is $25 for classes/workshops, and $50 for summer camps. After that, the rest paid is fully refundable if requested at least 7 days prior to the start of the camp/class only. After that date, refunds are given in the full amount paid in the form of a credit only, good towards any future camp, class, workshop, with no expiration.
  • Which class is best for a beginner?
    If between ages 6-10, Intro to Acting (or Rising Stars Camp) is the best class to start with, although not a prerequisite for Acting I. If over age 10, Improv is a great class for beginners to get comfortable with acting on stage and basic acting techniques.
  • Are you hiring?
    If you are a theatre, music, or art professional experienced and qualified to teach a class, then yes! We are also sometimes looking for camp assistants as well. All positions are independent contractor only and will be contracted for a specific session. Instructors/directors must be 18+, be able to teach a class independently without training, have experience working with kids/teens, and the ability to get a level 1 fingerprint clearance card. We are always looking for more instructors to add classes to our fall and spring roster, so if you're interested, please email to inquire.
  • Do you offer drama class/club services to schools?
    Yes! We have done many contracts with public and charter schools in the Tucson area to provide drama classes, after-school clubs, workshops, and play productions to their students. Please email to inquire.
  • What does a typical summer camp day look like?
    For our musical theatre camps, the day is broken down like this (varies slightly by day): 9:00-10:00: morning group meeting and acting lesson 10:00-10:15: snack break 10:15-10:45: warm ups 10:45-12:00: singing/song rehearsal with music director on piano 12:00-12:45: lunch 12:45-1:30: related lesson: i.g. costume design, set design, character analysis, improv, etc 1:30-2:30: play rehearsal/blocking 2:30-2:45: snack break 2:45-3:30: play rehearsal/blocking 3:30-4:15: improv games 4:15-4:30 clean up and afternoon group meeting Acting Camps are similar, but without the singing lessons in the morning.
  • When should I sign up for summer camp?
    We typically open registration for summer camp in February. We offer a $50 off early bird registration discount through March. Camps can fill up, so don't wait too long to register. We generally recommend assuming the session will fill up and you should register as soon as you can just to be safe. Generally, most sessions reach capacity about 3 weeks before that camp is starting, but we have had a camp fill as early as May 1 in the past. Fortunately, we have the option to register with only the $50 deposit paid, so you can sign up before you have the full funds available.
  • What will the performance be?
    All performance camps end with a fully-mounted performance in a professional theatre for family and friends. Musicals will be listed on the website well in advance, plays are sometimes chosen closer to the camp/class start date after we get an idea of how many students are signed up.
  • Where will the performance be?
    The performances for our summer camps and larger shows will be at a professional theatre rather than our studio/rehearsal space, which for 2024 will be either Cabaret at Arizona Theatre Company, or Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre (differs by camp).
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