Thank you for your interest in Andy's Summer Playhouse!
If you have more than one child attending Andy's this summer, please register them on separate forms.
First Things, First!
Everyone Who Wishes to be a part of Andy’s needs to attend an orientation. There, you can learn more about our summer programming and can preference which show you would like to be involved in.
To learn more about our orientations and to RSVP to the one that best fits your schedule, please go to our “enroll now” page.
What to do next?
If you know that you want to involved at Andy’s Summer Playhouse this summer, fill out our Initial Registration form and make your $100 (or $10 if applying for a scholarship) non-refundable deposit.
Make sure you rSVP to an orientation, as well, so you can preference your choice in shows!
Both of these forms are on our “enroll now” page.
I’ve done all of that — What else do I need to do?
By June 1st,
we ask that you fill out the “medical release and emergency contact form”
and pay your tuition in full.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-654-2613 with any questions.
Other forms on this page:
application for tuition scholarship
apprenticeship program form
workshop series form (coming soon!)
Application for Tuition Scholarship
This form should only be completed by applicants seeking a tuition scholarship for their child/dependent.
Apprenticeship program Form
This form should only be completed by applicants who are interested in participating in the Apprenticeship Program (whether or not they are also participating in another Andy's program).
This program is restricted for youth ages 12 - 18.
ANDY'S WORKSHOP SERIES
This summer, our Workshop Series will run as six one-week half-day workshops. the Meeting time for each workshop will be from Monday through Friday, from 9 am - 12 pm. All of the workshops will be led by amazing professionals from within the Andy's community and beyond.
workshops will be in the subject areas of:
Playwriting, Devising Theater, Film, Directing, Puppetry, adapting performance