Have questions? Explore our frequently asked questions (FAQs) below for quick access to the most common questions about our drama classes. If you have questions that are not answered here, please feel free to contact us.


Do we need to wait until the new session starts to enroll, or can we enroll today?

Drama Kids has open enrollment, so your student can be enrolled at any time during the session!

If we enroll after the session starts, do we still pay the full tuition or will tuition be prorated?

 Tuition will be prorated to exclude the previous classes your student did not attend.



If I need to update my credit card information, how can I do that?

The easiest and most secure way to update your credit card is through our parent portal. You can access our portal through our website. If you have trouble updating your card, you can always call our office.


How much does it cost?

Tuition costs are specific to each location due to each class’ unique schedule and number of classes provided. Tuition prices are listed next to each class page,

Do I have to pay the tuition all at once, or do you have payment plans available?

At Drama Kids, we provide an effortless way to pay for your child’s tuition. Our monthly installment billing divides the yearly cost into equal payments throughout the school year, making it more convenient for you.

Are there any additional costs besides tuition?

To cover the costs of registration and administration, a nominal fee is charged per family annually. Additionally, Drama Kids requests students’ families to provide simple (and inexpensive) costumes and props for the Spring Showcase.

Class Information

What do you do in each class?

Step into the Drama Kids world, where we kick off each class with a bang! First up, we have some super fun icebreakers that get our minds, bodies, and voices primed for action. Then, we dive into the speech segment, where our students sharpen their articulation, projection, and volume control. Our creative movement portion is where things start to get juicy. Here, students unleash their inner physical storytellers and master postures and body language. Next comes the main event, where students perform short, scripted, or improvised scenes that bring together their speech and movement skills with their unique creativity. Finally, we end each class on a high note with a high-energy concluding activity.

Do students put on a play at the end of the school year?

Starting after Spring Break, students start rehearsals for a Spring Showcase Presentation. This is a short, theatrical performance where students are given the chance to demonstrate the skills they’ve learned in class. Each student gets a character with lines to memorize and uses teamwork to rehearse in class and perform for parents at the end of the year. Please check your student’s class calendar for the specific date of their Spring Showcase Presentation.

Can I watch a class?

At Drama Kids, we value the comfort of all students attending our classes. With this in mind, we kindly request that parents do not observe classes. Instead, we encourage families to join us later in the year when the children are more settled to attend our Family Participation classes and Spring Showcases. This will allow them to fully immerse themselves in the experience.

Will my student have the same teacher all year?

Yes. In most cases, Drama Kids teachers instruct their classes during both the zFall and Spring semesters of the academic year unless there are highly unusual circumstances.

Musical Theatre Classes

My kid really loves to perform. Do you offer musical theater classes?

At Drama Kids, we’re proud to offer our exclusive Drama Kids Take 2 Performance Academy, where select locations may feature musical theatre classes. Check our class schedule page to see if there is a Take 2 class at a location near you.

Are there any prerequisites required to join the Drama Kids Take 2 Performance Academy?

To ensure the success of our shows, it is mandatory for all students enrolled in the Take 2 Performance Academy program also to be registered in a Creative Drama or Acting Academy class – no exceptions. This class provides the essential foundation and skills for our students to produce an incredible performance.

Class Locations

Where are your classes located?

We have classes available at various schools across Hillsborough and South Pasco County.  A list of all in-school locations can be found by clicking here.  If you don’t see your school listed please call our office and we’d be happy to set up a meeting with your PTA or school administration.  We also have several community locations available. Community classes are open to all children regardless of what school they attend and are divided by county & town.  You can view Community Classes by clicking here.

What if there is not a Drama Kids class at our school?

Don’t worry! Drama Kids is continuously seeking new class locations to serve you better. Contact our office to get in touch with our team or visit our website to browse our community locations.

Summer Camps

What kind of summer camps do you offer?

Our program offers two kinds of camps: Workshop camps and Performance Camps. Most of our camps are 1-week camps, Monday – Friday.

Where are the summer camps located?

Summer camps are held at locations all around the local area. Each location will be listed with the camp on the Camps page.

How much does it cost?

Tuition costs are specific to each camp. You can find tuition prices listed next to each camp here.

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