You can mail us a check and a note with the participant’s name, address, phone number, email address, and birth date. When they are received, you will be registered. The only risk with this method is that housing for the program may fill up before your information is received.
We are committed to providing a learning atmosphere that reasonably accommodates persons with disabilities who are otherwise qualified. Prior to registration, applicants with disabilities are invited to discuss the program content and available facilities with the program director. Those with disabilities desiring to register should call 801-422-7692.
BYU Theatre and Media Arts (TMA) faculty, BYU TMA students, Divine Comedy and Studio C alumn. Some of the specialty workshops are taught by theater professionals from the community and BYU TMA faculty.
No, theater experience is not a requirement. However, you will be expected to participate in each class. Participants of all ability levels attend the workshop. If you are willing to learn and try new things, you will have a great time.
Each morning during the first week you will be in master classes and specialty workshops. The afternoons and evenings are for rehearsal time and activities. During the second week you will work primarily on the final show. There is little free time.
This is an individual decision. If you stay in campus housing, you will have a counselor (one counselor for every 10 to 15 participants). Counselors supervise activities and coordinate devotionals (scripture, song, and prayer) each evening. Commuters will also be assigned a counselor and are welcome to participate in all activities, including evening devotionals. Campus participants are not allowed to leave the residence halls after the nightly head count. Commuters must check out with their counselor and be picked up each evening by an adult after the rehearsals/activities.
Workshop participants eat in the Cannon Center cafeteria (The Commons). Those staying in campus housing are given a meal card good for all breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. Those who are commuting are given a meal card for lunches only. Commuters may buy other meals as desired on a day-to-day basis in the cafeteria. Breakfasts cost approximately $7.25 and dinners cost approximately $10.75 ($14.00 on Sunday). Partial meal cards are not available.
It covers double-occupancy accommodations in campus residence halls from Sunday evening through Friday morning (linen for bed and bath is provided). Meals are provided from Sunday dinner through Friday breakfast.
Campus housing is in Heritage Halls or Helaman Halls. Housing is available on a first-come, first-served basis until the spaces are filled. Early registration is encouraged, as spaces are limited. We can confirm housing availability instantaneously if you register by phone or Internet.
To request a specific roommate, you must provide a roommate’s name when registering. The roommate must also give us your name with his or her registration. If you register and choose a roommate but that person doesn’t register for housing by the time it is filled or doesn’t enroll, you will be paired up with another participant attending the program.
If your transportation schedule requires you to arrive a day early, you may do so. You are responsible to pay a special housing fee that covers the cost of lodging and supervision until the program officially begins. Meals are available in the all-you-can-eat cafeterias for a moderate price.
Please email the housing office at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, the name of the camp you are attending, the day you will be arriving, the name of your parent or guardian and a phone number where they can be reached. The housing office will contact them to make the arrangements for your early arrival. Housing is not available after the program.
Bed and bath linens are provided. Bring extra towels, alarm clock, bar soap, shampoo, slippers, drinking cup, bathrobe, and personal items. Please be sure to read the prearrival information for a more detailed list.
Yes, but BYU does not coordinate any shuttle services between the Salt Lake International Airport and Provo. There are commercial companies that offer shuttle services between the airport and Provo, but you will need to contact them directly. You can call Express Shuttle at 1-800-397-0773. It is up to each participant to find his or her own transportation to and from BYU.
Participants attending the workshop are required to uphold guidelines as represented in the Honor Code. They must maintain the standards of Brigham Young University (i.e., high standards of honor, integrity, language, and morality; abstinence from tobacco, alcohol, coffee, tea, and harmful drugs; and modesty in dress). Shorts and skirts worn on campus must be knee length; no sleeveless shirts, bare midriffs, or tank tops are permitted. Dress standards are strictly enforced. Participants found in violation of the Honor Code are subject to immediate dismissal without a refund. Parents are responsible for picking up a participant who has been dismissed and paying any costs incurred for transportation.
Participants may wear pants or knee-length shorts. You may wear dance attire in your dance classes only. You must bring a T-shirt and shorts or sweats to cover up after your class. Sunday church services and firesides require Sunday dress (shirt, tie, and slacks for young men [no Levi's]; dresses or skirts and blouses for young women). All clothing must adhere to the dress standards listed in the BYU Honor Code.
Weather could be rather warm during the program. Average high temperatures in June and July are 85 to 95 degrees F.; average lows are 65 to 70 degrees F. Come prepared for changeable weather and varying indoor room temperatures.