School Break Play Days FAQ
Where will play days be held?
Play Days will be held indoors at the Woodruff Arts Center in studios, classrooms, or performance spaces.
What are the hours for Play Days?
Play Days run from 9 AM to 4 PM.
What should my child bring to Play Days?
Students should dress in comfortable clothing they can move in and wear sneakers. Each student should bring a lunch, 2 snacks, a water bottle, and a towel to sit on during lunch. Please label all personal belongings.
What is the maximum number of students?
Play Days are capped at 8 students for Pre-K – K and 10 students for Grades 1 – 5.
How will lunch work?
Young actors will eat lunch and morning and afternoon snacks in outdoor spaces, weather permitting. If weather does not allow for outdoor lunch, students will eat in their classrooms or studios.
Will you provide before or after care?
We do not be offer before or after care for School Break Play Days.
Is there a final performance?
School Day Play Days do not culminate in a final performance.
Masks are encouraged but not required.
Are teaching artists vaccinated?
The Woodruff Arts Center has implemented a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all staff and artists.
Has your HVAC system been upgraded?
Yes. The HVAC system in the Woodruff Arts Center has been upgraded. Our new ionization system provides a 99.4% reduction on COVID-19 within 30 minutes.