Program Policies & Notes
- Student alcohol and drug use is strictly prohibited.
- Student smoking is strictly prohibited.
- BAA’s receipt of completed application does not guarantee student acceptance into programs.
- BAA is not responsible for students who do not attend classes or activites as scheduled. If a student leaves BAA’s premises or supervised activities, BAA is no longer responsible for his or her whereabouts, actions or welfare. BAA is not responsible for students during their free time outside program hours.
- Students will have very limited free time during programs and are expected to prepare for classes during off time. Out of town students wishing to tour New York should plan to do so before or after the week(s) of their Intensive.
- Parents or guardians must inform BAA of any pre-existing medical conditions of a student. This must be done in writing via a series of online forms. No students will be permitted to begin the programs without medical and insurance information and a parent signature.
- No refund or make-up classes will be issued for missed classes. No program will be pro-rated if a student is unable to attend any portion of the program.
- Violation of any BAA Standards and Regulations may result in exclusion from the programs without refund of tuition.
- Student and/or parent/guardian shall hold BAA and its staff harmless for any injury that may occur.
- All photographs, video and/or audio recordings of the students by BAA may be used in connection with the promotion, publicity, and marketing of the Broadway Artists Alliance’s Musical Theatre and Winter & Summer Intensive programs without permission or compensation to the students.
- Broadway Artists Alliance does not discriminate based upon gender, race, ethnicity, or other physical characteristics.
- If a student misses any portion of a Workshop or Intensive for any reason (industry business, medical emergency, etc.) BAA cannot guarantee final showcase participation, either in full or in part.
- If a student needs to miss time during a Workshop or Intensive, their parent or guardian (or the student if they are 18 or older) must submit a request via email and receive confirmation of the absence AT LEAST 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE.
For all Broadway Artists Alliance (BAA) workshops and intensives, the required $300 deposit and applicable fees are strictly non-refundable. The remaining balance amount is refundable if a written request for cancellation is received by Broadway Artists Alliance 30 (thirty) days prior to the start of the program. Due to the extensive preparation required for all workshops and intensives, BAA cannot offer refunds for cancellations made within 30 (thirty) days of these programs, with the exception of the College Audition Prep Seminar, for which no refunds will be given after June 1st. If a student is unable to attend a workshop or intensive, the $300 deposit and any additional tuition payment may be credited for future use provided a written request for cancellation is received at least 7 (seven) days prior to the start of a program. If a student cancels after January 30th (Winter) or July 1st (Summer) for any reason, there will be a $50 administrative student advisor fee deducted.
One Day Master Class tuition and applicable fees are strictly non-refundable. If a student is unable to attend a One Day Master Class, the tuition may be credited for future use provided a written request for cancellation is received at least 7 (seven) days prior to the start of the One Day Master Class.
Weekly Classes for Young Performers and BAA Pro Series tuition and applicable fees are strictly non-refundable and tuition cannot be pro-rated based on the student’s attendance. If a student is unable to attend the entire Weekly Class or BAA Pro Series, the tuition may be credited for future use provided a written request for cancellation is received at least 7 (seven) days prior to the start of the first class of the Series.
If a student fails to attend any BAA workshop, intensive, One Day Master Class, or Series, and does not give 7 (seven) days notice, they must provide one of the following to be eligible to receive a credit: 1.) A doctor’s note citing a serious illness or medical emergency, 2.) Documentation of paid performance employment, 3.) Written proof of unforseen travel issues (snow, cancelled flight, Act of God, etc). If a student is unable to provide one of these items, BAA cannot offer a credit for cancelled enrollment in any program, One Day Master Class, or series. Broadway Artists Alliance reserves the right to cancel any program or class if less than 6 paid students have registered or if external factors might endanger participant safety (severe weather, Act of God, etc). In the rare event that this occurs, BAA will offer a full tuition refund for all participants.
All credits will expire one year from the date on which they are issued. Students who receive a credit for cancelling their enrollment in an intensive, class, or series must use that credit for a similar program (for example: a credit for a cancelled intensive may only be used for another intensive, it may not be used for a One Day Master Class). BAA is under no obligation to allow a credit to be used for a different type of program. There are some items for which credits may not be used, which include but may not be limited to: tuition for BAA programs outside of New York City, tuition for programs hosted by BAA in conjunction with another entity (such as the BAA Musical Theatre Intensive Day with Telsey + Company), private coaching fees, yearly application fees, processing fees, housing, and merchandise. Credits are strictly non-transferable.
Any student wishing to apply a Star Member Code, Discount Code, or Credit Code to an order must do so at the time they are completing the order online. BAA will not issue refunds or credits in the event that a Star Member Code, Discount Code, or Credit Code are not applied to an order at the time of payment.
All $25 application fees are strictly non-refundable.