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C.R.O.W. Forms & Guidelines

C.R.O.W. is committed to providing a safe, nurturing environment for all participants.  In order to provide an environment conducive to mutual success, all participants must follow the rules & guidelines detailed below. 


  • All participants in our program must agree to follow C.R.O.W.'s code of conduct (behavior guidelines), and must submit our Hold Harmless agreement.

  • All production and event participants must submit a participation consent form, found HERE.

  • In order to participate in a C.R.O.W. program or show, we require complete photo/video release.  Please see details below.

  • Adult volunteers must submit permission to run a Background Check (as deemed necessary by the C.R.O.W. Board of Directors).  

PHOTO/VIDEO RELEASE: All past and present students of C.R.O.W. appear with parent permission which is granted by a signed photo release form. In order to participate in any C.R.O.W. class, workshop, event, or production, a photo release is required, which allows use of the child's likeness by C.R.O.W. in print, online, on TV, on social media, and anywhere else for promotion, marketing, or for any other reason.  Based upon the nature of our performing arts based services, students who are unable to submit a photo release form are unfortunately not permitted to participate in C.R.O.W. events, classes, workshops, or productions unless prior written arrangements have been made.   

ELECTRONICS POLICY (i.e. – cell phones, games, technology, etc):  C.R.O.W. is a place for learning about theatre, music, dance, and art.  C.R.O.W. is not responsible for any interaction students may have electronically at any time.  Electronics may only be used during an appropriate break, with parent and teacher permission.  Electronics use during any C.R.O.W. activity is at the staff’s discretion, but C.R.O.W. is not responsible for maintaining age-appropriate use. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at  Thank you!

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