It’s T-Shirt Time

Sport your DLC pride and support Beauty and the Beast at the same time by ordering a limited edition Beauty and the Beast T-shirt through our Booster campaign!

As always, Booster donates a portion of the proceeds from these t-shirts back to DLC to help off-set production costs and keep tuition affordable.

“….off-set production costs…” – what does that mean?

Drama Learning Center has produced Beauty and the Beast time and time again since TYA Professional Training Program first presented the show in December of 2008. We put a lot of resources into the custom development of enchanted costumes and specialty props that you need to bring the story to life on stage. In that time, our costumes and props have been used on DLC’s stage, in Howard County schools as part of our after school programs, as well as throughout the country for other youth productions. With the release of the new live action film, we have decided that it is time to refresh our Beauty and the Beast costumes and props to enhance the education and production experience of our students. Hiring designers and consultants and purchasing new materials costs money, and we don’t want that increased cost to trickle down to your tuition prices. Instead, we host fundraisers like this one to help pay for these new theatrical elements so that as much of your tuition dollars go to paying teaching artists and keeping those bright stage lights on as humanly possible.

So if you want to see Mrs. Potts and Lumière become “human again” on our stage, consider purchasing a Beauty and the Beast t-shirt or two. Not only does it show everyone how proud you are to be a bright, shining star at Drama Learning Center– it also helps enable us to keep our kids telling fresh, new stories on DLC’s stage without raising the price of tuition.

Some new features this time around for DLC spirit t-shirts include:

  • Juniors Sizing*
  • Softer material

*We recommend sizing up as the style tends to run small.

Thank you in advance for helping support the arts in Howard County! Get your t-shirt soon… all orders must be in by April 18th for shirts to print and arrive in time for Beauty and the Beast to open at DLC!

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New On-Screen Private Instructor: Andy Clemence

Are you interested in acting for film, TV, or voice-over work? We’re excited to welcome Mr. Andy Clemence to our private instruction faculty to provide guidance to children and adults in this highly marketable skill. In addition to being a film & television actor and voice-over artist, Andy is a skilled teaching artist with specialties in On-Camera coaching, audition preparation, and scene work. Mr. Andy will be in DLC’s private lesson studio on Fridays. Get a couple of sessions on the calendar before the studio officially opens in January.

Take a sneak peek at what pricing will be for Mr. Andy’s On-Screen coachings in January.

​1-Hour Session
10-Lesson Packages
Drop-In & Trial Lessons
(30 minutes, space permitting)



Get 2015’s pricing for sessions booked and scheduled through the rest of this year. Any other questions about private instruction at DLC? Ask us in the form below or give us a call at (410) 849-6335 today.

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DLC Annie-versary Tshirt Campaign

Chances are that if you’ve been a part of the DLC community at any point in the past ten years that you have participated in a production of the classic musical about everyone’s favorite orphan, Annie. This is the musical that started it all for Ms. Stephanie Williams – third and current owner of Drama Learning Center. Annie has been a perennial favorite at Drama Learning Center from onsite classes to Summer drama classes to after school classes in local Howard County Public Schools partners. 

Do you see Ms. Stephanie? How about Drama Learning Center Alum and current teaching artist Amy Williamson as Ms. Hannigan in Ms. Stephanie’s first Tuesday Class as owner of DLC

We’re commemorating Ms. Stephanie’s 10-year anniversary owning Drama Learning Center with Fall production classes of Annie and a collectors’ edition long-sleeved t-shirt with our current Annie artwork reflecting our updated take on the American classic. Paying homage to the newest film adaptation of Annie starring Quvenzhané Wallis and Jamie Foxx.

Now, regardless of whether you’re in a Fall production class at DLC, we have a living souvenir you can get now to remember your memories of Annie at DLC.


We’ve partnered with Booster to print these limited edition Annie-versary shirts. Celebrate your time at DLC whether it was 10 years ago or today. Booster will donate a portion of the proceeds back to DLC to offset production costs and fund much-needed facility improvements while keeping tuition affordable. Grab yours today– this campaign only lasts for 13 more days. Once the campaign closes, we can’t print anymore shirts. We can’t wait to see current DLC production classes sport their shirts for #ShowShirtSaturday.