I'm planning a birthday party for my 10 year old niece. (I'm her godmother and am throwing the party for her this year). She's been in a couple of drama camps this summer and really got into it. I'm contacting some local drama teachers to come lead a drama/improv party for her and her friends. Is $250 reasonable to pay for 2 teachers to come lead a party for 2 hours? I've never done this before so don't want to be cheap, or pay way more than what's normal.
I'm located in Atlanta, if that makes a difference.
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