You never see what goes on when they are in there. Except in rare occasions when the stage curtains/wall is open and people in the Caf see whats going on.
Drama kids hang out with other drama kids and are generally very flirtatious.
They are some of the coolest kids you will ever know, no matter how nerdy they seem. Many spend their free time gaming, playing Dungeons and Dragons and other drama related things.
Generally drama kids have chosen to spend their high school years on the stage and with that chose become social outcasts. However, the drama kid does not care.
There are two types of drama kids:
The, "OMG, I don't care what you think, so I'll do it anyway." Drama kid, Type A.
and the "Oh, well I'll just be quiet in front of people." Drama kid, Type B
Type A drama kid is the same on stage/ in the drama room, as they are anywhere else, the do not tone down their wildness for your benefit.
Type B Drama kid is someone who acts completely different in front of Drama kids, but shys away in front of others.
Drama kids can be indentified by their, original choices in clothing, and general awsomeness.
If there is a starbuck's in the area, they can often be found there after school, on weekends, after a performance, or just about any random time of day(because true drama kids need no reason to go to starbucks). Other hangouts for drama kids are the mall, a bookstore, taco bell, chick-fil-a, and school. Particularly when they are working on a production, drama kids practically live at school. Whether its staying late because of a rehersal or working on a set piece, or just talking with other drama kids, they're there(at school-usually by the drama and/or chorus rooms). Drama kids are also known to get all of their friends and/or family into drama and the arts.
"There go all those drama kids again, at starbucks."
-Eccentricity by the truckload
-A flair for the dramatic
-One or more signature sounds not traditionally associated with the English language (a purr, a gurgle, etc.)
-An overactive imagination
-An addiction to some substance, usually caffeine
-Many inside jokes with fellow cast members
-No sense of awkwardness (ex. no aversion to having members of the opposite sex see you undressed/help you dress)
-A sense of humor
-A knowledge of the best coffee shop within walking (or driving, if applicable) distance of the school
Bob: "Sure thing."
Sue: "Isn't it a little odd that neither of us find this remotely sexual?"
Bob: "Nah, we're drama kids. By the way, party at the coffe shop after tear down."
"Hell yea... 525,600 minutes, how dooo youu" proceeds to sing.
Jock yells- "SHUT UP"
Drama kids laugh and sing louder.