See the show. Meet the cast. Get a private tour.
Students prepare for the student matinee of Candide. Photo credit: David Marshall
"I've been taking my kids to the Huntington's student matinees for many years now and am happy to report that the Huntington does it right! They are serious about exposing young people to the theatre and providing an enriching experience for them. Plus, the Huntington does everything possible to make it affordable."— Bill Deschenes, Pierce Middle School, Milton, Massachusetts
BOOK YOUR SCHOOL GROUPS TODAY!
- Student Tickets are $15 each
- Chaperones attend for FREE!
- Schools are required to provide one chaperone for every ten students attending.
- Concerned about cost? Contact Meg O'Brien for information and resources on how to subsidize your field trip (including transportation!)
To make your reservation, or for more information, contact Meg O'Brien, Manager of Education Operations at 617 273 1558 or email email@example.com.
Students participate in an informative post-show discussion with the cast of Circle Mirror Transformation. Photo credit: Sheppard Ferguson
What's included with your reservation:
- All student matinees include a lively post-show Actors Forum with members of the cast at no additional cost to the school.
- Teachers will receive invitations to attend Preview Nights for FREE.
- Access to a copy of the script, as well as other related information available to teachers for FREE.
- Online Curriculum Guide provided for use in your classroom for FREE.
- A member of the Education Department will visit participating classrooms to provide pre-show visits for your students for FREE.
- All students receive a DRAMATIC RETURNS CARD inviting them to return to the Huntington with a guest (18 or older) for FREE within one calendar year
2015-2016 Student Matinee Dates
All performances begin at 10am
DON'T MISS OUT — STUDENT MATINEES FILL UP QUICKLY!
"I decided to become a playwright after seeing August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone. I was twelve. I sat in the balcony of the Huntington and saw, for the first time, a story that challenged and affirmed what I knew about how black people fit into the cultural landscape of America. My notions of how black characters fit into American literature melted into the gilt proscenium. The Huntington has always felt like home. Working on The Luck of the Irish in that home feels just as true as those words that flew up and into me when I was twelve." — Kirsten Greenidge, Huntington Playwritting Fellow whose play The Luck of the Irish had its world premiere at the Huntington in our 2011-2012 season.
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