2023-2024 ARTS-IN-EDUCATION PERFORMANCES
This year’s programming will include shows that are fun and entertaining for your students, and that also connect to your curriculum to make learning exciting and engaging! This year, students have the opportunity to learn about the American Civil Rights Movement through the story of Jackie Robinson, to be enlightened hearing the first-person stories of Holocaust survivors, and to be excited seeing literary favorites, like Willy Wonka, Charlotte’s Web, and Peter and the Wolf, come to life!
From the moment the students step off the school bus and onto the red carpet, they will be amazed by the beautiful interior architecture, murals, winding staircases, and oversized chandeliers. The students will be entertained by a live pre-organ show prior to the main attraction live performance.
All in-person shows will start at 10:00am and have a runtime of approximately 60-70 minutes. Tickets are $12 per student/chaperone, or $15 for prime seating. 1 free school staff member per 12 students.
While we are excited to welcome students and teachers back into our audiences this year, we understand that some students may be unable to attend our in-person performances. To make theatre as accessible as possible, we also have a selection of VIRTUAL shows that will be offered in Winter 2024, which will be offered free of charge.
The booking process is simple and easy. You can either fill out the form below or contact our Box Office Manager/Arts-in-Education Coordinator, Madison Gattullo, at 718-442-2900, ext. 503 or by email at email@example.com to make reservations to see a show of your choice.
All reservations require a $50 deposit, which is due no more than one month after your initial inquiry. The remaining balance is due two weeks prior to the scheduled performance. We accept cash, credit/debit cards, checks and DOE money orders. We understand that payments from schools may take more time. If you require additional payment arrangements, please contact us.
Please make your check payable to: St. George Theatre Restoration, Inc.