The St. George Theatre is proud to announce our Arts-in-Education series for the 2024-2025 academic year, sponsored by Chase Bank and Richmond University Medical Center!

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 science with Mark Nizer’s Science-Splosion 4D, and Franken”STEM,” to learn about The Story of Anne Frank, as well as some of Black History‘s inventors, artists and thinkers who changed the world, as well as enjoying literary favorites, like The Rainbow Fish, Seussical, 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.

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 2025, free of charge.

Tickets for live performances are $12 per person, or $15 per person for prime seating. One complimentary chaperone ticket for each 12 student tickets purchased.

To book a trip: 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 madison@sgtr.org.

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, and checks. 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.

Please Enjoy This Highlight from our 2022-2023 Season!


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Franken”STEM” Returns
Thursday, October 24, 2024
Grades: K-5

A spooky, electrifying, Halloween experience! Join Dr. Frankenstein and the Bride of Frankenstein as they showcase their latest invention come to life!

THEMES: Science, STEM, Critical Thinking, Halloween

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Peter and the Wolf
Wednesday, November 20, 2024
Grades: K – 5

Together the St. George Theatre, The WNET Group and the American Classical Orchestra proudly present Peter and the Wolf. This production of Peter and the Wolf presents the work in an original arrangement for chamber ensemble by ACO’s Artistic Director and Founder Thomas Crawford, made for the Orchestra’s award-winning Classical Music for Kids (CMK) program, as well as an introduction to the featured instruments and characters. The story is performed by mimes Catherine Gasta and Bill Bowers, with accompaniment by the American Classical Orchestra, and there is an accompanying teacher’s guide, featuring background information and related classroom activities.

THEMES: The Arts, Music, Appreciation and Analysis of Musical Works, Expression Through Music, Music Appreciation, Music and the Other Fine Arts, Performance of Music, Musical Instruments

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Once Upon a Snowflake
Thursday, December 5, 2024
Grades: K – 5

No two snowflakes are the same, and neither are two snow people. Join us for this heartwarming new musical about a small snow person with big dreams! In the end, we all learn about never giving up and what it truly means to give!

THEMES: Winter, Selflessness, Inspiration

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T’was the Night Before Christmas
Thursday, December 19, 2024
Grades: K-3

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.” But wait! A mouse is stirring – because Santa missed his house last year. Before you can say “Merry Christmas!”, we’re off on the wild adventures of a mouse, an elf, and a spunky little girl who just won’t take no for an answer. Don’t miss this joyful tribute to the holiday season!

THEMES: Holiday Spirit, Adventure, Courage, Determination, Friendship, Teamwork

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The Rainbow Fish
Wednesday, February 12, 2025

With shiny, multi-colored scales, Rainbow Fish is the most beautiful fish in all of the ocean, and the only one of his (or her!) kind. When Rainbow Fish refuses to share his vibrant, shimmering scales, the whole ocean seems to turn against the vain creature. Unhappy that no one adores him anymore, the Rainbow Fish seeks out the wise Octopus, who helps him learn that it’s far better to be admired for being kind than for being beautiful.

THEMES: Kindness, Self-Esteem

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Black History’s Groundbreaking Geniuses
Thursday, February 27, 2025
Grades: 3-8

Genius comes in all shapes and sizes and Black History is filled with amazing inventors, artists and thinkers who changed the world. This show focuses on the brilliance of over a dozen amazing characters from Black History: Scientists like surgeon Daniel Hale Williams, mathematicians like Dorothy Vaughan, Literary Geniuses like Ralph Ellison and Maya Angelou, and artistic geniuses like Alvin Ailey.

THEMES: Black History, History and Social Studies

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Freedom Train
Thursday, March 6, 2025
Grades: 1-6

Freedom Train tells the story of Harriet Tubman, the Moses of her people, in a fascinating series of highly theatrical scenes that use dance, dialogue and music of the period. Songs include “Follow the Drinking Gourd,” “Steal Away,” “Wade in the Water,” “Good News, the Chariot’s A-comin'” and many others still sung today. Freedom Train is the story of self-sacrifice, dedication and survival, laced with warmth that celebrates the human spirit – a universal story for all.

THEMES: Black History, History and Social Studies

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Treasure Island
Friday, March 14, 2025
Grades: 1-6

One of the most popular adventures of all time, Treasure Island spins an action-packed, fun-filled tale of piracy, a mysterious treasure map, and a host of characters with bad intentions, who meet their match and are foiled in their attempts.  From The Panto Company and told as only they can, it’s seen through the eyes of Jim Hawkins, the cabin boy of the Hispaniola. This thrilling adventure tells of a perilous sea journey across the Spanish Main, a mutiny led by the infamous Long John Silver, a scramble for buried treasure on an exotic isle, and the message that good wins over evil every time.

THEMES: Literacy and Literature, Courage, Consequences, Friendship

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Wednesday, March 19, 2025
Grades: K-5

Although Horton faces ridicule, danger, kidnapping and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz never loses faith in him. Ultimately, the powers of friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged and emerge triumphant. Seussical is fun for the whole family!

THEMES: Literature and Literacy, Responsibility

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Mark Nizer’s Science-Splosion 4D
Wednesday, April 2, 2025
Thursday, April 3, 2025
Grades: 2-8

Using multimedia, juggling, lasers and more, Mark Nizer: SCIENCE-SPLOSION will give your students real tools and teach them how science works, how to determine what is true and what is not. Join Mark Nizer and Mark Nizer 50 years in the future as they work together to teach your audience the critical skills we will need to save our future and to answer life’s most important questions like “What is gravity?” or “How does a laser work?

THEMES: Science, STEM, The Scientific Method, Critical Thinking, The Speed of Light, Gravity, DNA, Origins of Life, Laws of Motion


The Story of Anne Frank
Wednesday, April 9, 2025
Grades: 3-12

The Wagner College Holocaust Center presents “The Story of Anne Frank”, a powerful play that brings Anne Frank’s diary to life. Witness her experiences in hiding during the Holocaust, capturing her resilience, hopes, and enduring spirit. Join us for an evening of remembrance, reflection, and the timeless fight for freedom and humanity.

THEMES: History, Social Studies, Holocaust Awareness


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Bullysaurus Rex
January 2025
Grades: Pre-K – 3

The history of bullying goes way, way, way, way back in Bullysaurus Rex, a dinosaur-themed antibullying adventure that is perfect for younger audiences! It isn’t always easy to stand up for yourself or your friends – even if your friends weigh two tons and have giant claws, teeth, and scales! Though they lived eons ago, in this heartwarming tale these fun-loving giants have many of the same problems that we young people still face today. Find out how to recognize, report, and stand up to bullying while learning to be a great dino-friend.

THEMES: Kindness, Bully Prevention

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Struggle for Freedom: The Life of Dr. King
February 2025
Grades: 4-12

One of Black History’s most influential Civil Rights Leaders, the life and story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is one of both triumph and tragedy. Learn how Dr. King came to be such a prominent leader in this dramatic show. Follow Dr. King’s life from his time as a young boy in Georgia, to becoming a preacher in Alabama, to becoming an important figure on the international stage. A powerful and impactful story, audiences will come to recognize that the Civil Rights won during Dr. King’s time came with a heavy price and consider what role they will continue to play in the struggle for equality.

THEMES: Black History, Civil Rights Movement, Social Studies


We Can Do It: Great Women of History
March 2025
Grades: K-12

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the 19th Amendment with our show We Can Do It: Great Women of History. This is the perfect show to inform and inspire audiences – girls and boys alike! An incredible adventure featuring some of the world’s most remarkable female pioneers, your audience will discover incredible and groundbreaking women like Amelia Earhart, Sacajawea, Susan B. Anthony and more! Honor the women of America by bringing this show to your venue!

THEMES: History, Social Studies, Women’s History

Payment & Policies:

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. Payment can be made via cash, credit/debit card, or check. We understand that payments from schools may take more time. If you require additional payment arrangements, please contact our Arts-In-Education Coordinator.

Please make your check payable to: St. George Theatre Restoration, Inc.

Cancellation requests must be submitted no less than one month prior to the event. No refunds will be granted day of unless the show is cancelled or postponed by the St. George Theatre.

Outside food and beverages are not allowed on the premises of the St. George Theatre. If food or beverage are required for medical reasons, permission must be obtained from the theater prior to the day of performance.

Architectural and Backstage Tours:

Bring your students on an all-access tour of the historic and majestic St. George Theatre! Class trips include a one-hour tour that takes students through the building and on stage! Students will be amazed by the theatre’s grand architectural design and will learn about its history, the technical aspects of presenting a show, career paths in the arts, and theatre etiquette. Tours cost an additional $5 per student/parent/chaperone, when booking with a performance. If you are not attending a performance, these tickets cost $10 each. School staff members do not pay.