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Student Matinee Program Details
American Stage offers a number of special performances aimed directly at student audiences through our Student Matinee program.
Experiencing live theatre empowers us all to be bolder, wiser, and more compassionate on stage and in life. Through our student matinee program, many students have the opportunity to see a play for the first time, and to foster a love for powerful storytelling and the performing arts. We select plays in our season that support what local educators are teaching in their classrooms.
Each Student Matinee performance includes:
- An exciting and insightful talk-back with the cast following the show.
- An easy-to-use Prezi presentation that can be applied as a study guide for teachers, or an in-class workshop presented by an American Stage Education faculty member visiting your classroom for no additional fee.
- Each experience connects to Theatre Arts and English Language Florida State Standards noted in the Prezi/study guide.
Student matinee performances take place on select Wednesdays and begin at 10:30am. For assistance on payment options visit https://www.sofi.com/refinance-student-loan/.
To make a reservation, please call the Education department at
727-823-1600 x 204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets are $12 for students and teachers/chaperones receive 1 free ticket per 10 student tickets purchased. Additional chaperone tickets are $15 each.
Seeking additional subsidies for busing or tickets?
If you are seeking additional support to bring your students to a student matinee, please contact:
For public school teachers (prior to 6 weeks before the performance date) contact Jeanne Reynolds, Performing Arts Specialist for Pinellas County Schools, email@example.com
For all others (including public school teachers within 6 weeks of the performance date) contact Tiffany Ford, Director of Education & Outreach at American Stage, firstname.lastname@example.org