A Year With Frog and Toad
April 25 - May 17, 2024
Kids and adults alike delight in the colorful spectacle of these productions. With these shows running under an hour, kids will leave the theatre with lasting and cherished memories.
Bring K-5 students on a field trip to see these productions just for kids! Field trip opportunities and group tickets are also available for older students. Special matinee performances specifically for middle and high school students are held on select Thursdays at 10:30 am.
Interested in bringing your class or group to see this play? To reserve your spot in A Year With Frog and Toad's Field Trip Request Queue for Spring of 2024, please fill out the form at the link below.
If you have any questions, please contact School Programs Coordinator Molly Berger.
Special matinee performances specifically for middle and high school students are held on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. The rate is $15 per student for Black Box shows and $18 per student for Main Stage shows. For Title I schools tickets are $9 per student for Black box shows and $14 per student for Main Stage shows. School staff and teachers are free of charge chaperones are priced the same as students.
Additionally, school groups with 10 or more students can attend evening performances of these productions with arrangements through the Theatre Field Trip Request Form. Tickets are $15 per student for plays in the Black Box Theatre and $18 per student for Main Stage shows.
Add a hands-on arts workshop, drama class, or gallery visit to any theatre reservation for a full day of arts programming.
Please fill out the form below to connect with Scottie Woodard, Theatre Education Coordinator, to book a student matinee for your middle or high school!
Student matinee date: April 23, 10:30 am
A touring troupe’s flop of a play revolves and devolves into comedy chaos in this multi-award-winning play within a play. Noises Off is a relentless, high-energy farce filled with embarrassing moments, behind-the-scenes kerfluffles, physical comedy hijinks, and even flying sardines.
Take a trip behind the scenes as everything that could possibly go wrong, goes wrong. Noises Off gives audiences a voyeuristic view into the inner workings of theatre, and how the real drama happens when the actors leave the stage.