Everyman's Signature High School Matinee Program takes students in select Baltimore City schools on a deep dive into the theatre-going experience.

The High School Matinee Program has been providing Baltimore City students access to Everyman's productions completely free of charge since 1997. Through this flagship education program, we have created deep and lasting relationships with several local high schools, and many teachers and students.

The program is provided FREE OF CHARGE to the same group of students throughout an entire school year, emphasizing the importance of repeat exposure to theatre. The theatre provides:

  • In-school workshops (both before and after the performance)
  • study guides
  • access to actors through talkbacks after each show
  • bus transportation to and from the school
  • tickets to each production


We do not currently have any spaces left in the Matinee Program for the 2016-2017 school year. To apply to become a partner school in the Matinee Program for next season (2017-2018), please fill out and send back the below application form to education@everymantheatre.org

Interested in bringing a student group to individual shows?

If you are a teacher who's interested in bringing your class to see individual shows, you can contact Michele Alexander at malexander@everymantheatre.org for more information on group sales for student groups.

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