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High School Matinee Program
Everyman Theatre's High School Matinee Program has operated for fifteen years, and we have served a selected number of Baltimore City Public High Schools during that time. The overall goal of the program is to offer students in Baltimore City an opportunity to experience live theatre and to understand the meaning of the plays, the work of the actors, the responsibilities of various theatre designers, and the importance of theatre as a universal art form. To accomplish this goal, each school in the program brings selected students to the theatre for three or four matinee performances during the season. Admission to the theatre, bus transportation, and the following experiences are provided completely free of charge to the school and students: an in-school, pre-show workshop; a study guide on the show for the students to take home with them; a talkback with the cast after the performance; and a follow-up visit to the school by Everyman's educational staff and members of the cast or crew. During this visit, students are encouraged to reflect on their experience and explore the themes and meaning of the play.
Limited Availability. Apply Now.
We are pleased to consider your school as a potential partner in this program. Please know there is very limited availability for new partners in the matinee program at this time; however, as Everyman Theatre's production calendar expands, more opportunities may become available. If you would like to have your school considered, please complete the application form (the link to download is below) and return to our education department at 315 West Fayette Street, Baltimore, MD 21201.
High School Matinee Program Application
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Questions? Contact the education department at 443-615-7055x7142 or firstname.lastname@example.org