SCHOOL GROUP MATINEES
WE’RE SORRY – THERE ARE NO STUDENT MATINEES SCHEDULED THORUGH MAY 2021 AT THIS TIME.
The PACE Center offers educators the opportunity to integrate and enrich their curriculum with live performing arts productions that make curriculum connections with science, physics, health, literature, language arts, history, social studies, social and family life skills, cooperation and teamwork, self-expression and performing arts. Parker Arts strives to provide access for youth, schools and other cultural organizations to engage in performing arts education and enrichment. Student matinees are provided several times throughout the school year. Often, matinee performances include post-show “talk-backs” with actors, directors, writers or technical crew that allow students to ask questions and further enrich their theater-going experience. Most student matinees include a study guide to assist in lesson plans.
Student group tickets are only $7 and one complimentary chaperone ticket is available for every ten student tickets purchased (up to ten chaperone tickets per group).
Group reservations are available only through the PACE Center Box Office. Complete a Group Reservation Form. Student Group orders will receive confirmation by way of email invoice from the PACE Center Box Office that is due 30 days in advanced of the performance. For questions or seating availability, please call the Box Office at 303.805.6800. Homeschool groups of less than ten must call the Box Office for individual seating only; please do not submit a school group reservation form.
2021/2022 Pre-K & Elementary School Matinees
Information coming soon!
2021/2022 Middle School & High School Matinees
Information coming soon!
2021/2022 Summer Camps Matinees
June 7 – 9, 2021
10:00 am and 12:00 pm at The Schoolhouse Theater
Outreach & Residencies
Student and teacher workshops are occasionally available to support selected performances. National and local actors, writers, directors or technical staff bring knowledge and instruction inside classrooms supporting teachers in their efforts to enrich education with real-life experiences. Teachers, if you are interested in this level of engagement, we encourage you to ask what is available for your curriculum. Limited opportunities exist for students to work on-stage with professional actors and musicians.
Financial Assistance & Busing Scholarships
Thanks to PACE Center Members and many local sponsors and donors, including the Greater Parker Foundation, Parker Arts is able to provide financial assistance to qualified schools for ticketing or busing assistance. To apply for a busing scholarship please submit a completed Scholarship Application Form with a letter from your school’s principal stating your qualifications. Application must be received no later than thirty days in advance of your field trip to PACE Center. For qualifications and funding availability inquires, please contact Education Manager Kirstin Fletcher at 303.805.3364 or via email.