Edmonds Center for the Arts invites you to inspire your students’ creativity and enhance your teaching tools by attending a student matinee at Edmonds Center for the Arts. We are bringing to the stage unique performances just for students as artistic and fun learning opportunities.
Tickets for these special matinee performances are just $8.00 per person, adult or student, plus a $12.00 service charge per order, regardless of the number of tickets purchased. For more information or to reserve space for your class, please contact Education Coordinator Lisa Nakama at 425-275-4485 x 210 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday May 8, 10:00A and 12:30P
Morgan's Journey (Pre-K through 1st Grade)
This internationally acclaimed play is a captivating exploration of joyous yet challenging human experiences. Audiences follow Morgan the clown on his journey of self-discovery from birth and celebrate his birthday with him. This show runs 60 minutes with no intermission.
Click here to order tickets for the 10AM Matinee
Click Here to order tickets for the 12:30 Matinee
Tuesday May 22, 10:00A
Romeo and Juliet (Seattle Shakespeare Company)
(5th grade and up)
This classic play features swashbuckling drama and passionate young love as Romeo and Julie marry and plot to run away together in the midst of an historical bitter family feud. This show runs 90 minutes with no intermission.
Edmonds Center for the Arts Student Matinee series is made possible by the Hazel Miller Foundation
Edmonds Center for the Arts thanks our founding Education Partner, The McNaughton Foundation
In conjunction with their public performance at ECA on Friday April 19, 2013, taiko group On Ensemble will be working in the Edmonds School District for a week with music students in preparation for an assembly for their school at the end of the week. Additionally, they will be teaching a master class for music teachers at ECA, as part of professional development on a non-student day.
Funding for this event is provided by Western States Arts Federation and the National Endowment for the Arts.