The A.R.T. Education Experience engages students by connecting our productions with classroom curriculum and students’ lives. In addition to inspiring creativity, collaboration, and intellectual curiosity in our community, we’re all about supporting teachers with free arts-integrated teaching tools, free classroom visits, and subsidized tickets to world-class theater at the A.R.T. A listing of our major educational offerings follows, but feel free to contact us for consultation on how to link your visit to the A.R.T. with your curriculum.
Student tickets are just $15 for groups 10-99, $10 for 100+*. All groups receive a personal welcome and attentive, skilled support from A.R.T. staff. For more information on reserving tickets for student groups, click here.
*Additional subsidies available based on need.
Each season, we present special morning matinees meant to accommodate daytime field trips for school and community groups. The 2016/17 morning matinees are:
Notes from the Field - Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 11AM
Trans Scripts, Part 1: The Women - Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 11AM
The Night of the Iguana - Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 11AM
Arrabal - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 11AM
Full-color educational magazines include arts-integrated lesson plans, reference guides, fun and informative features, and extension activities.
The Education Experience primarily serves students grade 6-12 in the Boston area. However, the A.R.T. offers the following benefits for students of all ages:
Student Membership/Student Rush Ticket Programs
• Discounted tickets are available for any student with an ID. Tickets can be purchased at an extremely deep discount either by purchasing a student membership in advance, or by visiting the box office on the afternoon of the performance.
For more information, or to learn how your school can be involved in the A.R.T.'s education programs, please email the Education Department or call 617.496.2000, ext 8891.