Student Matinees

Dates for the 2021-22 season will be announced in early 2021.

MRT Student Matinees provide many students with their first exposure to professional theatre. It gives them the opportunity to experience literature in a different way, often resulting in a deeper connection to the story and characters. Attending MRT meets many MCAS and NHCF requirements.

Student Matinees start at 10:30 a.m. To enhance your educational experience, teachers are provided with copies of the script and classes can stay for a post-show discussion with members of the cast. MRT provides PlayGuides for select productions.

For further information:

box_office@mrt.org

978-654-4678

 

How to book a Student Matinee!

  • It's simple! Bookings are first-come, so email your request asap to groups@mrt.org. Include: the play, date, total number of students and chaperones, and your contact information.
  • Once you sign the Agreement and provide a 50% deposit, your tickets are booked! The balance is due 2 weeks before the show.
  • Student tickets are $9 and chaperones are free.
  • All matinees include a free Post-Show Discussion with the cast (if requested in advance), and select plays include a PlayGuide with educational articles and resources.
  • Partners in Education (PIE) grants for are available first-come; please mention this need in your booking request.

 

Partners in Education (PIE)

Each year, Merrimack Repertory Theatre receives generous funding to provide student tickets to schools facing economic hardships. Through the PIE program, students attend a matinee at low or no cost.

For more information about the Partners in Education program or for a grant application for your school, please write to the email address above.

 

Funding provided, in part, by

Aubert J. Fay Charitable Fund
Trustees of the Ayer Home
Ted & Connie Lapre Fund
Lowell Polish Cultural Council
Linda Trudel Endowment Fund
Ronald M. Ansin Foundation
Nathaniel & Elizabeth P. Stevens Foundation
Top of the Hill Fund

This program is also supported in parts by grants from local cultural councils, local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.