Give your students the gift of theater!
Bring your class or group to a day-time matinee show. Meet the actors, director and the crew, and participate in post-play discussions and activities.
Our matinees unfold the processes behind Pangea World Theater productions and offer content and educator support by providing material for active engagement, deep reflection, and relevance of the play today.
Educators will be provided with the play script and a study guide to support classroom discussions and activities well before the performance and once students have left the theater.
We also offer pre-and post-performance workshops around the themes of productions. These workshops can take place at your organization or at the theater after the performance.
Exclusive Group Rates
Affordable group rates are available! Tickets for students, teachers, and chaperones are $10 per person and one complimentary chaperone ticket per 25 students.
Tickets can be reserved by completing this form.
If you have any questions about the performance or workshops, please reach out to Sarah Tan (Education Lead) at email@example.com.
Coming Spring 2024
Hecuba by Marina Carr
Hecuba is a passionate reimagining of the aftermath of the Trojan War by internationally renowned playwright Marina Carr. Troy has fallen. It’s the end of war and the beginning of something else. Something worse. As the cries die down after the final battle, there are reckonings to be made. Humiliated by her defeat and imprisoned by the charismatic victor Agamemnon, the great queen Hecuba must wash the blood of her buried sons from her hands and lead her daughters forward into a world they no longer recognize. Agamemnon has slaughtered his own daughter to win this war. But now another sacrifice is demanded…In a world where human instinct has been ravaged by violence, is everything as it seems in the hearts of the winners and those they have defeated?
April 9th, 10th, 16th, and 17th
Pangea World Theater Matinee Archive
Sueño by José Rivera, an adaptation of La Vida es Sueño by Pedro Calderón de la Barca
Don't Feed the Indians: A Divine Comedy Pageant by Murielle Borst-Tarrant
Mother Courage by Bertolt Brecht
Embedded by Pratik Motwani
Isla Tuliro by Marlina Gonzalez
5 weeks by Meena Natarajan
Sabra Falling by Ismail Khalidi