Guidelines for Student Matinees
Please read through all of the guildelines carefully. For questions contact our Group Sales Manager at (540) 885-5588 ext. 24 or email at email@example.com.
Your reservation is not complete until you have received an invoice from me and I have received your full payment or 20% deposit.
Group rates apply to groups of 15 or more.
If a group reduces its size below the 15 person minimum they will forfeit their group rate price.
The house will all be $18 reserved seating.
If a reservation is not paid when it is made, 20% deposit is required to hold the reservation. The remaining balance will be due in full 21 days prior to the performance date.
Priority Seating is based off of the receipt of the 20% deposit.
High schools and middle schools will receive one complimentary chaperone ticket for every 15 students.
Complete cancellation will result in the loss of the 20% deposit or a $40 minimum.
Any changes to a reservation must be made 21 days (three weeks) before the performance date. No changes can be made after that time.
Please plan on arriving between 10:00 AM and 10:15 AM to facilitate seating.
All empty seats will be released at 10:25 AM. Late comers will be seated at the discretion of the house manager and group sales manager.
No gum, outside food/drink, cameras, cell phones or backpacks will be allowed in the playhouse. Please make sure the chaperones and students are aware of this policy.
ASC offers study packets that include historical information about Shakespeare and the specific play being studied, as well as thematic activities, quizzes, and games to supplement the classroom curriculum. Please visit Educator Resources for more information, or contact Cass Morris, Academic Resources Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each semester, the American Shakespeare Center devotes a seminar to teaching a play from our repertoire. Professor Ralph Alan Cohen, the education staff, and actors provide teachers with a host of materials and techniques for bringing Shakespeare home to their students. \
After the end of the show, the actors return to the stage to take your questions. Learn from the actors the secrets of bringing Shakespeare from the page to the stage of the Blackfriars Playhouse.
We offer a variety of workshops for all ages. No two groups get the same workshop and no two groups will leave without a new outlook on the "infinite variety" of Shakespeare's world!
The tour is an introduction to the Blackfriars Playhouse and Elizabethan and American Shakespeare Center staging conditions. An excellent post-show activity!
Note - For everyone’s safety please don’t leave any students unattended at any time during your visit.
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