Triad Stage is proud to offer Student Rush tickets for every performance. Student Rush tickets are available as walk-up sales at the Triad Stage Box Office one hour before each performance. One ticket per student ID, subject to availability.
Join us for student matinees to four of Triad Stage's 2017/2018 productions. Dates are below:
Student matinee tickets can be reserved by calling the Triad Stage Box Office at (336) 272-0160 or emailing us at email@example.com.
Interested in an extended experience for your students? New this season, we are excited to offer pre- and post-show workshops for groups who attend student matinees. These one-hour workshops can be scheduled at your convenience and on your campus. Contact Learning Director Lauren Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to book a workshop.
Want to get to know more about what happens backstage? Schedule a field trip to Triad Stage in Greensboro!
Field trips include a tour of Triad Stage's main facility (including the Pyrle Theater and its backstage area) and a theater-based workshop in one of the main spaces (the Pyrle Theater, the professional Sloan Rehearsal Hall, or the UpStage Cabaret space). Field trips are appropriate for students in grades 3 and up. Teachers can choose from one of several workshop options, or can work with Triad Stage learning staff members to design a workshop that corresponds to their curriculum. Choices for workshops are below:
Enliven your classroom curriculum with an arts integration residency from Triad Stage! We are excited to customize our arts-based activities to meet your academic goals for a specific lesson or unit. Arts integration has a number of proven benefits, both academic and social-emotional, for students. For more information, contact Learning Director Lauren Smith at email@example.com.
For students in PreK-5th grade, we can explore topics of all curricular areas, including English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics, as well as social-emotional principles such as bystander intervention in bullying situations and empathy-building through taking on the perspectives of others.
Residencies are generally five one-hour sessions, which can take place over one week or once a week over a five-week period.
Examples of residencies for elementary students include:
For students in grades 6th-8th, we can explore topics of all curricular areas. Some examples might include:
For high school students, we can tailor programming to address learning goals in many academic areas. Examples might include:
Not seeing something that works ideally with your curriculum? Let us design a program specifically for you! Contact Learning Director Lauren Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org for details!
We offer a variety of skills-based theater workshops and residencies for middle and high school drama and theater classes. These programs can consist of three or five sessions, and are based on specific theater performance and design techniques. Choose from the following options:
Not seeing exactly what you're looking for? Let us design a program specifically for you! Contact Learning Director Lauren Smith at email@example.com for details!
Are you looking for a way to enhance your school's fine and performing arts classes? Partnering with Triad Stage for after-school classes is a great way to offer engaging, arts-based programming for students in grades K-12. All curriculum is aligned with the North Carolina Standard Course of Study for Arts Education.
We are currently offering the following options for after-school classes.
In this fun, active program, which uses both popular youth literature and young people's own stories as a guide, elementary school students can build foundational skills in performance and storytelling. This program focuses on using the key elements of body, voice, and imagination. Students also build skills in collaboration, public speaking, and literacy. Program includes six one-hour sessions (once a week for six weeks) and is ideal for 6-18 students. Curriculum can be tailored for students in either grades K-2 or 3-5. Program can culminate in a sharing for family and friends if desired.
Middle and high school students can engage in this fast-paced, active program that invites them to make connections with the Bard's text and principles of performance. Program includes six ninety-minute sessions (once a week for six weeks) and is ideal for 6-12 students and can be tailored for either middle school or high school students. Program can culminate in a sharing for family and friends if desired.
Middle and high school students will learn the basics of making their own performances through a variety of creative techniques. Students will practice writing, storytelling, creative movement, and collaboration over the course of six ninety-minute sessions (once a week for six weeks). This program is ideal for 10-12 students and can be tailored for either middle school or high school students. Program can culminate in a sharing for family and friends if desired.
Not seeing exactly what you need? Email Learning Director Lauren Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about designing an after-school curriculum specifically for your students!
In 2016 we collaborated with NC A&T State University to produce the inaugural Greensboro regional finals of this national competition, and we are already working on plans to participate again in 2018. More information coming soon!
We proudly host this an annual festival sponsored by the North Carolina Theatre Arts Educators (NCTAE) and UNCG Theatre Education. For more information about the NC Young Playwrights Festival, please visit their website.
In the 2018-2019 season, we will be launching on-site classes that explore diverse elements of making theater and the creative process, including acting, playwriting, design, devising, and many more! Stay tuned to this page for updates or sign up for updates here. More information about camps and on-site classes beginning in spring 2018.