Three Ways to Teach Your Students About Opera
1. STUDENT NIGHT AT THE OPERA
Schools and educational groups can attend our dress rehearsal for only $12.50 per ticket. It's a fantastic way to introduce your students to opera at a greatly reduced price!
Eligibility: Tickets for Student Night must be purchased by the school/educational group, which includes K-12, home schools, post-secondary, music educators and conservatories, and youth groups.
Falstaff, Thursday, November 17, 7:30 pm
Werther, Thursday, April 27, 7:30 pm
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To order tickets,
Assigned Seating for Student Night
All seating is assigned. Upon receipt of your tickets, check for your seat number. Seats will be filled on a first come, first served basis, so large groups may way to place their orders early.
2. OPERA STUDY GUIDE
The Study Guide is full of resources for teaching your students about our productions and about opera in general.
3. OPERA IN A TRUNK
Opera trunks are a great way to introduce your students to opera or to prepare them for Student Night at the Opera! For three weeks, your class can borrow one of our trunks containing props, costumes, activities, crafts, a CD and DVD of the opera, and a guide for putting it all together.
Trunks can be borrowed for free for a three-week period.
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Education, Outreach, and Audience Engagement
Student Night at the Opera
2016/17 Study Guides
Curriculum Connections: Music and Drama
Curriculum Connections: English Language Arts