Performing arts education is essential in the development of students' social, intellectual, physical and emotional growth. It is well documented that experiences in drama, dance and music help students to develop their ability to think critically and creatively. Performing arts play a valuable role in helping students achieve their potential as learners and to participate fully in their community and in society as a whole." Ontario Elementary Curriculum

Booking Information

To book performances for your school group, please click Booking Form or call the Theatre Orangeville Box Office: 519-942-3423 or 1-800-424-1295.


We're hitting the road VIRTUALLY to bring the Theatre to YOUR school!

This Spring we’ll be touring an incredible production for Grade 3 to 8: Max the Magnificent  

This experience is nothing short of incredible. We bring everything to you – a complete set, sound gear, the whole nine yards, and transform your screen to Max’s bedroom. 

Max is a kid who marches to the beat of his own drum. Taylor is Max’s new step-brother, and a bully.  Max is feeling alone. How does he get Taylor to stop bullying him? How does Max reach out and make friends when no-one seems to understand him? When Xam appears out of Max's video game, Max's world is turned upside down, and this unlikely duo team up to save both their worlds, but can both be saved? There is a hero inside all of us, all it takes is believing in ourselves to find it. But sometimes you need a little help to get there.

We will be touring our next Theatre for Young Audiences production virtually through May and June 2021 .Your virtual ticket to Max the Magnificent can be viewed any time between May 3rd and June 25th. This fantastic production includes a study guide for teachers and parents to discuss the curriculum connections addressed in the performance. There will also be the opportunity to sign up for a live question-and-answer session with the actors. These sessions will be hosted via Google Meets and can be scheduled in advance.

Curriculum Connections: Drama, Health and Physical Education: Health Literacy, Language: Oral Communication/Media Literacy/Reading and Writing, Visual Arts

Running time is approx. 1hr, including a Q&A with the cast. There is also a comprehensive study guide available, (complete with class and independent worksheets, and projects).

For bookings or questions please call 519-942-3423 or email, kgallant@theatreorangeville.c

 

"Performing arts education is essential in the development of students' social, intellectual, physical and emotional growth. It is well documented that expereinces in drama, dance and music help students to develop their ability to think critically and creatively. Performing arts play a valuable role in helping students achieve their potential as learners and to participate fully in their community and in society as a whole." Ontario Elementary Curriculum

 

 

2021-2022 Education on Stage

We look forward to seeing your classes in the theatre again soon. 

Stay tuned for more opportunities! for your secondary classes. 





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One complimentary adult ticket will be provided for each booking of 10 students. Additional adult tickets can also be ordered. Payment is due in full 30 days prior to your show date. We will contact you at this time to confirm your attendance numbers.

Please plan to arrive 15-20 minutes prior to the show time, as earlier schools may not be permitted into the Opera House until that point.



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