Student Opportunities

Free Prologue Children's Festival

From our friends at Prologue to the Performing Arts:Prologue Children's Festival: May 25 at the YPT!A smorgasbord of FREE, family fun will be served up Monday May 25 at 7 p.m., when the Prologue Children’s Festival for the Arts presents a jaw-dropping variety of award-winning Canadian talent at Young People’s Theatre! 

Bur Oak Secondary School breaks down barriers with "Shoes"

The Special Needs class of Bur Oak Secondary School in Markham made history on March 3, 2015, when they competed at the Ontario Sears Drama Festival. This unique show titled “Shoes” featured youth who are living with challenges such as autism, developmental delays, and Downs Syndrome. In visually innovative ways, the show explores the hopes and dreams of these young people. 

Roseneath Theatre Presents Tough Case | Grades 7 - 12 | Touring March 12 - May 4, 2012

Tough Case is a moving play that explores the practice of restorative justice. Told from the perspective of Dane, a teen-aged young offender, Tough Case challenges existing assumptions about justice and retribution. Both entertaining and thought provoking, don't miss this show! For more information or to book a performance at your school, contact education@roseneath.ca.Available bookings for schools:Monday April 23rd – AM and PM Performance available, Friday April 27th – AM Performance available, Tuesday May 1st – AM Performance available, Wednesday May 2nd – AM Performance available.

ENHANCE YOUR THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE WITH WORKSHOPS FOR STUDENTS & TEACHERS: Young People's Theatre

Enhance your students’ theatregoing experience with an hour-long pre or post-show workshop taught by a professional YPT Artist-Educator! Workshops available for: SeussicalTM, The Great Mountain, and Jack and the Giant Beanstalk. We also offer a variety of other workshops in schools that can be customized to your needs. 

Red Snow Special Teachers' Night - January 21st at Theatre Passe Muraille

The World Premiere of RED SNOW by Diana TsoForbidden Love. Forgotten Holocaust.RED SNOW: Isabel’s recurring nightmare of her grandparents’ favorite Chinese opera drives her to search for their silenced story. On her journey she falls in love with Jason, a man who is connected to the same forgotten holocaust. When their lives collide they struggle to reconcile the past with the present - for themselves and their families, shaken from their lifelong silence by Isabel’s pilgrimage to uncover the secrets of her grandmother’s history ... and her own.

Toronto's Dance History 1900-1980: Exhibition by Dance Collection Danse

Toronto's Dance History 1900-1980, an exhibition curated by Dance Collection Danse - Canada's largest dance archives, explores the development of the city's dance scene from influential touring artists to vaudevillians to the ballet and modern dance booms and the diversity of dance practiced in the city.And CODE members receive discounts on Dance Collection Danse's publications!

Shaw Festival Bus Subsidy Program - Worth Up to $500!

Attention Educators! Book a performance of The Admirable Crichton, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof or Heartbreak House for a group of 30 or more students, and the Shaw will reimburse you 50% of the round-trip transportation to Niagara-on-the-Lake, up to $500.

12th World Festival of Children's Theatre in Sydney, Australia

The International Amateur Theatre Association (IATA/AITA) is inviting groups to participate in the 12th World Festival of Children's Theatre, to be held in Sydney, Australia in the fall of 2012. . .

Limited Engagement! Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company Presents One of a Kind

The Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company and Nephesh present, direct from Israel, a fascinating story that appeals to students of all ages. Two shows only on Thursday, February 24th at 1:15pm and 7:30pm at the Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front Street East, Toronto.

Performance & Learning Series: Sugar and Gold, The Story of the Underground Railroad in Canada at the Royal Conservatory

The Royal Conservatory of Music and Learning Through The Arts inviting you, your students, your colleagues, and their students to our third concert in the Performance & Learning Series: Sugar and Gold, The Story of the Underground Railroad in Canada, a very special Grades 3-8 Music and Learning event on Tuesday, January 18th, 2011 at 10:30am.This fantastic, interactive performance arrives just in time to prepare students for Black History Month and all attending groups will receive a teaching guide.