Unique opportunities for your students to engage with Berkeley Rep


Student matinees & student groups

Bring your students to the Theatre! For only $10 per student, middle and high school students can attend theatre with their classes as part of the Student Matinee Series—plus, a complimentary chaperone ticket is included with every 10 student tickets purchased. Performances listed as student matinees are reserved exclusively for student groups and include post-show Q&A sessions with the cast.

To purchase your Student Matinee Series tickets, please complete this order form. Please note that we require payment in full at the time of your order. See order form for terms and conditions.

2018–19 student matinee schedule

  • Fairview
    October 17, 2018 · 11am
  • A Doll’s House, Part 2
    October 22, 2018 · 11am
  • Paradise Square: An American Musical
    January 30, 2019 · 11am
  • Metamorphoses
    February 27, 2019 · 11am
  • The Good Book
    May 8, 2019 · 11am

Questions? Email studentmatinee@berkeleyrep.org or call 510 647–2978.

Backstage Tour

Go behind the scenes at a Tony Award-winning theatre. Students get up close and personal with the working life of a professional theatre and experience the real-world context of class curriculum. Get a taste for how shows are created, from rehearsal to costume shop, backstage to balcony. Learn about career opportunities in the performing arts and meet theatre professionals. Backstage Tours last approximately one hour and can be combined with other outreach workshops or student matinees, based on availability and scheduling.

Program benefits

  • Learn and apply basic theatre vocabulary, skills, and knowledge. (CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.CCRA.L.3)
  • Apply theatre arts curriculum to real-world context.
  • Teach students about career opportunities in the performing arts.

To book a Backstage Tour, please complete the registration form. We will contact you to confirm your scheduling once we have received all necessary registration information.

Workshop dates

February–May 2018

Workshop length

One-hour

Maximum class size

30 students / 1 teaching artist

Grade level

Grades 4–12

New concepts and vocabulary introduced

  • Acting areas
  • Actor
  • Actor’s position
  • Blocking
  • Character
  • Collaboration
  • Costume
  • Cue
  • Design
  • Dialogue
  • Diction
  • Director
  • Dramaturg
  • Dress rehearsal
  • Ensemble
  • Genre
  • Place
  • Play
  • Playwright
  • Proscenium
  • Rehearsal
  • Run crew
  • Script
  • Stage direction
  • Stage manager
  • Theme
  • Thrust
  • Vocal projection
  • Voice

 

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510 647–2949
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Administrative offices
510 647–2900
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510 647–2972
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