Thursday, October 13, 2011

Take Education Outside of the Classroom

Educators and student groups have the fun and affordable opportunity to take education outside of the classroom by joining the Student Balcony Club.

There are so many ways to use our exciting and amazing shows as an educational tool. Dance students have the opportunity to see legendary companies like American Ballet Theatre and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in order to improve upon their technique. School teachers can educate their students on the importance of accessibility and inclusion within the disabled community with a trip to see AXIS Dance Company. History or social studies teachers can celebrate the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend by taking their students to see Too Hot to Handel: The Jazz-Gospel Messiah. Instrumental and vocal students can see the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra with Rockapella to gather inspiration during practice time. The arts aren't just about education—they’re about having fun and fostering a community within the classroom too. DRUMLINE LIVE and Rasta Thomas' BAD BOYS of DANCE are perfect shows to engage students because both offer a contemporary take on classical music and dance, turning an experience with the arts into one giant party! And finally, college students will love one of the most exciting contemporary dance companies in the world, Batsheva Dance Company.

You can join the Student Balcony Club by booking a group of 10+ people, and remember the majority of the group must be students. Student Balcony Club members save 20% on balcony tickets (instead of our standard 10% group discount) for price levels 3 & 4. This means tickets are as little as $24!

You can learn more about booking your student group and access color-coded price maps by clicking here.

For more information or to reserve your seats, contact Nicole or Katie at 312-431.2357 or

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