BROADEN THEIR WORLD

Arts experiences have a proven, tangible benefit to student learning. And they’re entertaining! Attending a live theatrical performance where stories and characters are brought to life on stage not only develops students’ reading comprehension and critical thinking skills, it also deepens their ability to empathize and tolerate differences. GREAT Weekday Student matinee help to expand your students’ imagination and creativity while supporting your curriculum and learning goals.

Field trip reservations for the 2021 – 2022 school year will begin in October.
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Roald Dahl’s MATILDA

The twisted genius of Roald Dahl brings to life the story of an extraordinary girl who, armed with a sharp mind and vivid imagination, dares to take a stand and change her destiny. Children and adults alike will be thrilled and delighted by this hit musical, celebrating the power of imagination. Matilda is an inspiring story for those who dream of a better life. Audiences will be captivated by dazzling performances, pumped-up musical arrangements, and recognize the important message about becoming your own person. Between suspense and laughter, this production proves that each of us has the power within to change our story. Get ready for a little revolution!

PERFORMANCE DATES:

  • Tuesday, Feb 1st at  9am & 12pm
  • Thursday, Feb 3rd at 9am & 12pm
  • Estimated show length is 90 minutes. Please allow 20 minutes for dismissal.

THEATRE: Paramount Center for the Arts, downtown St. Cloud

TICKET PRICES:

  • $8 students | $10 adults
  • 1 Free Adult Chaperone Ticket for every 15 students
  • Pick-your-price scholarship available upon request.

SAFETY: The safety of students and educators attending as well as our artists, staff, and volunteers is a top priority. Safety related COVID-19 will be posted when reservations begin.


SPRING 2022 TITLE TBD

Stay tuned for the announcement of another show intended for preschool through second grade that will performed at the Helgeson Learning Lab Theatre in Waite Park in April 2022.