The Spruce Peak Performing Art Center’s Student Matinee Series partners with the education department of the Flynn Center in Burlington, to connect children, teachers, and schools with the performing arts in deep and meaningful ways. Together, we bring performances to Vermont that both complement school curriculum, and introduce students to new worlds.
The Student Matinee Series is one of Spruce Peak Arts community and education programs and funded by our Community & Education Fund.
The 2019-2020 Student Matinee Series:
These high-quality performances illustrate the dynamic relationship between the performing arts and history, literature, and world cultures. Teachers, students, and parents prepare and reflect upon the performances using free comprehensive study guides posted online.
- Walk Two Moons– Friday, October, 11 10am
- Go Home Tiny Monster – Tuesday, November 5, 10am
- Rhapsody in Black – Thursday, November 7, 11am
- Che Malambo– Wednesday, February 5, 10am
- David Gonzalez: Boy Who Could Sing Pictures– Thursday, May 14, 10am
Companion workshops are available for those who wish to explore the shows with a teaching artist, who will come to your classroom.
Are you a school or home-school group interested in attending? If so, please contact our partner, the Education Department at the Flynn Center in Burlington, click name for link or at 802-652-4548, ext 1, for tickets, companion workshops and information.
Spruce Peak Arts contact is Julianne Nickerson, firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-760-4638, Education and Marketing Manager.
These Student Matinee performances are supported by the Community & Education Fund and its sponsors. Additional funding provided by the 2018-2019 Spruce Peak Lights Festival sponsors. Support arts education by becoming a MEMBER of Spruce Peak Arts.
We are deeply grateful to the foundations, businesses and individuals whose sponsorship creates accessibility to the arts and enhances educational experiences for area students!