Plan NOW for next year’s educational field trips!
A dragon, civil rights leaders, secrets shared via postcard, and a curious monkey are featured in the 2017-18 youth series programming from Purdue Convocations. In addition, take advantage of discount tickets to see Food Network personality, Alton Brown.
Will you join us for these great theatrical adventures? Our Youth Series performances meet many curricular standards. Events fill up quickly, so please make your reservations by May 23. Early reservations will be confirmed by June 1. All remaining reservations are filled on a first-come, first served basis throughout the year.
Make your reservations today!
Transportation and ticket scholarships available
Contact Amanda Mayes for details: 765-494-2695
Special Youth Series Ticket Price: $26 in Zone C for educators and their students ONLY.
These matinees give area schoolchildren the opportunity to attend a performing-arts presentation in a theater and, for many students, serve as an introduction to live performance. Featured performances for the 2017-18 season include My Father’s Dragon, Freedom Riders, PostSecret: The Show, and Curious George: The Golden Meatball.
Some artists bring their talents directly to local schools. These performances or master classes help us reach many additional area students through the arts—allowing them to ask questions of the artists and get to know them as people as well as performers.
Purdue Convocations wants to ensure that every student has access to performing-arts events. Our scholarship program helps remove economic barriers that prevent students from attending Convocations events by providing scholarships that subsidize tickets and transportation to student matinees and placing artist residencies in schools with demonstrated economic need.
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