Teachers can give students a real theater experience with shows specifically planned with K-12 students in mind by national & world touring artists.  Please email or call 435-554-7065 if you would like assistance or to request accommodation (wheel chair spot(s), sign language interpreter, etc.).

We realize many schools may not be holding assemblies this year, let alone field trips to indoor auditoriums.  Some shows may be able to provide a virtual performance or in-class activity.  Please register your interest should alternative options become available or circumstances change during the school year.

Air Play has been postponed with dates tentatively planned for fall 2021.

Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company

Thursday, November 5 & Friday, November 6, 2020

Curriculum Connection: Dance

Experience Utah's most established institution for contemporary dance.  A Utah State Board of Education POPS program, they have developed dynamic programs for education and community outreach.  Through world wide performance and educational undertakings, the Company persues its mission to make dance a viable part of everyone's life - whether it be as creators, performers, dance educators, critics, or as participating audience members.  Dance is for everyone!

Video about Ririe-Woodbury K-12 Education program

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Ririe-Woodbury can connect with you virtually using Webex or Zoom.

Collision of Rhythm


Wednesday, April 14, 2021 from 1-2pm

Curriculum Connection: Music

Collision of Rhythm is a duo comprised of tap-dancing virtuoso, Aaron Williams, and beatbox-juggling keynote speaker, Bronkar Lee.  They have been featured on The Tonight Show, America's Got Talent, and Superbowl commercials.  Both have achieved internet fame with "rhythmic" viral videos - Aaron, through his virtuosic rendition of "Mario on Marimba" (over 100 million views), and Bronkar, as the "Beatbox Dad," through a video of him beatboxing with his son (over 200 million views).  They first performed together onstage in a completely improvised moment during a TEDx event in Hollywood in 2013.  Since then, they've performed entertainment shows, led educational outreach workshops, and given keynotes on collaboration and teamwork all across the U.S.  Their performance is rhythm-centered with drumming, tap dancing, rhythmic juggling, marimba, piano, saxophone, flute, and much more.  Between choreographed musical pieces, there is audience interaction, humor, and personal stories. 

Bronkar Lee is a musician, producer, and keynote speaker.  Bronkar has been a circus ringmaster, plays 42 instruments, has produced multiple theater shows, and authored "BAM: Bold Achievement Method" which outlines a 6-step process for accelerated learning.

Aaron Williams is a virtuosic tap dancing multi-instrumentalist, trained in classical music, jazz, and rudimental percussion technique.  He is also a world-class music educator.  He holds top level certification in Orff-Schulwerk pedagogy, and he has presented teacher training workshops for AOSA, KIPP Schools, CMEA and several colleges and universities.

Video of Collision of Rhythm

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  • A Performance for K-12 students (60 min)

  • Orff-Schulwerk Teaching Workshop with Aaron Williams

More Coming Next Season.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can attend student matinees?

Public, Charter, Private, and Home schools, grades K-12 are welcome to attend with chaperones.  Although there is no specific dress code, students are encouraged to dress extra nice on show days.  The theater is not a good place to bring babies and preschoolers.  Make other arrangements for them during showtime.

What is the process for reserving seats to student matinees?

Click the “Student Matinee Sign Up” button on this page to reserve your tickets.  An invoice will be sent and seats assigned once paid.  Students in wheelchairs may be seated separately from your group with a companion.  Refunds will not be given for unused seats.  If you need to cancel your reservation – you will be issued a refund only if we are able to fill your seats and with a $25 fee.

Home Schools may follow the instructions for online ticket purchases in the fall.

Is there a cost to attend?

Yes. CacheArts student matinees are $1 per seat.

Student matinees of nationally touring performing artists cost between $14 and $27 per attending student.  Each student’s dollar is matched many times over by funds from generous public and private sponsors.

Cache Valley Center for the Arts

Ellen Eccles Theatre

Bullen Center

Thatcher-Young Mansion
43 S Main St, Logan, UT
Phone: 435.752.0026
Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

and 1 hour prior to any theatre performance

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