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 an accommodation (wheelchair spot(s), sign language interpreter, etc.).
Workshop for Teachers - Orff-Schulwerk
by Aaron Williams with Collision of Rhythm
Thursday, April 22, 2021, from 4:00-6:30 pm
This workshop will focus on the Orff-Schulwerk process. Ideal for new and experienced E.S. music teachers. Q&A at the end of the workshop.
Aaron Williams (Level III) is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, and passionate music-educator originally from Kansas City, MO. He is the Co-founder of Collision of Rhythm and director of the Orff-Schulwerk program at Children’s Community School in Los Angeles. There he develops and teaches Orff-based curriculum to grades K-6, incorporating singing, community engagement, percussion, tap-dance, piano, and more.
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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 for 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.