Student Matinees

Page-to-Stage Student Matinees bring literature to life by national touring companies. The cost is $6 per student. Schools receive one free adult ticket for every 10 student tickets.

For questions or information please contact Kristi Unger at 260.274.1418 or email.


Click Clack Moo

Mon. Nov. 7, 2022

10 am & 12 pm*

*Both shows are currently full, but you may still be added to waiting list.
Honeywell Center

Recommended for grades K-4

Approx. 60 min.

When Farmer Brown’s granddaughter Jenny comes to visit, Farmer Brown declares the farm a tech-free zone. He takes her laptop in the cold barn with the cows who type messages requesting blankets! When Farmer Brown refuses, the cows go on strike and the chickens join them. Will he give into the demands? Find out in this hilariously moving musical about negotiation and compromise. Based on the Caldecott Honor Book by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin. 


A Christmas Carol

Mon. Dec. 5, 2022

10 am & 12 pm

Honeywell Center

Recommended for grades K-5

Approx. 42 min.

Virginia Repertory Theatre presents an adaptation of the Dickens’ classic, particularly suited to children. Watch Mr. Scrooge have a change of heart from stone to gold as he is visited by the ghosts of Christmas. All the joy, sentiment and meaning are here, without being too scary for young audiences.


Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

Tues. March 14, 2023

10 am & 12 pm

Honeywell Center

Recommended for grades 3-8

Approx. 45 min.

Virginia Repertory Theatre presents a stirring musical drama tribute to the great American who freed herself and hundreds of others from the bonds of slavery. Her courage helped to change the world. Share her adventurous life with your students in this accurate and deeply moving musical history lesson.


El Otro Oz

(The Other Oz)

Wed. April 12

10 am & 12 pm
Honeywell Center

Recommended for grades 3-7

Click your heels together tres veces and take a transformative journey with this salsa, merengue, and Mexican folk-infused bi-lingual musical inspired by The Wizard of Oz. Dora, a contemporary Latine teenager, struggles with her family’s ideas about tradition and dreads her impending quinceañera. But when she gets swept away to a strange new land, she learns how to celebrate her unique rhythm and embrace her cultural identity. This performance is easy to follow for both students fluent in (or learning) Spanish, and those who are not.