Student Matinee Program

Student Matinees

The PTC Student Matinee Program is designed to expose your students grades 6 to 12 to live professional theatre so they can develop an understanding of and love for this great art form. Wednesday matinees are held for all shows of the season and are open to grade school, junior high, and high school groups only. These performances are exactly the same as the evening performances, and feature the same quality professional theatre.

Pioneer Theatre Company provides educators with a Study Guide to enhance their experience and “talk-back” sessions post-performance with the actors the students just saw on stage. The Study Guides are funded in part by a grant from the George Q. Morris Foundation.

Student Matinees begin at 2 p.m. and are always held on Wednesdays. Ending times vary for each show. Tickets range from free to $16. We can occasionally provide assistance with ticket prices or transportation.

Matinee tickets are limited and reserved on a first come-first served basis. For best seating and the greatest convenience, call PTC’s Educational Coordinator at 801-585-9840, or email: education@pioneertheatre.org.

If Wednesday matinees are not an option for your group, Student group tickets (half price of regular prices) are also available on Monday and Tuesday evenings.

2021-2022 Wednesday Student Matinees

The joint is jumping in this lively celebration of ‘Fats’ Waller

Ain’t Misbehavin’ 

September 15, 2021

September, 22, 2021


World Premiere

Ass

October 27, 2021


One of PTC’s most popular Christmas productions of all time!

Elf the Musical

Dec 8, 2021 SOLD OUT

Dec 15, 2021 SOLD OUT


 A (very!) timely World Premiere

The Messenger 

January 19, 2022

January 26, 2022


Hear ye, Broadway! Welcome to the ‘90s… the 1590s!

Something Rotten! 

March 2, 2022

March 9, 2022


Utah Premiere!

Fireflies 

April 6, 2022

April 13, 2022


One of Broadway’s most enduring musical hits

Hello, Dolly! 

May 18, 2022

May 25, 2022 


Major support for Pioneer Theatre Company’s Education Programs is provided by:

  • Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts, and Parks Program
  • Salt Lake City Arts Council / Arts Learning Program
  • Simmons Family Foundation
  • The Meldrum Foundation
  • The R. Harold Burton Foundation
  • George Q. Morris Foundation