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2021-22 Student Matinees
We are very excited to announce that we will be offering an in-person student matinee performance of Million Dollar Quartet during our 2021-2022 season!
Our Student Matinees will take place on:
Million Dollar Quartet
- May 19th, 2022 at 11:30am
The price is $20 per student. For every 15 tickets purchased, we are pleased to offer ONE complimentary chaperone ticket. Please send us an email and our Box Office team will contact you back to book your school, collect payment and provide further details.
Please include the following information in your email:
Date of performance
Number of seats required
Best time to contact you by phone
PLEASE NOTE: Seating is limited, all bookings are done on a first come first serve basis by email only. Payment in full is required by credit card at time of booking.
Do you have additional questions? We have created an FAQ that should answer most of inquiries.
For the Student Matinees of Million Dollar Quartet, all students, teachers, parents, volunteers, and chaperones are strongly encouraged to wear a mask in the lobby and seating area of the theatre.
We also ask that all students and guests refrain from bringing food or drink (or packed lunches) to the theatre for this performance. Million Dollar Quartet runs just over 90 minutes, with no intermission.
Please review our Safety & Comfort protocols for additional information.
Bring your students to Theatre Calgary to take in our season’s productions and get an interactive journey through the world of live theatre. This program is offered to students from grades 1-12, but please read information about each show to ensure the production is rated appropriately for your students.
Shows start promptly at 11:30am. The doors to the lobby will be open at 10:45 am and we will start seating students at this time. We advise you to arrive at the theatre no later than 11:15 am.
Buses and parking
If you require parking, please inquire through Calgary Parking Authority prior to your attendance.
We do not issue individual tickets for each student. Seat numbers are submitted to the Front of House department prior to your attendance and your seating is assigned the day of the performance. Front of house staff members will be present and will direct your group to their seats, to fill the house as effectively as possible.
Food, beverages, gum, cell phones, cameras and any recording devices are not allowed. Please ensure that your students are aware of this.
For performances with intermissions, we request that students do not leave the lobby areas during the intermission. If students leave the theatre and are late returning, they may not be able to get back into the auditorium once the second act begins. House Manager warnings for intermission cannot be heard outside the lobby areas.
John Mann, Tom Jackson in Beyond Eden.
Photo by Emily Cooper