Our programs help build healthy communities.
At Artists Repertory Theatre, we believe that exposure to the arts is a necessity, not a luxury. Art helps develop students’ understanding of themselves and their communities. And theatre strengthens their critical thinking, problem solving, and communications skills, as well as encouraging literacy and creativity. We are committed to sharing our time, talents, and artistic processes with students and organizations throughout the region.
“My students have not stopped talking about, discussing, analyzing, contemplating, & wondering about Next to Normal — how phenomenal!”
– Teacher, Parkrose High School
“In working with disadvantaged youth, many have never had the opportunity to see a musical, let alone one that speaks to many of their concerns in their world. The performance was spectacular. I watched as some of our roughest kids were hanging on every song and every word. It was very exciting to watch.”
– Teacher, Merlo Station High School
Bringing Students to Artists Rep
Student groups of 10 or more qualify for our student group rate. To book a group or learn more about pricing and availability, please call the box office at 503-241-1278 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For a study guide with articles, activities and discussion questions for each of our shows, please check the show page of the production in which you are interested. Not available for all productions. Study Guides are posted shortly before the show opens.
Artists Rep extends an Educator Pass offer to school teachers! Contact the box office to reserve 1 free ticket to any preview performance to any our plays. Please bring your school ID with you when you come to the show. (Please note: most of our shows are suitable for high school and college students.)
Free Student Matinees
Artists Rep is able to offer FREE Student Matinees for most of our shows this season. You can come to one or as many as you’d like, but tickets to these performances are available on a first-come, first-served basis. So, sign up soon to make sure you can take advantage of this wonderful opportunity. (Please note: most of our shows are suitable for high school and college students.) Please contact Audience Services Manager Karen Rathje at 503-241-1278x101 or by email at email@example.com.
Study Guides, with articles, activities, discussion questions, and information on the length of each show and if it has intermission will be available approximately a week before the show opens. Please check the performance show pages to download or call the Box Office at 503.241.1278.
Post-Show and Panel Discussions
Each play produced by Artists Rep features several post-show discussions with the cast that allow the audience to express their own sentiments and ask questions of the actors.
Bridge the gap between your collegiate work and your professional life. Begin your professional network with the relationships you build during an internship with Artists Rep. Read more here.