Enhance your students appreciation of and access to the performing arts through our school-day performances for K-12 students with accompanying study guides. Home-school students welcome!
Tickets are only $5. Click HERE to download our School Show Brochure.
Click HERE to download an updated flyer.
Don't let cost get in your way! Think you can't afford to the tickets? Can't afford the transportation? Call us at 610.758.5774! We may be able to help. For more information or reservations, call Ticket Services at 610-758-2787, ext 0 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2022-2023 School Show Schedule
Grace for President | WED NOV 2 | 10am & 12:30pm
Mad River Theatre Freedom Flight | WED MAR 8 | 10am & 12:30pm
Janet's Planet: A Tour Through the Solar System | WED APR 19 | 10am & 12:30pm
Bonnie Duncan Squirrel Stole My Underpants | MAY 10, 11 & 12 | 10am & 12:30pm
In-School Assembly Programs: Performances with local and visiting guest artists that can be brought to your school. If you are interested in our in-school assembly programs click here.
NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC | SEP 28
Middle and High School students have the opportunity to observe a master class taught by the New York Philharmonic to the Lehigh University Philharmonic, centered on Brahms.
DAN + CLAUDIA ZANES | NOV 28
Families with students who have special needs are invited to participate in a music therapy session to learn songs, movement, and various activities designed to help discover their music potential.
TRAVELING WHILE BLACK | JAN – APR
Middle and High School students have the opportunity to explore a cinematic VR experience that will immerse them in the history of the restriction of movement for Black Americans in an artistic installation that recreates the setting of Ben’s Chili Bowl restaurant in Washington, D.C. Click here for event information.
WU FEI HELLO GOLD MOUNTAIN | FEB 9
Attend a performance of Wu Fei’s Hello Gold Mountain, a piece inspired by the stories of German Jews who fled to Shanghai during WWII. This piece is a sign of hopeful cooperation across cultural boundaries.
BANDALOOP | APR 13
All ages are welcome to watch an aerial vertical dance performance on the outside wall of Lehigh’s library. Following the performance, students will go inside the library to discuss the performance and learn about local silk mill history in partnership with the National Museum of Industrial History.
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