Schooltime Matinees

 

Each year, the Schauer Arts Center welcomes over 10,000 students to its Schooltime Matinee Series where they experience the best of professional theater.  Exposure to live theater ignites a child's imagination in a unique way, opening the door to a greater understanding of the world and a life-long love of the arts.  You may place a reservation via phone (262-670-0560, ext 0), by mailing in an order form (link below) or Online (instructions below).

 

View 2022 Schooltime Brochure Download Order Form (pdf)

Reserve Seats or Pay Invoice


How to Reserve Your Seats Online

  • Click RESERVE SEATS OR PAY INVOICE

  • Enter code SCHOOL in the pre-sale access code box and hit Enter or click ADD CODE to view our Schooltime Matinees

  • Find your performance/show time and click the box that reads CLICK TO BUY

  • Use Dropdown to select TOTAL number of all attendees (teachers, aides, students, parents, chaperones) and click BUY TICKETS

  • Check your order for accuracy then click BUY TICKETS SHOW ABOVE

  • Click CHECKOUT & PAY (even though no payment is due)

  • Login or create a new account

  • Click HOLD TICKETS AT WILL CALL, then enter grades attending and any special needs (Vision/Hearing Impairments, Wheelchair Access) in COMMENTS Box

  • Click CONFIRM ORDER FOR PROCESSING

  • Check your email for a confirmation (including your spam folder). If you did not receive an email confirmation within 5 minutes, please check to ensure you've completed the above steps.

  • You will receive a MAILED contract and invoice within one week of placing a reservation online.  If you do not receive the contract and invoice, we DID NOT receive your request for tickets. Please contact Sandy@SchauerCenter.org to check on your reservation.

  • Please READ, SIGN and RETURN your Remittance Copy of the contract within 30 days.

Making reservations for more than one performance? Re-enter SCHOOL in the pre-sale access code box and repeat!

Once received by our office, your online reservation will be processed as an order, using the correct price based on the number of seats you requested. NOTE: Online reservations are not a guaranteed reservation unless you receive an email confirmation.

"Schooltime Matinees bring books to life! I'm a homeschooling mom and the Schauer has allowed my kids to appreciate the drama arts. The staff is very friendly and there is always a good seat in the house, regardless of where you sit!" - Schooltime Matinee Educator


All upcoming Schooltime Matinee Events


Feb 22:
10:00 AM | 12:30 PM |

Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson’s number “42” has come to symbolize the triumph of the human spirit over incredible odds. This biographical tale follows the life of Jackie Robinson, the first black baseball player to cross the color lines in the Major Leagues. A real-life hero and a tribute to the power of persistence and determination in the face of adversity, see why Jackie Robinson has inspired so many people both in and out of sports! Performed by Bright Star Theatre.
Curriculum Connections: Black History, Health and Wellness, History and Social Studies



Feb 25:
10:00 AM | 12:30 PM |

Very Hungry Caterpillar-CANCELLED

THIS PERFORMANCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED BY THE ARTIST. THEY WILL NOT BE TOURING IN THE UNITED STATES DURING THE 2021/22 SCHOOL YEAR.

Mar 1:
10:00 AM | 12:30 PM |

Number the Stars

Annemarie Johannsen’s family lives in Copenhagen, downstairs from her best friend, Ellen Rosen. When the Nazi call for Ellen’s family goes out, Annemarie’s family springs into action, spiriting Ellen away to the shore, in preparation for the journey across the sea. But before they get that far, Annemarie will have to step into the fray and put her own life at risk for the sake of saving her friend. This thrilling true-life adventure based on Lois Lowry’s popular book shows the power of friendship in times of struggle. Performed by Greatworks Theatre.
Curriculum Connections: Holocaust Studies, Language Arts, Literature-Based, Social Studies



Mar 24:
10:00 AM | 10:00 AM | 12:30 PM | 12:30 PM |

Mark Nizer's ScienceSplosion

Have you ever wondered why science works? How do we know what is true and what isn’t? How does a laser work? What is gravity? Mark Nizer’s ScienceSplosion takes you on a journey through time and space to help figure these things out. Using multimedia, juggling, lasers and more, Nizer teaches kids how science works, and how to determine what is true and what is not. Performed by Mark Nizer.
Curriculum Connections: Science, Physical Science, Life Science, Kinetic Energy



Apr 5:
10:00 AM | 12:30 PM |

Ecology is Awesome!

Steve Trash: Ecology Is Awesome (A Totally Rockin’ Environment Show) focuses on pollution, conservation of natural resources, and the amazing connections that exist in the natural world. It features all new music, new tricks, new explanations, and new Garbage Monsters. Steve’s shows are always an excellent blend of curriculum based ecological lessons (with lesson plans) and awesome green themed magic tricks, music, and craziness that kids find irresistible. Kids will take home a new understanding of their connection to the planet. Performed by Steve Trash.
Curriculum Connections: Pollution, Recycling, Environment, Ecology



"We love the programs offered at the Schauer Arts Center. They are well planned and give our students an opportunity to practice theater etiquette in a meaningful way. Plus, they learn something they can apply in the classroom." - Schauer Schooltime Matinee Educator