Student Matinees

Thank you for your interest in our Student Matinee program. We are not currently offering in-person student matinees for the remainder of the season.

Instead, we are offering free access to digital streams of our performances including supporting materials - a study guide, and interviews with the cast and crew.

Additionally, we are providing discounted tickets ($5) for Educators, Teachers and Students with proof of school ID to all our performances for the remainder of the season. Please sign up below –


Please note that this is an INFORMATION REQUEST ONLY. It does not guarantee the scheduling of a program.


Student Matinee Information Request



Sense and Sensibility

Book, music, and lyrics by Paul Gordon
Based on the novel by Jane Austen
Directed by Robert Kelley

March 9, 2022—April 3, 2022


Echoing his triumphant hits Pride and Prejudice and Emma, Tony Award nominee Paul Gordon returns with a glorious musical of Sense and Sensibility, Jane Austen’s beloved romantic masterpiece. With fortune lost to fate and passion lost to folly, two captivating sisters must sail the unpredictable seas of courtship and convention. Overflowing with intrigue and humor, this enchanting adaptation sparkles with unforgettable songs, stunning sets, and gorgeous costumes—a sensational new musical.



August Wilson's
Gem of the Ocean

Directed by Tim Bond

April 6, 2022—May 1, 2022

Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner August Wilson’s American Century Cycle begins with this inspirational tale of transformation. Slavery is a living memory in 1904 when Citizen Barlow, a young man desperate for redemption and wracked with guilt, arrives at Aunt Ester’s doorstep. A 285-year-old prophet and renowned “washer of souls,” Aunt Ester sends him on a mystical journey of justice and freedom that is as urgent and as expansive as the soul of America. A close friend of Wilson and long-time interpreter of his work, Artistic Director Tim Bond brings spiritual music and vibrant theatricality to the TheatreWorks stage.



Book by Terrence McNally
Music by Stephen Flaherty  Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
From the novel by  E. L. Doctorow
Directed by Robert Kelley

June 1, 2022—June 26, 2022 


This timeless musical masterpiece celebrates the soaring sounds and hopeful spirit of America at the dawn of the last century. To the syncopated rhythms of a hopeful new age, this unforgettable theatrical tapestry interweaves the delights of vaudeville, baseball, and nickelodeon with the hurly-burly of labor rallies and racial unrest, tracing the lives of an enterprising Jewish immigrant, a courageous Harlem pianist, and a conflicted upper-class wife in a jubilant, inclusive tribute to the American Dream



By Madhuri Shekar
Directed by Jeffrey Lo

June 29, 2022—July 24, 2022

What if all the bees abandoned their Queen? In this high-stakes environmental drama, best friends Sanam and Ariel, PhD candidates from India and the U.S., research the collapse of bee colonies worldwide, dreaming they might collapse the glass ceiling of academia. When a flaw emerges in their research, their friendship, careers, and even an arranged marriage are at risk. With ecological disaster on the horizon, should they withdraw their findings or compromise them to protect the planet?


Nan and the Lower Body

By Jessica Dickey
Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

July 13, 2022—August 7, 2022


A pioneering doctor wants a full-time successor. A loving husband wants a full-time family. And Nan wants it all. She is the brilliant lab assistant of good-humored Dr. Papanicolaou, the life-saving inventor of the Pap smear. In this frank and funny, engaging audience favorite from our New Works Festival, Nan has mysteries to unravel and life-changing choices to make. But who can unwind the mysteries of the heart?  



Hershey Felder
As Monsieur Chopin

By Hershey Felder
Music by Fryderyk Chopin
Directed by Joel Zwick

August 17, 2022—September 11, 2022

In a stunning, tour de force performance, virtuoso actor/pianist Hershey Felder creates Fryderyk Chopin, the “Poet of the Piano,” welcoming gifted students to his Paris salon in the 1840s. The students? You! Maestro Chopin hosts an intimate evening of enthralling music, sharing secrets of his little-known romances, exuberant personality, and intense vision of the art of the piano. Come share the spirit and insight of a genius brought to life before your eyes.