Theater for Schools
In our School Matinee Program, teachers have the opportunity to bring their class to a one-act performance geared towards students, featuring adult and student performers. Often, students will even have the opportunity to meet and take photos with the cast following the show! The Farmers Market Pavilion and Cannon Hall are available to use for lunch before or after the show- if you are interested in bringing sack lunches to the Arts Center please mention it when filling out your contact form (below).
May 4,9,10,11,16, & 17, 2017
Show times: 9:30 & 11:30 $6 for students and parent chaperones, teachers are free
When Lyle the big green crocodile, turns up in the Primm family’s bathtub nobody knows quite what to do. Lyle’s singing and dancing soon wins them over, and the Primms invited him to stay. Their neighbor, Mr. Grumps, and his equally grumpy cat are not happy. They lock the talented Lyle in the zoo!
Based on the book Lyle, Lyle the Crocodile and The House on East 88th Street by Bernard Waber
Adapted for the stage by Kevin Kling, music by Richard Gray
Ready to schedule your field trip? Use the contact form below.
Submission of this form does not guarantee availability
You will receive a booking confirmation if your selected dates/times are available.
Please contact Scarlett Turney at (615) 563-2787 with any questions regarding scheduling.
For homeschool rates and reservation information, contact Beth McCrary at 615-545-4735 or email. All homeschool groups and individuals must book through Beth McCrary. Homeschool teachers bringing groups of 15 or more and are seated as a group receive one complimentary seat.
photo by Russell Mobley