Columbia Education tour
Bringing quality live theatre to your students for FREE!
Columbia Theatre presents our brand new Education Tour! Bring our Main Stage productions to your school or performance venue complete with original cast members from the show.
Education Tour events are an hour in length and include:
• A brief performance from the show
• A live Q&A with the cast following the performance
• An acting workshop led by the actors and Columbia teaching artists.
Our fall tour performances of Tommy Jamerson’s The Jungle Book will be traveling from October 17–November 4, 2022, and our spring tour performances of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet will be traveling from February 13–17 and February 27–March 3.
Performances are available to be scheduled for Tuesdays–Fridays during that time period. Mondays will be reserved as rescheduling days in the event that rescheduling is necessary for any reason.
Take a Field Trip to our Historic Theatre
We are always happy to welcome educational groups wishing to visit and tour our incredible facility. Members of our staff will take you behind the scenes and can even lead interactive workshops as part of your visit.
This field trip package is offered at $5 per student and $3 per teacher with large group discounts available for groups of 50 and larger.
We look forward to seeing you and your students at the theatre!
Coming summer 2023
Columbia Summer Theatre Workshops
Week 1: July 10-15th
Week 2: July 17-22th.
Morning Session from 9am-12pm.
Afternoon Session from 1pm-4pm.
Students aged 10-17 will have the opportunity to study:
Acting the Fight with Ben Norman, Columbia's Associate Director and Dueling Arts International Associate Fight Instructor. Explore an introduction to unarmed and armed combat for the stage.
Acting for the Stage with Jim Winter, Columbia's Artistic Director and Tommy Jamerson*, Columbia's Resident Playwright.
Week 1 is an actor-training workshop.
Week 2 teaches actors how to use their skills to help playwrights develop scripts.
Students can register for one or both classes each session and can sign up for both weeks because the workshops will be different each week.
Each week culminates in a public showcase celebrating the students' work.