Cinderella Student Matinee

Student Matinee

Bring the classics to life with Driving Miss Daisy, Cinderella, Medea, and Much Ado About Nothing. Your class can attend a free student matinee performance of our productions. Our student matinees are every Thursday during the production run. We encourage your class to stay a few minutes after the show so our actors can answer any questions your students may have.
Register your class by filling out our sign-up form.

Matinee Schedule

Driving Miss Daisy
(grades 5th – 12th)
November 7th 10am
November 14th 10am
Cinderella
(grades K – 6th)
December 5th 10am
December 12th 10am
December 19th 10am
Medea
(grades 5th – 12th)
March 6th 10am
March 13th 10am
March 20th 10am
March 27th 10am
Much Ado About Nothing
(grades 5th – 12th)
May 1st 10am
May 8th 10am
May 15th 10am
May 22nd 10am

Performances take place at the Buriel Clay Theatre in the African American Art and Culture Complex.
Registered classes, please arrive at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time.

Cinderella
Study Guides
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Driving Miss Daisy
Driving Miss Daisy is a timeless meditation on race relations in America told through the complex relationship between an elderly Southern Jewish woman and her black chauffeur.
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Cinderella
This timeless tale, brought to whimsical, magical life just in time for the holidays, is an uplifting re-telling of the classic fairytale, featuring all of the pageantry, hilarity, and charm of the original, but with a soulful twist.
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Medea
Medea, Euripides’ infamous Greek tragedy about a jilted wife exacting the ultimate revenge on a cheating husband.
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Much Ado About Nothing
Celebrating the joy of love and the power of redemption, Much Ado About Nothing chronicles the clever banter and sincere affection of two pairs of lovers, Benedick and Beatrice, and Claudio and Hero.
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Shake-It-Up provides life-long learning and creativity while simultaneously building and strengthening reading and comprehension skills.

The Shake-It-Up program teaches literacy skills to students using theater games and drama techniques. This program addresses the educational needs of students in fun and creative ways, helping students develop a positive relationship with complex reading materials.
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Venue
Buriel Clay Theatre
African-American Art & Culture Complex
762 Fulton Street, San Francisco
Map & Directions
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Actors answering questions after a matinee show