Intrinsic to the Fulton’s mission of providing quality theatre for youth of our region, the School Day program entertains, educates and inspires students from throughout Central Pennsylvania, and has since 1983. The experience of sitting in a national historic landmark, the nation’s oldest continuously operating theatre, and enjoying a live stage production performed by Equity actors is one that no child soon forgets and is of crucial importance in building the cultural and aesthetic development of the individual as well as future audiences for the arts. Post-performance talkbacks are available upon request, and study guides are provided for each production.
Please note: School Day Matinee performances are not on sale to the general public. Tickets must be arranged through the Fulton’s Education department and are not available via the Box Office.
Ticket Prices and Policies
Adults $15, Students (aged 3-18) $7
For every 10 paying students (aged 3-18), groups receive 1 complimentary adult chaperone ticket.
Submit a “Group Sales Request Form“ to the Director of Education and Outreach by mail or fax. Groups will be faxed or emailed a reservation invoice within two weeks, which must be signed and returned to confirm the reservation. Submit the invoice to your Business Office/Manager to process payment. Payment in full is due by the date printed on your invoice (2-4 weeks prior to the performance). A purchase order or credit card number is required to hold your reservation. Forms submitted without either will not be accepted. The card will only be processed if the school payment is not received by the due date on your invoice. Fulton Theatre accepts credit cards, checks, and cash as forms of payment. Groups may decrease their ticket numbers or cancel their reservation before payment is due; however, once full payment is received, all sales are final. After that time, you may still increase your numbers, subject to availability.
Tune into WGAL for performance cancellations. Refunds will only be issued in the event of a performance cancellation.
Seating: Seating will be determined by Theatre Management and communicated to the group leader during check-in at the theatre on the day of the performance.
Benefits and Resources
Free online study guides with class work materials.
Following the performance, actors answer student questions. Request a post-show session with the Director of Education and Outreach.
Pre- or Post-Show Workshops:
For an additional fee, a Fulton Theatre teaching artist will visit your classroom and lead your students in further exploration of production themes and concepts. Inquire with the Director of Education and Outreach.