School Time Shows

Each year, the Palace welcomes thousands of students to our historic theatre for free school-time performances of plays and musicals.

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Produced by artists from our resident production company, Park Playhouse, these school-time presentations are selected with New York State curriculum standards in mind and are drawn from genres including history, literature, mathematics and science. Our teaching artists develop Activity & Study Guides and share them with participating schools ahead of your visit to enhance the experience for your students.

Attendance by schools is free of charge. For information or to make a reservation, contact Ashley Simone Kirchner, Arts & Education Coordinator, at (518) 465-3335 x113 or [email protected]  

Please note, even if your school is not participating, you can still be part of the action. These productions are also made available to the general public with low cost tickets for adults & free seating for kids as part of our Palace Family Series. Visit the Events section of our website to book tickets today!

2016/2017 Free School Time Shows

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Main Street Kids Club

November 14, 2016 at 10:00am. Based on a popular series of books, this fantastic show makes math fun, and teaches valuable lessons about teamwork and friendship along the way!

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Polkadots: The Cool Kids Musical

Monday, February 13, 2017 at 10am. Part of our Black History Month celebration in February, Polkadots teaches students to celebrate differences between people as part of what makes us all special!

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Flat Stanley

Monday, May 15, 2017 at 10am. The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley takes students on a trip with the popular children's book character, learning about world cultures and geography across the globe.

Coming to the show with your school? Click here to learn more about venue procedures for our School Time Shows.

To learn more, or to sign up to attend a performance with your students, call Ashley Simone Kirchner, Arts & Education Coordinator, at (518) 465-3335 x113‚Äč or click the button below to send Ashley an email.

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