STUDENT MATINEES & POST SHOW Q&AS

Project: Humanity's Student Matinee Program is one of the strongest Independent Theatre experiences for enhanced learning. Whether you are an English, Social Studies, Drama or Music Educator, our Student Matinee Programs were developed with input from The Ontario Institute for Students in Education (OISE) and are adaptable per curriculum requirements. 

Project: Humanity’s latest documentary theatre piece Freedom Singer, 

A MAN’S STRUGGLE TO UNEARTH HIS ANCESTRY THROUGH THE MUSIC OF THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

  • $15/ticket, no minimum booking (subsidies available) 
  • 2 complimentary chaperone tickets included (bonus)
  • Post show question and answer with the creative team (bonus) 
  • February 7 & 9, 2017 at 1pm. Other dates available. 

If you’re interested in bringing your students please RSVP as soon as possible by emailing
Dan Chapman Smith at info@projecthumanity.ca

WORKSHOPS

With our workshops we aim to empower students with a personal experience of verbatim theatre. We encourage students to develop awareness and understanding of civic responsibilities within a control environment, engage with immediate issues relating to social justice. In addition, we offer customized Workshops in theatrical production, design, and can include backstage tours; showing students the inner workings of the theatre. 

VOLUNTEER HOURS

As stated in the Ontario Secondary Schools, students Grades 9 to 12, must complete a minimum of 40 hours of community involvement. If you're a student interested in social justice and the fine arts or have questions about volunteering with Project: Humanity get then please in touch with us. 
Dan Chapman Smith at info@projecthumanity.ca