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2017/18 Season On Sale Now
Artistic Director Allen MacInnis and Executive Director Nancy J. Webster are thrilled to announce the 2017/18 Season at Young People’s Theatre. It’s a year dedicated to the theme “finding yourself”, with 8 shows encompassing classics and cutting-edge work to help guide that journey. (read more)
Book by September 4, 2017 and save!
Educators can take advantage of our Earlybird pricing where weekday student groups pay just $14 each including HST (reg. $16) with one FREE teacher/chaperone ticket for every 20 tickets purchased. Offer ends Sept. 4, 2017.
Call 416.862.2222 x2 to book or make inquiries.
How to Order
Please call 416.862.2222 x2 for inquiries or to book your class trip. A YPT Sales Associate will be happy to help you book tickets and answer questions about our 2017/18 Season.
ONLINE AVAILABILITY REQUEST
A great way to streamline booking school performances is by submitting an Online Availability Request. Simply click on the link below, fill in the required information, and we’ll contact you as soon as we can to help finalize your booking or address any questions you may have. (Please note, completing an Online Availability Request does not guarantee your requested performance or date selection and is not a confirmed booking.)
Booking, Billing and Payment Due Dates
YPT’s preferred method of payment is in the form of a school cheque. We also accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express or cash. A non-refundable deposit of 25% is required within 5 business days of the date the order was placed. The balance of your payment is required 4 weeks prior to the date of your performance. Cheques should be made payable to Young People’s Theatre and be sent along with a copy of your invoice or the order confirmation number.
Our Mailing Address
Young People’s Theatre
165 Front Street East,
Toronto, Ontario M5A 3Z4
- Click here for Terms & Conditions and full details on school group booking and cancellation policies.
Please note that programming and prices are subject to change without notice.
Q&As and Tools of the Trade
Following most of our performances here at YPT, we hold a Question and Answer (Q&A) period or a Tools of the Trade (TOTT) session in order to deepen students’ understanding of the subject of the play or of the dramatic process. Click here for more information
Subsidized Programs for Schools
Seats for Every Kid enables schools in low and mixed-income areas across the GTA opportunities to attend YPT productions by offering free and subsidized tickets. This program is made possible by the generous support of TD Bank Group.
The Wish List Program enables schools in low and mixed-income areas to attend productions at YPT by offering a limited number of “rush” discounted tickets. Qualified schools submitting a completed Wish List form will be contacted approximately three weeks before their requested show dates and informed of the price and availability (discounts and availability vary per show).
Arts Impact is an opportunity for students to experience a YPT performance and workshops at a highly subsidized rate. Arts Impact packages are offered to specific schools which are selected in consultation with the Arts Departments at the TDSB and TCDSB. Each Arts Impact package includes a pre-show workshop, up to 60 tickets to a performance followed by a Q&A with the cast, and a post-show workshop. The pre- and post-show workshops guide students through a series of drama exercises as a way to more deeply explore show themes. They are designed to enhance students’ theatre-going experience. Each workshop is an hour in length and can take place either at YPT or the participating school. The maximum number of participants in a workshop is 30 students, so pre- and post-show workshops for larger groups are generally divided by class.
Arts Impact was offered for the following productions in the 2017/18 Season:
Bello: Oct. 10-20, 2017 | Grades 1 to 4
The Young People’s Theatre Production of Disney’s
Beauty and the Beast: Nov. 6-Dec. 31, 2017 | SK to Grade 12
The Secret Garden: Feb. 5-Mar. 17, 2018 | Grades 1 to 7
Risky Phil: Apr.9-27, 2018 | Grades 4 to 8
Salmon Girl: May 1-12, 2018 | SK to Grade 5
To inquire if your school is eligible for Arts Impact or for more information about specific performance dates and times, please contact: Amber Ebert, School & Community Programs Manager, 416.363.5131 x230 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mainstage (Susan Rubes) Theatre
The Studio (Nathan Cohen) Theatre