STUDENT GROUP TICKET DISCOUNTS
The 2020 student group rate is $20 per student ticket. To obtain the Student Group Discount, your group must consist of a minimum of 14 students 30 years of age and under attending an educational institution. Soulpepper offers one complimentary chaperone ticket for every fourteen tickets purchased. For best booking results, we encourage educators to confirm bookings over thirty days in advance of the selected performance date.
If you are interested in an enrichment opportunity for the day of the performance you will be attending, please inquire when making your booking to see what may be possible.
To receive more information about our student group booking policies or if you are interested in making a booking, please call 416.203.6264 x135 or firstname.lastname@example.org
JESUS HOPPED THE 'A' TRAIN
When justice locks you up, what sets you free? Gripping from start to finish, two notorious men await trial for murder, only to discover justice and goodness where it is least expected. Pulitzer Prize-winner Stephen Adly Guirgis delivers an uncompromising drama about contradiction, contrition, and hypocrisy.
Note: This production deals with mature themes.
Weekday Matinee Performances (2:00pm): February 5, February 12, February 19
Themes: Justice & Legal Systems, Power, Morality, Challenges to Ideology, Contemporary North America
The stage is set for a little family drama. Unrequited love. Creative jealousy. Guns. Vodka. Art. A summer weekend at a lakeside estate falls apart when celebrities come to visit. Switching effortlessly between the ridiculous and the profound, this masterpiece of the modern era examines the burning need to create art and the destructive power of love.
Weekday Matinee Performances (1:30pm): April 8, April 15, April 22
Themes: Happiness & Wealth, Family, First Love, Fame, Classic Russian Literature
Fascism doesn’t kick down the door. It waits for an invite, then makes itself at home. During the longest night of the year, a charming guest arrives at the home of a polite intellectual family, who aren’t quite as happy as they seem. The inescapable presence of the past reverberates through this razor-sharp comedy about the seduction of extremism.
Weekday Matinee Performances (2:00pm): May 20, May 27, June 3
Themes: Fascism, Populism, Deception, Political Commentary, Contemporary