Arts In Education
Offering special performances for curriculum enrichment through BOCES Organizations, Individual Teachers and Homeschool Networks.
Matinee performances for K-12 audiences, Q & A with Cast and Crew, Discussion Panel, and OnSite Workshops when applicable.
2018 Arts In Education Performance
10 a.m. on Friday, March 2, 2018
David Ives' The Liar.
The department of Theatre hosts an audience of students from local area middle and
high schools at a scheduled matinée performance of the chosen show. The Department
of Theatre works with BOCES, teachers and parents to coordinate schools visiting the
Binghamton University Campus. Performances begin at 10 a.m. to accommodate K-12 school
hours and travel arrangements.
Come with questions! Following the performance, the director, cast and production staff members are available for a talk back with the audience. You may also request to have the director and a cast member or two come to your school!
Interested in participating?
Contact the department's coordinator: Kari Bayait at (607) 777-7323 or e-mail
Depending on your available time, other activities such as campus tours or visiting the University Art Museum can be arranged as well to make the most out of your visit!
What about Lunch?
Most schools will bring bagged lunches to either eat on the bus or outdoors on campus. If you have a special request about your group eating lunch on campus, be sure to mention this when you reserve your tickets. You can also conveniently have pizza delivered to the busses upon your departure! Nirchi's on the Vestal Parkway is very close
Shows done in the past for Arts In Education:
Lady Windermere's Fan
Bells Are Ringing
Rod Serling's 'The Twilight Zone'
A Midsummer Night's Dream (bi-lingual, Spanish-English)
West Side Story
A Raisin in the Sun
The Glass Menagerie
Have a suggestion for a show you'd like to see us do? Write to us!
Not familiar with campus? Print the Parking Lot Map for campus!