Sheen Center School Membership
High School Students who attended All Our Children in Spring 2019
With our School Membership Program, we seek to provide access to arts, thought, and culture programming for students. With this membership, we offer a tremendous value that will provide experiential learning in a world class setting. Most Sheen Center programming is appropriate for ages 11 to 18.
Plan for schools and organizations
- 50 complimentary tickets per season (September December/January-June) with no rollover
- 20 tickets to Talk and Poetry events
- 20 tickets to Film events, including early access to advance screenings and sneak peeks of major Hollywood films
- 10 tickets to Theater or Music events
- Early access to purchase tickets before the start of each half season (minimum of four weeks before)
- Complimentary tickets in each genre are to be booked before the start of each half season
- 20% discount rate on all tickets beyond the complimentary tickets
- Reservations for shows can be changed up to four weeks before the date of event
- A post-show talkback, a special meet-and-greet, or a study guide will be included for certain events.
In past events with schools, we have found that the students often ask the best questions and learn the most from their exposure to our programming. The kind of events that are on The Sheen Center calendar are ripe for the growing, questioning minds of your students. We look forward to serving them with interesting, thought-provoking, and entertaining programming to motivate, inspire, and challenge students.
The price of a school membership is $5,000
Selected Sheen Center Fall Season events for your school
GET UP TO 10 TOTAL TICKETS FOR THEATER EVENTS WITH YOUR SCHOOL MEMBERSHIP
December 3, 5, 10, 12 at 11:00 AM in the Black Box Theater
Witness Drama Desk-winning Broadway actor Ken Jennings’ (Sweeney Todd, Grand Hotel) dynamic, fresh solo performance of John’s poetic yet precise eyewitness account of the life of Jesus during the Advent-Christmas season. Ken will tell the Gospel to audiences as it might have first been heard.
Additional school member tickets available for $40 (reg. $50) during previews; $48 after (reg. $60).
October 15 & 16 at 11:00 AM and 7:00 PM in the Black Box Theater
Acclaimed playwrights were commissioned to write monologues imagining the lives of and giving voice to the nameless individuals found at the African Burial Ground in Lower Manhattan. Includes exhibition of rare and historical African-American artifacts and talkbacks led by American Slavery Project’s Producing Artistic Director Judy Tate.
Additional school member tickets available for $24 (reg. $30)
GET UP TO 20 TOTAL TICKETS FOR THESE TALK EVENTS WITH YOUR SCHOOL MEMBERSHIP
October 7 at 7:00 PM in the Loreto Theater
Virtue? Let’s talk about why the virtues matter more than ever! The National Review’s Kathryn Lopez explores
the virtue of hope with Peter Wehner, senior advisor to the George W. Bush administration, author of The Death of Politics; Michael R. Wear, member of President Obama’s faith-based initiatives outreach team, author of Reclaiming Hope; and Kristen Hanson, Community Relations Advocate at the Patients Rights Action Fund.
Additional school member tickets available for $20 (reg. $25).
November 21 at 11:00 AM
Holy anniversary!! Come celebrate the pop-cultural legacy of the Caped Crusader in film, television and graphic novels, as we explore his mythology over the past eight decades and unpack the philosophical-moral themes beneath his iconic cowl.
Additional school member tickets available for $16 (reg. $20).
GET UP TO 20 TOTAL TICKETS FOR THESE FILM EVENTS WITH YOUR SCHOOL MEMBERSHIP
November 4 at 7:00 PM in the Loreto Theater
A documentary about adoption from the perspectives of mother and grown-up child. Post-screening talk with executive producer Benjamin Clapper and adoption advocates moderated by National Review Editor-at-Large Kathryn Lopez.
Additional school member tickets available for $12 (reg. $15).
Musician-turned-economist Arthur Brooks travels around the globe to answer the question: How can we lift up the world, starting with those at the margins of society? Via his travels, he discovers the secrets not only to material progress for the least fortunate, but also true and lasting happiness for all.
Additional school member
tickets available for $12 (reg. $15).