Educators at the Hop

Educators at the Hop

Open your students’ minds and hearts with powerful performing arts.

Some of our most joyous, long-lasting learning involves the performing arts, which is why school standards call for incorporating the arts into education. The Hop offers diverse ways to help educators meet those goals and further their own training. Introduce your students to stunning artistry and new perspectives through affordably priced tickets to world-class music, theater and dance. Engage in master classes and workshops that let you learn from artists at the top of their fields. Invite Dartmouth student volunteers into your classroom for engaging, curriculum-driven arts activities.

School Matinee Series at the Hop

School Matinee Series

The Hop’s School Matinee Series connects children, teachers and schools with the performing arts in profound and meaningful ways, enhancing school curriculum and introducing students to worlds they have never known before.  

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Master Classes and Workshops at the Hop

Master Classes & Workshops

Learn from world-class visiting artists by taking dance classes, observing musical master classes and listening to discussions about artistic craft and concept.

Plan Your Visit

Plan Your Visit

We are excited to welcome you to the Hop! Please use these visitors guides to help your students know what to expect.

Student Visitors Guide
Homeschoolers

Homeschoolers

Registered homeschoolers are invited to experience school matinee performances at a discounted rate. Each homeschool is required to submit a formal letter of recognition from the state which will be put in the homeschool’s account for one year, to be renewed annually. For more information and to begin registration, contact [email protected]

School Matinee Stats

$6

School matinee tickets for school and homeschool groups

75

School and homeschool groups attended Hop programming in 2017/18

3,500

Local students attended school matinees in 2017/18

In the News

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START: A Collaborative Creative Experience

START (Students Teaching in the Arts) is a Hop program in which Dartmouth students are given the opportunity to interact with local 1st to 8th grade classrooms as arts instructors. Explaining START...

Contact Us

Kate Adams

Kate Adams

Questions about reservations: 603.646.9600

Order questions: Box Office
Monday–Friday: 10 am–6 pm
Saturday: 1–6 pm
phone: 603.646.9600
email: [email protected]

Questions about performance content, policy and accommodations: Kate Adams