Box Office Hours
9:30am - 2:00pm
Closed unless show is scheduled
Closed unless show is scheduled
Box office is open during all shows!
Night of Theatre Outreach Program
The St. George Theatre is committed to encourage the widest possible audience for the arts ~ touching the lives of so many through hundreds of performances by the greatest artists from our hometown to across America and around the world. Since 2004, the Night of Theatre Outreach Program has provided free tickets to thousands of children, teens, and seniors who come from socially and economically challenged homes. Senior citizen groups and community service organizations are among the many groups visiting the St. George Theatre every year.
The St. George Theatre is committed to promoting access to the arts.
You can request tickets by sending us a letter on your organization’s letterhead.
Include the following:
~ Mission Statement
~ Who you service
~ Why are you asking for tickets
~ How many tickets will you need.
~ Contact information with phone number.
Program is supported by the St. George Theatre Star Fund, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Rotary of Staten Island, NYC Department of Aging, Councilman James Oddo and Assembly woman Janele Hyer-Spencer.
Summer Educational Outreach Program 2013
Click here for an application
Things to know about our Summer Educational Outreach Program
Wednesday, August 14th to Tuesday, August 27th, 2013
9:30am to 2:00pm - 10 day program, week days!
Boys & Girls, Ages 9 – 18
You will learn all about dance and theatre! This program is FREE!
Classes include modern, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, street tap, multi-culture dance, musical theater, dance history, careers in the arts, nutrition for the dancer, literacy, poetry, public speaking, preparation for auditions, and performance.
Lunch is provide daily however if you have any allergies, we ask that you bring your own yummy lunch in.
Please wear comfortable clothing (t-shirt and biker shorts are perfect)
Please wear sneakers with socks every day for modern, ballet, and hip-hop classes.
There will be a student demonstration as well as an awards ceremony. We will be presenting our students with awards, trophies, and treats for their outstanding work!
This year's theme is the FOUR SEASONS. Students will interpret the four seasons through dance movement, music, and poetry. Live music (drummer) will be accompanying the dance instructor and students in some classes. Our reading specialist works daily with the students and through our literacy component, they will learn so much more related to the arts!
You will receive a special invitation to visit us during the year to enjoy two shows. Show vouchers will be given to the students at last day of the program.
How to apply:
If you want to learn about dance and theatre, then fill out an application. Mail it or hand deliver it to the St. George Theatre (Mon – Fri 9:30am to 2pm) or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. An interview is required to be admitted. We will call you in for an interview before we begin! We give preference to those who come from economically challenged homes.
This program is supported with funds from NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Councilwoman Debi Rose, Councilman James Oddo, Con Edison , Staten Island University Hospital, Gateway Arms Realty, Merill Lynch, and our local restaurants, Gavel Grill, Karl's Klipper Lacey's Bridge Tavern, Pier 76, and b 120 Bay Café.
The St. George Theatre is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, Councilwoman Debi Rose, Councilman James Oddo, Office of the Borough President, the Honorable James P. Molinaro, Assemblyman Michael Cusick, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Richmond County Savings Foundation, The Staten Island Foundation, Con Edison, Gateway Arms Realty, Staten Island University Hospital, American Guild of Variety Artists in memory of Bds Kalmus-Sherman, and many business and individual donors.
The following restaurants donate and provide lunch daily to our students: Cargo Cafe, Karl's Klipper, Lacey's Bridge Tavern, Beso's, Pier 76, and The Gavel Grill.
Architectural and Back Stage Tours
We encourage our Staten Island schools and those of our neighboring communities to share and embrace all that this magnificent 1929 theatre has to offer. The class trip includes a tour of the entire theatre. Students will learn about the history of the St. George Theatre, architectural design, the technical aspects of presenting a show, career paths in the arts and theatre etiquette.
How to apply:
Speak with the educational coordinator at 718-442-2900 to schedule a tour for your class or camp.
Tours are approximately one hour and suggested time for arrival is 10:00am.
Cost: $6.00 per student and adult chaperone. Teachers are free.