School-Time Matinees

Luna Stage has always held a firm belief that direct exposure to the power of live theatre encourages young people to tap into their own creative expression. These invaluable experiences lead young people to develop a life-long appreciation of the arts, and to better define themselves as individuals within a society.

Luna Stage is currently offering school-time matinees for:

Paradise

By Laura Maria Censabella

Paradise tells the story of a Muslim-American teenage girl in the Bronx and her mysterious high school biology teacher. As they work together to investigate adolescent romantic love, an unlikely partnership is formed. But clashes arise out of their conflicts over religion, science, and mentorship and both the teacher's and student's lives are transformed forever.

Student Matinees
Wednesday, November 15th, 2017, at 10am
Appropriate for High School Students.
Student tickets $10 - Up to four faculty members/chaperones free.

Performance may be followed by a Talkback with artistic staff upon request.
For more information and bookings, please contact:
Alexa Teebo at 973-395-5551 or alexa.teebo@lunastage.org.

The Man in Room 306

By Craig Alan Edwards

A fictional account of the last night in the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It is April 3rd, 1968, a rainy evening at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. These are the declining years of the Civil Rights Movement and the stakes couldn't be higher; the viability of nonviolence in the civil rights struggle and Dr. King's credibility as its symbolic leader are in jeopardy. Under these trying circumstances, Dr. King finds himself alone in Room 306, struggling with his past, anxious about his future, and coming to terms with his life. The Man in Room 306 is an intimate, human portrait of Dr. King; a fictional glimpse into the private moments of history, and into the passions and fears of an incredible man during an extraordinary time.

Student Matinees
Wednesdays at 10am
April 11th, 18th, 25th, May 2nd and 9th, 2018
Appropriate for Middle and High School Students.
Student tickets $10 - Up to four faculty members/chaperones free.

Performance may be followed by a Talkback with artistic staff upon request.
For more information and bookings, please contact:
Alexa Teebo at 973-395-5551 or alexa.teebo@lunastage.org.