The Shubert Summer Theater & Arts Camp is a summer program for rising 3rd through 8th graders who want to explore interests, potential, and opportunities in the arts. The camp offers students a chance to take in-depth classes in acting, short film, visual arts, and musical theater while in an arts rich environment
Earn an exclusive Shubert Theatre Girl Scout participation patch!
There are 3 ways to earn a Shubert patch:
1. Attend a pre-show patch program (must have a ticket to the show, program costs $10/Girl Scout including patch)
2. Take a backstage tour of the Shubert on a non-show day with your troop (cost is $10/Girl Scout including patch)
3. Attend any Shubert show and buy a patch at the box office ($5/patch)
Official partnership with the Girl Scouts of Connecticut
For more information or to schedule a backstage tour, please contact Kelly Wuzzardo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is designed to provide New Haven-based non-profit organizations with cultural and entertainment opportunities for their constituents in the community who might not have the opportunity to experience the performing arts. Each season, free tickets are distributed to over 50 groups in the community through this program. Performances generally include Broadway, dance, and family events.
As part of its annual tradition, Shubert Theatre invites the community to enjoy this Free Family Event 10am-1pm! Shubert Theatre will treat patrons to a walking backstage tour of the theatre with trick or treat stations along the way as well as an arts and crafts area. Children under 12 are welcome to wear Halloween costumes for trick or treating in the Shubert lobby—in consideration of all our patrons, we ask that participants do not bring prop weapons.
This event also kicks-off the Shubert Theatre’s Holiday Food and Toy Drive—patrons are encouraged to bring donations of non-perishable food items and new, unwrapped toys.