MTYP for educators and their students

Bringing the power of live theatre to your students!

Each show in our season has a number of day time performances set aside specifically for school groups. Seeing live theatre is a great way for students to experience art, and to keep them engaged and interested in topics that may be difficult to present in a traditional classroom setting.

There are two ways to experience MTYP's mainstage performances.

Download our Earlybird Brochure for Educators.

Download our Order Form.

Download our 2013/2014 Early Bird Booking Guide

Enhance your curriculum with a play-related workshop

Download our Workshop Order Form

Come to us!

Book a performance at the Shaw Performing Arts Centre. See the play pages under the 2013/14 Season tab for play descriptions, grade recommendations, dates, and performance times.

For more information about mainstage school performances at the Shaw Performing Arts Centre, or to book your tickets, email the School Programs Coordinator at or call 954-1704 or toll-free within Manitoba at 1-877-871-MTYP (6897).

We come to you!

This year our touring shows are:


Grades 6 - 12
Touring: Nov 4, 2013 – Jan 17, 2014

Grades K - 6,
Touring: Feb 10 – May 16, 2014.

For more information about touring performances, or to book a performance, call (204) 947-0394 or toll-free outiside of Manitoba at 1-877-871-MTYP (6897).

Play-related Workshops

A play-related workshop is offered with each show. These workshops are designed to enhance students' comprehension and enjoyment of the production. Workshops focus on the themes, issues, ideas and skills present in the play and provide an active learning experience for your students.

Play-related workshops can be held either at MTYP or at your school, before or after the performance.

Please note: for workshops held at your school, you must book a minimum of 2 workshops. For schools outside city limits, schools will be charged extra for travel time.

Regular Price $89.00
Subscriber Price (3+ workshops) $72.00

Workshops are 75 minutes (max. 25 students).