Education

Mahaiwe education programs offer world-class theatrical experiences to students from throughout the tri-state region. It is an important component of the Mahaiwe’s mission to support the community by incorporating arts and humanities into education outreach. Fund education programming.

School-Time Field Trips

Mahaiwe audience youth

Photo by Michael Lavin Flower

Mahaiwe education programs include live performances of dance, theatre and music on location as field trip events.

For more information, contact Executive Associate Kathleen Richards at 413-644-9040 x102 or info@mahaiwe.org.

Upcoming Field Trips

There are no field trips scheduled at this time.

In-School Residencies

Hip Hop Theatre with Open Thought Productions

Photo by Michael Lavin Flower

In addition to education programming at the theater, the Mahaiwe provides in-school workshops and residencies around the region.

For more information, contact Executive Associate Kathleen Richards at 413-644-9040 x102 or info@mahaiwe.org.

Upcoming Residencies

There are no residencies scheduled at this time.

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION FOR EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS

Mahaiwe interior

Photo by Michael Lavin Flower

Note that the mezzanine and balcony sections of the theater are only available by stairs.

Any accessibility issues should be discussed with Executive Associate Kathleen Richards prior to shows.

Students and/or teachers with mobility issues should be dropped off in front of the theater in a car/van.

The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center is located at 14 Castle Street. However, school buses must use special student drop off, pick up and parking procedures.

School buses are directed to turn on Taconic Avenue. to drop students and teachers off at the train station.  Students and teachers must walk down stairs and through the tunnel to cross the street to enter the theater.

Buses will be parked off site and return for pick up after the performance.

For more information, contact Executive Associate Kathleen Richards at 413-644-9040 x102 or info@mahaiwe.org.