The 2019 student group rate is $20 per student ticket. To obtain the Student Group Discount, your group must consist of a minimum of 14 students 30 years of age and under attending an educational institution. Soulpepper offers one complimentary chaperone ticket for every fourteen tickets purchased. For best booking results, we encourage educators to confirm bookings over thirty days in advance of the selected performance date.

If you are interested in an enrichment opportunity for the day of the performance you will be attending, please inquire when making your booking to see what may be possible.

To receive more information about our student group booking policies or if you are interested in making a booking, please call 416.203.6264 x135 or winnie@soulpepper.ca

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ROSE - AN INSPIRING NEW MUSICAL

An original Soulpepper musical three years in the making.

Meet Rose, a quiet kid from the town of Somewhere, who sees the world a little differently. To discover her place in the world she must embark on the adventure of a lifetime and conquer the mountain that stands in her way. See just how high Rose can go in this inspiring new musical from Sarah Wilson and Mike Ross, co-creator of Spoon River (Critics Pick – New York Times).


Relevant Themes: English, Music, Dance, Drama

Weekday Matinee Performances (1:30pm): January 30, February 6

Approximate Running Time: 90 minutes with no intermission.

Dates not work with your schedule? Some accommodations may be able to be made for large groups. For details, contact Winnie at 416.203.6264 x135 or winnie@soulpepper.ca.

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LITTLE MENACE: PINTER PLAYS

Master of dark comedy, Harold Pinter unmasks the passions and absurdities that live within us all. Each play within this showcase of short works delivers the perfect punch.

Warnings: Course language and mature themes


Weekday Matinee Performances (2:00pm): February 27, March 6

Approximate Running Time: 90 minutes with no intermission.

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COPENHAGEN

Two tiny particles colliding can cause a nuclear reaction. It is 1941, nations race to perfect The Bomb, and two scientists meet in occupied Denmark for a conversation that will change the course of history. Michael Frayn (Noises Off, Democracy) invites us to bear witness to the ultimate ethical impasse.


Weekday Matinee Performances (1:30pm): April 17, April 24, May 1

Approximate Running Time: 2 hours and 20 minutes, including one 20-minute intermission

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THE BROTHERS SIZE

In the Deep South, music and ritual intertwine with Yoruba mythology, in this explosive story of a prodigal brother’s return home. From the writer of Moonlight, the 2017 Academy Award winner for Best Picture, comes a bracing, honest, and moving portrait of brotherhood.

Warnings: Mature language


Weekday Matinee Performances (2:00pm): May 15, May 22

Approximate Running Time: 90 minutes with no intermission.

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AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY

When their father vanishes, three daughters return home to support their mother. The result is an epic portrait of the modern dysfunctional family. Fiercely funny and bitingly brutal.

Warnings: mature language and content


Weekday Matinee Performances (1:30pm): June 12, June 19

Approximate Running Time: 3 hours and 15 minutes, including one 20-minute intermission.

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WELCOME TO MY UNDERWORLD (RARE THEATRE COMPANY)

Nine blazing hot works written and performed by new Canadian dramatists with gate-crashing ideas, delicious poetry and unique characters woven into a spectacular journey to the Underworld, in search of the self.

These hot new Canadian dramatists bring gatecrashing ideas, serious politics, and fresh bracing language to the stage. They have created current, compelling characters never seen on our stages before, showing us how the very concept of human identity is shifting.

Warnings: Mature themes of sexuality and violence, and includes occasional strong language.


Weekday Matinee Performances (2:00pm): May 15, May 22
Approximate Running Time: 2 hours, including one 20-minute intermission

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