School Shows


Enhance your students' appreciation of and access to the performing arts through our school-day performances for K-12 students with accompanying study guides. Home-school students welcome!

Tickets are only $5. Click HERE to download a 2023-2024 school show flyer. Click HERE for school show parking information. 

Don't let cost get in your way!  Think you can't afford the tickets?  Can't afford the transportation? Contact Lenore Pitsilos, Education Engagement Coordinator: or 610-758-5774. We may be able to help. For more information or reservations, call Ticket Services at 610-758-2787, ext 0 or email

2023-2024 School Show Schedule

Sphinx Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra | FRI SEP 29 | 10AM | Suggested Grades: Middle & High School

Rhythm of the Arts: Sugar Skull Day of the Dead, A Día de Muertos Musical Adventure  | WED OCT 4 | 10AM & 12:30PM | Suggested Grades:  Elementary & Middle School

Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo™ | FRI FEB 2 | 10AM | Suggested Grades: Pre-K to 4th grade

Cellogayageum | FRI FEB 9 | 10AM | Suggested Grades: Middle & High School

Las Cafeteras Program and Q&A | FRI MAR 8 |  10AM | Suggested Grades: Middle & High School

DOKTOR Kaboom! The Wheel of Science | WED MAR 13 | 10AM & 12:30PM | Suggested Grades: 3rd to 9th

Nimbus Dance The New Tide & Letter Home | Program and Q&A | Fri Apr 5 | 10AM | Suggested Grades: Middle & High School

StoryFaces | MAY 8-10 | 10AM  & 12:30PM | Suggested Grades: Pre-K to 4th grade

In-School Assembly Programs: Performances with local and visiting guest artists that can be brought to your school. If you are interested in our in-school assembly programs click here.


The Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass Off-Campus School Workshop | THU NOV 16 | 1pm
Rodney Marsalis effortlessly mixes classical, big band swing, New Orleans jazz and straight ahead jazz with his group The Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass. Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, he comes from a musical family (Marsalis). He is offering a one-hour masterclass with him and his band to learn the New Orleans “Second line” and “Stars & Stripes.” Once the student musicians learn these pieces, they are offering them an opportunity to join them on-stage at Zoellner! With support from The Long Family Endowment for Community Outreach in the Arts.

Kevin Spencer | MAY 7 & 8 | Professional Development for Teachers
Kevin Spencer is an award-winning performing artist who toured the world with one of the largest and most successful theatrical illusion productions in the U.S. At the pinnacle of his career, Spencer stepped away from the stage and into classrooms and hospitals. As an artist, educator, speaker, and researcher, he now works to create communities where everyone experiences an authentic sense of belonging and no one – for any reason – is relegated to the margins. His work focuses on using the art of magic to impact change in the lives of children with autism, developmental disabilities, intellectual challenges, emotional disturbance, and those who have experienced trauma. He has earned a Master’s degree in Arts & Academic Interdisciplinary Education and a Doctorate in Education. 


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