Many shows sold out last year. Please use our online order form or download the form and send it in.
No deposit is needed.
No phone reservations taken. No Walk-ins.
Email the ARTS4YOU Box Office for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chairman: Betty Hale
Treasurer: Lynn Bourque
Secretary: Elizabeth Lake
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information in this ebrochure. However, the Three C’s reserves the right to make any changes of any nature in its program or calendar. Timely notice will be given if changes are required.
Performances are at 10:00 AM. We intend to offer a second performance at 12:00 PM dependent on reservation numbers. All performances are approximately one hour in length, unless noted.
All performances are held
at Loos Center for the Arts at The Woodstock Academy, at Route 169, Woodstock, Connecticut, a professionally equipped theatre.
Seats are assigned on a first- come, first-served basis. An usher will escort you to the next available seat. Sorry, seats may NOT be saved.
No Payments at Door
Payment for seats is non-refundable. Reservation obligates payment.
Buses park behind the Loos Center for the Arts. Cars park behind next building.
Cost is $4.00 per person for Students & Adults. Cost is $6.00 per person for groups under ten people.
Open to groups of ten or more. No children under four years old.
The Three C’s must receive full payment THREE WEEKS PRIOR TO EACH SHOW. Payment due dates are listed on the order form. A payment invoice will be e-mailed with your reservation confirmation.
For schools attending our noon performances, Woodstock Academy will permit students to eat a “brown bag” lunch in their dining hall from 11:15 to 11:45 am. (No food or drink will be available for purchase.) Please communicate if your school intends to use this option when you register.
ARTS4YOU programs are ideally suited to reinforce classroom curricula while expanding students’ understanding of the performing arts.
Character Education - promotes the understanding of how theater, as an art form, can mirror human motives, conflicts, and values. It helps students identify with fictional characters in human situations as a means of relating to others.
Study Guides - provide
an innovative, multi- disciplinary approach to teaching required skills and curriculum. The study guide helps link the event with curriculum objectives.
Study guides are online.