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Theatre IV, a division of Virginia Repertory Theatre

Theatre IV provides outstanding educational entertainment designed to tour and innovative instructional programs that enrich our nation's schools. We perform live before over 1/2 million children, teens, parents and teachers across the America every year.

“Theatre IV is literate, entertaining, and energetic; they thoroughly captured our audience’s attention and imagination.”
Schaumburg Prairie Center for the Arts, Schaumburg, IL

“Theatre IV is a real asset to our arts and education program. The plays are exciting and excellent quality at an affordable price.”
Bowling Green/Warren County Arts Commission, Bowling Green, KY

“The children were enthralled with the performance. The actors and actresses did an excellent job with the story, and the children were entertained with a live theatre experience of a classic.”
Georgette M. Richards, Principal. St. Edward-Epiphany School

Bring Your Students on a Field Trip

We are the first and only professional theatre to be named an affiliate of the Kennedy Center’s Partners in Education program, a prestigious national arts-in-education initiative.

We focus on value-added educational materials and services that that set new national standards for curriculum connection. Our teaching guides fully connect our exciting plays to your core curriculum.

2014 - 2015 Season

Schedule of Performances
Listed alphabetically by state.
Richmond, Virginia performances, at the Virginia Rep site.
Because titles, dates, times, and prices are subject to change, please contact Theatre IV for Up-To-The-Minute information.

Pricing

Most performances are $8 each for groups of 15 or more, $12 each for orders of fewer than 15. 
Pricing for shows in Richmond and Hanover, Virginia

Comp Policy

For Richmond shows, 1 adult is admitted free with every 10 students.
Elsewhere, 1 adult is admitted free with every 15 students.
 

Theatre IV America is deeply grateful for the generous support it receives from the National Endowment for the Arts and The Virginia Commission for the Arts.