MTC is passionate about world-class theatre being accessible to all, and with our Sharing the Light program are able to put the transformative power of live performance and storytelling within reach of more Victorian young people and families. The program has four key initiatives:
- $5 tickets for disadvantaged schools (and travel subsidies for eligible schools)
- $5 tickets for family programs
- A regional tour of The Violent Outburst That Drew Me To You by Finegan Kruckemeyer
- First Peoples Young Artists Program to provide career pathways into the creative industries
To find out how you can share the light email firstname.lastname@example.org
'It made me so happy to see them engaging with live theatre in such a positive way. Thank you for making the show so accessible to my students.' - Teacher, Keysborough College
'For many of these students it was their very first show and first trip to Melbourne. What a wonderful start to encourage young people to want to view theatre and participate in the arts.' - Teacher, Ballarat Secondary College
MTC’s Sharing the Light program is made possible by the Crown Resorts Foundation and the Packer Family Foundation.
You can learn more about contributing to key MTC initiatives here.
Learn about our 2019 Education Season.
Download education packs, book pre-show talks and professional development, and nominate your students for enrichment programs.
Learn about opportunities for you to connect with MTC through enrichment programs, workshops, and work experience.
On the Road
MTC Education hits the road in 2019 with a regional tour of the Education Production and workshops for schools across Victoria.
Explore MTC productions for younger audiences, and experience the magic of theatre with the whole family
First Peoples Young Artists Program
A one-of-a-kind learning opportunity for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Read the 2019 Education Brochure online
Donate to the MTC Foundation and help transform lives on and off stage.