Class Acts Program
Arts in education. The Rozsa Center Class Acts Program makes it easy for students in Copper Country Intermediate School District to attend professional performing arts and educational events. We keep ticket prices low so imagination can fly high.
We require one adult chaperon per 15 students. Teachers and chaperons must sit with their classes. Confirmation emails are sent after you make your reservation. You must pay in advance more than one day prior to the event. Invoices are provided at the time payment is processed.
Class Acts includes these performances:
Class Acts EXTRA CREDIT!
This program makes full-length evening performances available to Copper Country Intermediate School District students in grades 9-12 for only $2. Teachers choose from a selection of performances for students to attend and receive “extra credit” in the form of supplemental learning materials and curriculum connection to tie the live performance with class content.
Class Acts EXTRA CREDIT! tickets are not available on the night of a show. Ticket reservations must be made in advance. If reservations are not made in advance, students are charged the advertised youth ticket price. Students must provide the box office with school and teacher names when they arrive. We require one adult chaperone per 15 students.
Class Acts EXTRA CREDIT! includes these performances:
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Reservations must be made by the school or teacher at least 24 hours in advance of the performance, and preferably more than one day prior to the event. To reserve tickets or for more information call Michigan Tech Ticketing Operations at 906-487-2073.
When we say we love our teachers, we mean it. Teachers who participate in our Class Acts and Class Acts EXTRA CREDIT! programs receive a gift certificate for two tickets to any performance in the 2018-19 season. Thanks, teachers, we love seeing your students at the Rozsa Center!
The mission of the Class Acts program is to present a diverse program of performing arts events for young audiences in the Copper Country Intermediate School District. The program is designed to entertain and educate students and to enrich the school curriculum with performances by professionals from a broad range of disciplines. Class Acts student matinees are supported by the Rozsa Center Class Acts Endowment.
Resources for Schools and Teachers
Arts and Culture Trek Grant
Michigan Youth Arts, on behalf of the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, offers Michigan K-12 schools grants of up to $500 to pay for transportation costs associated with an arts- and culture-related field trips, like Class Acts performances, at the Rozsa Center!
For more information or to apply, please visit Michigan Youth Arts.