On Monday, Astral Theatre Collective issued the following press release:
Astral Theatre Collective Announces “Teacher’s Night”
Thursday, March 22, 2018
Astral Theatre Collective, in association with the Alban Arts Center, will be holding a special performance for our local teachers this Thursday evening beginning at 8pm. All teachers showing proper credentials will receive free admission to Astral’s performance of “Wolf’s Head – A Tale of Robin Hood and the Sheriff.” Guests (family, friends, and students) will pay $5.00 for their ticket, with that entire amount going to provide scholarships for the Alban Arts Academy for continued education in the Arts in the community.
Astral Theatre Collective would not be in existence had it not been for a teacher who made an impact on its founder, introducing him to the Arts at an early age. Realizing that first contact with the Arts generally comes to children from their teachers, the cast and crew of our production would like to say “Thanks!” to our wonderful educators who stand and fight for the children they inspire.
200 seat capacity. Tickets will be available at the door. Doors will open at 7:30pm. This performance is reserved only for our teachers and their guests, and is not open to the public.
We told you about Wolf’s Head – A Tale of Robin Hood and the Sheriff last week, and this is a great chance for teachers to see it for free. If you are not a teacher and want to see this original retelling of the Robin Hood saga, you have three more chances this weekend, Friday and Saturday at 8 PM and Sunday at 2 PM, at the Alban Arts Center.