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Join us on-stage at the Intersection of the Arts & Academic Standards!

2024-25 Student Matinees 


For inquiries, please contact or Call (732) 258-7574.

What the Constitution Means to Me

by Heidi Schreck
Directed by Laiona Michelle

Student Matinee Dates:
October 2, 2024 at 11am
October 9, 2024 at 11am

Run Time: 90 Minutes (No intermission)

Ticket Price: $20

*Appropriate for Grades 9 and Up 

About The Show:

How relevant is the United States' Constitution in today's society? Does this document truly protect ALL Americans? Playwright Heidi Schreck delves into multiple facets of this historic document, debating as to whether or not we should keep, or abolish it. Through several stories and perspectives from different Americans, What the Constitution Means to Me allows the audience to define the constitution's true worth.

What the Constitution Means to Me was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2019, and was nominated for two TONY® Awards, including Best Play.

Content Advisory: What the Constitution Means to Me contains mentions of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and discussions of abortion and its stigmatisation. 



Written & Performed by Robert Montano
Directed by Jessi D. Hill

Student Matinee Dates:
January 21, 2025 at 11am
February 4, 2025 at 11am

Run Time: 85 Minutes (No intermission)

Ticket Price: $20

*Appropriate for Grades 9 and Up 

About The Show:

Robert Montano shares a wild autobiographical ride about the wears of childhood, family, racism, and the misunderstood life of being a jockey. Nearly ravaged by addiction in order to stay “SMALL,” Montano ignites complex and universal themes of struggle and sacrifice to pursue a passionate dream, first to race horses and then to be a professional dancer. A Rocky story of the racetrack, SMALL is about a boy transforming into a man by following his heart… and his feet.

Content Advisory:  Small is recommended for ages 14 and up. It contains depictions of disordered eating and drug use.

King James

by Rajiv Joseph

Student Matinee Dates:
March 26, 2025 at 11am
April 2, 2025 at 11am

Run Time: 2 hours (15 minute intermission)

Ticket Price: $20

*Appropriate for Grades 9 and Up 

About The Show:

It all started with the 2003-2004 Basketball Season. Two sports fans Matt and Shawn instantly hit things off as they bond over Basketball and a superstar, who would go on to win four NBA championships - LeBron James. From Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph (Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo) comes a drama about friendship, drastic life changes, and paths that could divide them.



"When asked to rate the overall quality of the lesson plans provided by GSP on a
scale of 1-5 (the response was) '5 out of 5 stars!' "
- Warren Township

"The communications from the program were excellent and informative. 
We received a detailed program summary and how to prepare our students
for the performance, along with billing and arrival information."
- Jersey City Schools


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