Member Discounts

Tarragon Theatre

Toronto Ontario

CODE Members can now see all Tarragon Theatre performances at a 10% Discount. Simply use the promo code when ordering your tickets from the box office and enjoy the show!!

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Great Canadian Theatre Company

300-1227 Wellington St. W.Ottawa Ontario

CODE members receive 20% off regular priced tickets for the remainder of the 2018-19 season.

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Build a model

 Add The Educators Bundle to your cart and Save 45%


Select individual items, add them to your Cart, use the C.O.D.E.promotion discount Y6EBF7NGXSJD, and save 70%* at checkout!

Build a Set is a white card modeling system for set designers. No drawing or measuring. Just print, cut and paste pre-scaled 1⁄2”: 1’-0” PDF template components.

Check out the FREE BUILD a Set Downloadable Sample PDF pages.

Stagecraft/Drama posters present basic theatre principles and ideas to help studentlearn and professionals teach.The 5 posters cover a wide range of topics frombackstage terms, lighting design, set construction, stage management and theatre history.

The Elements of Stage Handbook is a 60 page print your own supplement toStagecraft Posters. The digital files are designed for visual presentations and containsquick quizzes and fast facts.

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*Discount codes cannot be applied to already bundled items,like the Educators Bundle. To get the 70% discount,you must choose items individually and then apply the discount code.

Paper Canoe Project/Cahoots Theatre Production in Association with Native Earth

250-585 Dundas Street EastToronto Ontario
CODE is excited to offer a CODE member night to a Paper Canoe Project/Cahoots Theatre Production in Association with Native Earth of I Call Myself Princess by by Métis playwright, and award-winning artist, Jani Lauzon. This interdisciplinary work explores the tension between representation, inspiration and cultural appropriation, as William unravels the complex circumstances faced by Indigenous performers past and present. Thursday Sept 27th 8pm at Aki Studio (with a pre-show chat about Cultural Appropriation in the Arts) I Call myself Princess offers an opportunity to continue vital conversations about Indigenous people on Turtle Island. Through this story, students can witness and learn about Indigenous reconciliation, Indigenous history, same-sex relationships, and how to research and investigate history for themselves. The show is applicable to English, Drama, Music, as well as your clubs; Choir, Drama, and Musicals. For more info about the show:

Shakespeare in Action!

34 John Street, Unit BYork , ON, M9N 0B2 Ontario

Shakespeare in Action is offering a 10% discount for members who book interactive in-school workshops, or performances at their new theatre space.