Adriane R., who has been joining us for sensory friendly performances since our first one, tells us what these performances mean to her and her family.
Last season, New York City Children’s Theater launched a new program for our adult audience members: Meet the Parent! Learn more about Meet the Parent, and see highlights from last season’s event today!
We are so excited to introduce you to NYCCT’s four incredible apprentices for our 2019-20 Season!
Today educator Aliza Greenberg, tells us how Piper, the star of NYCCT’s multi-sensory musical, became an overnight celebrity in her classroom.
What’s it like acting in New York City Children’s Theater’s Middle School Playwriting Competition? We asked Keeme and Sienna, two young actors who participated in last year’s event, to tell us!
We asked Lily, one of our incredible 2018-19 Season Education Apprentices, to tell us about a day in the life of an Education Apprentice.
Is your little one ready to head back to school? Make sure to share this advice from one of NYCCT’s Teaching Artists: Meghan G.!
NYCCT Teaching Artist Katherine gives us more insight into what she does in ARC.
This year, Claire took part in our Middle School Playwriting Competition. Here, she reflects on her time working on the competition!
We’re ending our Summer Reading Club book picks with Happy Birthday, Madame Chapeau; a charming story about a woman who loses her hat on her birthday!
Catch Up on the Latest
- NYCCT Featured in TDF’s Article on Why You Should Take Preschoolers to the Theater!December 23, 2019 - 10:54 am
TDF’s Sandy MacDonald wrote an article on “why it’s important to start kids’ theatregoing adventures early,” and she used her family trips to Pillowland and This is Sadie as examples! Read More…
- My First Nutcracker is Featured in Chelsea Community News!December 12, 2019 - 10:51 am
My First Nutcracker is Featured in Chelsea Community News! Read more…