We asked the creative team: What was your inspiration for My First Nutcracker?
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.
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!
This year, Claire took part in our Middle School Playwriting Competition. Here, she reflects on her time working on the competition!
We reached out to three of our young playwrights from our past Middle School Playwriting Competitions to see what they’re up to today!
Have you ever seen a Stuffed Animal Tea Party? Communications and Marketing Manager Nicole has thanks to her great aunt! Learn more…
Last year, we asked young playwrights in NY, NJ and CT to write 10 minute plays based on the theme: How do we use technology to connect with others? Today, Bernard, writer of the winning play Parenting.com, tells us about his Middle School Playwriting Competition Experience!
Last year, we asked young playwrights in NY, NJ and CT to write 10 minute plays based on the theme: How do we use technology to connect with others? Today, Iris, who’s play Speaking was featured at our reading tells us about her Middle School Playwriting Competition Experience!
Six incredible young actors lent us their talents for our Middle School Playwriting Reading in May. See what one of the talented young actors, Jimi, has to say about participating in the competition.
We’re excited to bring you our young playwrights reflections on the competition process. Read about Stella’s Middle School Playwriting Competition journey!
We asked the cast and creative team of our holiday productions what there favorite holiday traditions were
Actors Vinnie Urdea, Eryn LeCroy, and Joe Bach discuss theater as a window to inspire the next generation of artists and socially conscious people.
Costume designer Kate Mincer talks about theater’s creative environment playing a part in encouraging compassion in children.
Bryson Bruce and Ryan Borses from our winter musical Young Charles Dickens express the incomparable takeaway from experiencing live storytelling and its ability to transcend empathy.
Emily Vetsch, Elizabeth Washington, Jeff Davis, and Valerie Guido discuss how theater exposes children to their imagination and how thought-provoking themes can build relationships.