The Emperor’s New Clothes and More Magical Stories “transcends pure entertainment…it is as poignant as Andersen might have wished.” – The New York Times
A huge thank you to Laurel Graeber for coming to see The Emperor’s New Clothes and More Magical Stories by Hans Christian Andersen – and for this magical review!
“The Emperor’s New Clothes,” at the Clurman Theater, is as devoted to making children reflect as to making them laugh. Adapted by Barbara Zinn Krieger and devised and directed by Adrienne Kapstein, the play begins in the present in Central Park, where a girl, intent on texting, sits down next to Andersen’s famous statue. The statue (Emmanuel Elpenord) stirs to life…
This season, audiences fell in love with the Girl and Buddy from NYCCT’s hit show Taste the Clouds, and today the Girl and Buddy are going to read you the book Planting a Rainbow! Then make a craft and go on a scavenger hunt!
A Big Mooncake for Little Star was inspired by The Mid-Autumn Moon Festival which is a holiday celebrated in China and Vietnam. Join Caitlyn to learn more about the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival and then play a guessing game!