Welcome to Creative Clubhouse Stories with Caitlyn! 

Join NYCCT Teaching Artists, Caitlyn or Alex, for a digital, interactive & accessible storytime class.

Join us as we celebrate Halloween with two books you and your little ones will love – A Tiger Called Tomás and Monster Trouble! Then your little one will explore the book with fun Halloween themed theater games the whole family will enjoy – without having to leave home!

Monday, October 26th at 3pm via Zoom
Classes run for 45 minutes
Class Admission $10 | Free for Essential Workers
Tuesday, October 27th at 11am via Zoom
Classes run for 45 minutes
Class Admission $10 | Free for Essential Workers
Wednesday, October 28th at 3pm via Zoom
Classes run for 45 minutes
Class Admission $10 | Free for Essential Workers
Thursday, October 29th at 11am via Zoom
Classes run for 45 minutes
Class Admission $10 | Free for Essential Workers

Coming Soon: Creative Clubhouse Holiday Stories!

Join us in December as we celebrate the holidays through stories, games, and more! Sign up below to be the first to know when registration opens and receive an exclusive discount on all classes!

At NYCCT, our goal is to foster empathetic, creative, and independent thinkers who make a positive impact on their world. That’s why, when picking books for Creative Clubhouse Stories with Caitlyn, we picked stories that teach emotional intelligence, community building and responsible decision-making in service of our mission to promote children’s literacy and social development through arts-in-education programming and professional theater productions.  

Explore What’s Happening in NYCCT’s Creative Clubhouse! 

NYCCT's Creative Clubhouse features four kids playing outside of their treehouse!

DIY Craft | Make a Paper Bag Superhero with Us!

NYCCT is calling on you to be an Arts Hero! Make your own paper bag superhero with us today and then learn how you can be a real life hero!

Start the Conversation: What Can a Non-Citizen Do?

The Presidential election is around the corner and all over the news. Talking to our young people about government, politics and civic duty is a big conversation, so let’s start now. In our last video, we explored different ways a citizen can help their community. But what if someone isn't a citizen? What can a non-citizen do?

Learn a Monster Dance with Caitlyn

Winifred Schnitzel doesn't think monsters are scary, she thinks they're cute! Don't you? Did you know monsters love to dance? Learn a monster dance with Caitlyn today!

Start the Conversation: What Can a Citizen Do?

The Presidential election is around the corner and all over the news. Talking to our young people about government, politics and civic duty is a big conversation, so let’s start now.

DIY Craft | Make a Popsicle Stick Tiger for Halloween with Us!

Halloween is coming up and Tomás, a young boy in one of our favorite Halloween books, is going to dress up as a Tiger! Make your own popsicle stick tiger today and then join us for a Halloween themed Creative Clubhouse Stories class next week!

DIY Craft | Make a Forest with Us!

This weekend our new show, Forest of Feelings, opens! In anticipation of the show, make your own forest with us!

Play a Superhero Game with Caitlyn!

It's a bird... It's a plane... It's...you! Play a superhero game with Caitlyn today, and then be a real life arts hero by writing a letter to your Senator!

Creative Clubhouse Stories | The Books

To celebrate our upcoming Halloween classes, we're looking back at the books we read and some of the activities we've done in NYCCT's Creative Clubhouse Stories.

Be An Arts Hero!

NYCCT is proud to join the #ArtsAreMySuperpower campaign, a nationwide effort for children, young adults, families, and classrooms to write letters to Senators voicing support for the arts throughout the month of October.