NYCCT Teaching Artist Katherine gives us more insight into what she does in ARC.
NYCCT Teaching Artist Mackenzie discusses how the books chosen for the ARC programs connect to the students lives.
NYCCT Teaching Artist Ingrid takes us inside the classroom as her class explores the book Trombone Shorty.
NYCCT Teaching Artist Rae reminds us that kids are always listening with special stories from inside the classroom.
NYCCT Teaching Artist Jessica reminds us that sometimes the opportunity to share the work that the students created is the most important part of the residency.
NYCCT Teaching Artist, Sindy, reminisces about a special connection she shared with one of her students and her fun-filled Fridays at ARC.
NYCCT Teaching Artist Psacoya recalls a particularly memorable breakthrough with one of her ARC students. Go inside the ARC classroom…
NYCCT Teaching Artist, Meghan Grover, takes us inside the classroom to show us how she uses imaginative play to bring books to life for her students!
Meghan, one of New York City Children’s Theater’s amazing teaching artists, takes us behind the scenes of NYCCT’s ARC training.
Sara, New York City Children’s Theater’s Education Director, highlights three pillars for supporting our teaching artists in the ARC classrooms.
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…