Kasia, one of New York City Children’s Theater’s amazing teaching artists, discusses the successes and challenges she has faced in the ARC classroom.
Jessica, one of New York City Children’s Theater’s amazing teaching artists, tells us how her teaching style changed in the ARC classroom – for the better!
We asked our teaching artists to send us stories from inside their ARC classrooms. These are some of our favorites!
Maddie, one of New York City Children’s Theater’s amazing teaching artists, gives us insight into the ARC program and how it has changed her over the past two years.
New York City Children’s Theater is proud to be a part of The Afterschool Reading Club, bringing our signature Literature at Play education program to homeless shelters in NYC. But what is ARC? And what is Literature at Play?
Ingrid, one of New York City Children’s Theater’s amazing teaching artists takes you inside the ARC classroom and tells us what this experience has meant to her.
This year, over 1,200 homeless children in New York City had the opportunity to participate in the Afterschool Reading Club (ARC). Learn more about ARC and pledge your support!
Catch Up on the Latest
- Storytime with Buddy | Planting a RainbowAugust 11, 2020 - 8:00 am
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!
- Learn About the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival & Play a Guessing Game with Caitlyn!August 10, 2020 - 8:00 am
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!