Every summer, Victory Dance celebrates the incredible artistry and diversity of NYC dance with performances specifically curated for young audiences.

Featuring a cross-section of highly accomplished and internationally recognized New York-based companies, Program A, Program B and Program C offer a summer of dance at The New Victory Theater for only $10 per ticket!

Part of the theater's initiative to provide daytime dance performances and dance education to City-run summer schools, subsidized day camps and social service agencies, Victory Dance reaches more than 4,000 NYC kids every year.

Victory Dance is supported, in part, by a generous grant from the Blavatnik Family Foundation in honor of Dawdie Appelson, a teacher, arts enthusiast and life-long supporter of the performing arts; The Jerome Robbins Foundation; Howard Gilman Foundation; Jody and John Arnhold; public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; and the Harkness Foundation for Dance.

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Performance Facts

Performance Facts

90 minutes including interstitials and a post-show Talk-Back

For everyone 8 and up

All tickets $10.



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The Program

Paul Taylor's Company B (Excerpts)
The highly-acclaimed Paul Taylor Dance Company brings one of its most beloved works to New Victory audiences. Company B captures both the grim shadow of World War II and the bright optimism of America in the mid-20th century.

Seán Curran Company
Social Discourse (Excerpts)

A witty, contemporary urban folk dance, Social Discourse features six performers trying to move like the letter "S" turning itself inside out in this abstract painterly dance.

Davalois Fearon Dance
Time to Talk (Excerpts)

Inspired by Davalois Fearon's own experience of oppression and racial bias, Time to Talk uses dynamic, contemporary dance, poetry, music and visual art to confront complex social issues and inspire new thinking.

A Palo Seco Flamenco Company
El Martinete

Three female dancers take on the strength and emotional rawness that lies at the heart of Flamenco. Fluctuating between sleek canonized gestures and powerful footwork, El Martinete fuses traditional techniques with a modern, metropolitan flare.

*All programs subject to change.


  Three Hot Nights of Cool NYC Dance
  Join us for one, two or all three nights of Victory Dance!

Program A on July 12:
All is Not Lost
Ayodele Casel While I Have the Floor
Stephen Petronio Company Bud Suite (2006)
Eva Dean Dance BOUNCE Surfing (Excerpts)

Program C on July 26:
Ephrat Asherie Dance Odeon (Excerpts)
Parul Shah Dance Company Enduring Silence (Excerpts)
Calpulli Mexican Dance Company Mexika Tiawi! (Mexicans Onward!)
Dance Theatre of Harlem Harlem on My Mind (Excerpts)

Attending the Performance

All New Victory venues are located on the north side of 42nd Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues, and are wheelchair accessible.


The majority of this season's performances are presented at The New Victory, a 499-seat, historic, jewel box theater. Make yourselves at home in our lobbies and stow your stuff in free storage lockers.

Seating Chart • Virtual Tour



Located just west of The New Victory, the New 42nd Street Studios building is a state-of-the-art, 10-story rehearsal studio/office/theater complex. Productions that require a more intimate space play at The Duke on 42nd Street theater and in the Studios.
Seating varies in these flexible spaces.



All New Victory venues feature snacks and souvenirs for sale, and stroller parking and changing tables are available whenever age-appropriate. Lobby monitors at The New Victory show a live stream of the stage so that you won't miss out if you need to leave your seat.
Read more about all three venues here, including accessibility information.
Please do not bring backpacks or large bags to the theater. All bags are subject to inspection.

Public Transit & Parking Map • Neighborhood & Partner Discounts


Where To Go

 The Duke on 42nd Street and New 42nd Street Studios
229 West 42nd Street New York, NY, 10036

 The New Victory Theater
209 West 42nd Street New York, NY, 10036


Welcome to 42nd Street

Welcome to the Crossroads of the World. We recommend that you come early or stay late and grab a bite with one of our neighborhood partners. Visit Partners & Discounts page.

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In addition to regularly available lobby activities, look for the following symbols to identify additional programs at specific performances:
Autism Friendly Performance icon Autism-Friendly   Sign-Interpreted Performance icon Sign-Interpreted
Talk-Back icon Talk-Back   Audio Described Performance icon Audio-Described

July 19, 2018–July 19, 2018
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Questions icon For information about last minute ticket availability and wait lists for Sold Out public performances or for help with any question, call Ticket Services at 646.223.3010.

New Victory ticket prices are subject to change. Each person, regardless of age, must have a ticket to be admitted. Kids under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. No lap seating is permitted without a ticket. Program and schedules are subject to change. No refunds.