New Victory heads to Little Island
Bringing a lot of fun to a Little Island, New Victory heads to the great outdoors to be where you are this summer with free performing arts experiences and interactive engagement opportunities with Teaching Artists!
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Bring the arts into your learning space with performances, classroom workshops, curriculum guides and more for students in Grades Pre-K through 12. See how you can become an Education Partner and register today!
Now streaming for free
Get an up close look at New Victory Dance online! Our lens gives you an intimate look at NYC’s most exciting dance companies when New Victory Teaching Artists share more about the companies, variety of styles on stage, and a few new moves for you to try at home.
New Victory opens new worlds to kids and families through extraordinary performances, education and engagement programs
By trusting us with your return to the theater, you will discover a mix of in-person productions and virtual presentations that offer you the flexibility of choice in the year ahead.
Every year, New Victory provides more kids with more live performing arts in more grades than any other arts organization in New York City. Invite us into your classrooms, gather digital content, or schedule a field trip to the historic New Victory Theater to see theater, dance, music, circus, opera and puppetry from across the country and around the world.
The mission of the New Victory, making theater and performance part of kids' lives, is the best example I can think of, of the power of a simple idea.
Season 2 of the popular kids' TV series features New Victory Teaching Artists leading do-it-yourself arts activities. Episodes air weekdays and are available on THIRTEEN’S website.
Resources informing our practices
Acknowledging our accountability and responsibility to confront institutional and structural racism
Our five-year longitudinal study
Groundbreaking research on the impact of performing arts on kids
Supporting NYC artists
LabWorks supports New York artists in the creation of adventurous new work for young audiences