Try a little dance wherever you are! New Victory’s annual summer dance series features the most exciting New York City companies and soloists alongside exciting opportunities for kids and families to engage in a wide variety of dance styles together.
Kickstart your creativity with 15 weeks worth of free arts activities! Guided by New Victory Teaching Artists, Arts Break is a curriculum designed for the millions of families stuck at home to incorporate the performing arts into their learning.
New Victory opens new worlds to kids and families through extraordinary performances, education and engagement programs
We have made the decision that the New Victory Theater building will remain closed through Spring of 2021 and we will focus our energy on keeping the performing arts alive in your community as we continue to meet you where you are, wherever that may be.
For many NYC school kids, New Victory represents their very first live theater experience. Typically serving 40,000 students a season, New Victory Education offers kids an opportunity to experience international productions from the heart of New York City’s Theater District. Over the last 20 years, more than half a million NYC school kids have discovered new cultures and art forms, and more importantly, new ways of seeing themselves as creative individuals.
Through its roster of education programs, including professional development for teaching artists, New Victory has enhanced the lives of children, their families and arts educators.
Robert L. LynchPresident, Americans for the Arts
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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