All season long, we’ll be featuring young people from the Usher Corps. Today, we’re talking to third-year usher Timothy Charles from Brooklyn, New York.
In this Family Activity, learn a bit about stepping, the Step Afrika! dance company and the historical events that inspired DRUMFOLK.
To celebrate all of the New Victory LabWorks we’ve received, we’re highlighting five alumni companies who are making waves in New York City (and beyond!).
We sat down with Amanda Villalobos to get an inside look at how she brought extinct creatures back to life with puppetry!
LabWorks encourages NYC artists to create imaginative work for young audiences. Laura Been and Li Kennedy answer some questions about the program!
All season long, we’ll be featuring young people from the Usher Corps in our show programs and here on New Victory Stories.
Their piece of puppet theater celebrates the humpback whale’s return to New York City waters after pollution drove the species away for many years.
In this activity, bring prehistoric puppets to life, solve some riddles and make resolutions to save endangered animals by helping to stop climate change.
In this new year, New Victory LabWorks takes center stage at New 42 with both works-in-progress and productions on stage this winter at New Victory.
We sat down with a founding member and high school junior Oliver Peck to hear his thoughts on creating the New 42 Teen Council.