In our efforts to be as mindful as possible of the many communities we serve, we’re taking a cue from Indigenous peoples and beginning our stories with reverence and respect.
To live in New York is to surround ourselves with cultures, traditions and experiences unlike our own.
During October, we’ll be highlighting five neighborhoods where you can see New Victory in the community. The first up is Sunset Park in Brooklyn, New York!
All season long, we’ll be featuring young people from the Usher Corps. Today, we’re talking to third-year usher Manny Leyva from Bushwick, Brooklyn.
We sat down with the creators of The Pout-Pout Fish to give you a deep dive into the creation of this brand new musical, based on the popular book series.
Learn more about LabWorks artist Sarah Dahnke, her exciting project To Grow a Pomegranate and what first made her fall in love with theater.
Get ready to go on a fun-filled adventure with the perpetually pouty Mr. Pout-Pout Fish, filled with colorful puppets and catchy tunes.
Our final stop on our trip around the world is Melesse, France—the home of Não Não’s Le Vent des Forges. Get to know this tiny town in Brittany!
Check out the roster of talented New York City artists pursuing the creation of innovative, adventurous new work for young audiences.
The fourth stop on our journey around the world is Cape Town, South Africa. Get to know fun and informative facts about this diverse city!