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Partner Resources

Each season, The New Victory offers students ranging from Pre-K to 12th grade the opportunity to experience high quality, international, live performances for $2/ticket.

School-time tickets may only be booked by current Partner organizations. Contact us at or 646.223.3090 for help with specific questions. Please note that orders must be placed via computer or tablet only.

Looking for information about Summer Partnerships? Explore benefits and see the Victory Dance 2019 lineup.

Production Photo: Emily Brown and the Thing

Emily Brown and the Thing

How will Emily Brown ever get to sleep with The Thing making such a racket?! A friendly but woeful creature, The Thing has lost his Cuddly in the Dark and Scary Wood and won’t stop crying. Plucky, brave and determined to save the day, Emily and her trusty sidekick, Stanley the rabbit, leap into action in this imaginative musical adventure.

Jan 24 – Feb 1
Grades Pre-K – 2
Production photo: A Simple Space

A Simple Space

The seven audacious acrobats of Gravity & Other Myths like to keep things simple. Who needs circus rigging, sparkly costumes or even shoes when you’ve got each other? Balancing, climbing and swinging on one another’s heads, hands and shoulders, this talented troupe saturate their stripped-down spectacle with high-energy athleticism.

Feb 6 – 15
Grades 4 – 12
Production Photo: Ajijaak on Turtle Island

Ajijaak on Turtle Island

Visionary puppetry artist Heather Henson and Grammy Award winner Ty Defoe bring together an ensemble of North American First Nations Peoples to tell the tale of Ajijaak, a young whooping crane who must face her first migration south. Indigenous songs, languages, and dance weave together in this fable about the dangerous effects of climate change on animals and our Mother Earth.

Feb 28 – March 8
Grades 2 – 6
Production Photo: Fiesta con Sonia De Los Santos

Fiesta con Sonia De Los Santos

It’s fiesta time and everyone’s invited! Sunny songstress Sonia De Los Santos is hosting a party and her musical friends are arriving from all over Latin America to join in the fun. Everyone’s brought an instrument from their homeland and is ready to sing, dance and celebrate each other’s heritage and culture. Los esperamos!

March 13 – 15
Grades Pre-K – 3
Production Photo: The Nature of Forgetting

The Nature of Forgetting

When the past begins to dissolve for Tom, a father experiencing early onset dementia, happy childhood moments collide with momentous adult milestones in tangled threads of memory. Through intricate choreography and a cinematic live musical score, London-based Theatre Re creates a compellingly powerful narrative of heartwarming humanity.

March 20 – 29
Grades 6 – 12
Production photo: The World Inside Me

The World Inside Me

Wobbly first steps, ouchie boo-boos, funny faces and lilting lullabies. THE WORLD INSIDE ME uses gentle interactive play, live music, dance and visual effects to illustrate the inner life of our growing bodies.

March 27 – April 5
Grades Pre-K – K
Production Photo: SNAP


Poof! Presto! Snap! Playing with space, time and the otherworldly, this eclectic ensemble of illusionists will boggle your mind. Mixing dexterous sleight of hand, Chaplin-esque vaudevillian comedy and ingenious visual effects, SNAP conjures a marvelous, magical cabaret.

April 11 – 18
Grades K – 6
Production Photo: Silent Voices

Silent Voices: Lovestate

Soaring melodies, interlacing harmonies, and the ethereal voices of the Brooklyn Youth Chorus will echo through The New Victory with SILENT VOICES: LOVESTATE. Driven by their own personal stories and struggles, these remarkable young singers harness the power of their voices to confront the challenges of racism and sexism, as well as their own identities, orientations, boundaries and belonging.

May 2 & 3
Grades 9 – 12
Production Photo: Around the World in 80 Days

Around the World in 80 Days

With a fortune at stake, Phileas Fogg and his silly sidekick, Passepartout, must abandon the streets of Victorian London and circumnavigate the globe in just 80 days. Adapted by Laura Eason from Jules Verne’s classic novel, this fast-paced, globe-trotting theatrical romp is jam-packed with slapstick hilarity and comic book-style action scenes.

May 9 – 24
Grades 4 – 12

Bout à Bout

In the whimsical world of BOUT À BOUT (“end to end”), an ordinary piece of rope transforms into a lovable little hero. Along the way, this intrepid bit of twine encounters curious aquatic creatures, a cranky motorist and some springy, stringy playmates, all brought to life through the wondrous puppetry of Le Clan des Songes.

May 29 – June 7
Grades Pre-K – K

Inclement Weather Policy

We must cancel a performance for ALL Education Partners if the New York City DOE decides to cancel school and/or cancel field trips due to inclement weather. If school is in session and public transportation is running, scheduled classroom workshops WILL take place. The Chancellor’s decision to close school or cancel field trips will be communicated to radio and television stations prior to 6am.

In the event of cancellation, updated information will be provided on the New Victory Hotline by 7am each day: 646.223.3090

We will work to reschedule your trip if the performance is cancelled, but may not have the seating capacity to do so. Classroom workshops can also be rescheduled, with the exception of correlating post-show workshops for groups no longer attending a show.

Resources for DOE Updates:


NYC Department of Education
Office of Pupil Transportation


WINS (1010 AM)
WCBS (880 AM)


NY 1 (Channel 1)
WNYE-TV (Channel 25)
WNBC (Channel 4)

New Victory School Tool Resource Guides

Available to Education Partners for every show in our season, New Victory School Tool® Resource Guides provide educators with comprehensive materials that explore the artistry and key themes of each production. Filled with practical, ready-to-implement activities that allow any teacher to incorporate The New Victory into their classroom, the New Victory School Tool Resource Guides are designed to support the New York City Department of Education’s Blueprint for Teaching and Learning the Arts, New York State Learning Standards and the Common Core State Standards.

Resource Guides will be posted above as each production nears. For past School Tools, contact the Education Department at

New Victory School Tool Resource Guides are made possible by a generous gift in memory of Fr. John R. Scarangello, OFM, whose lifelong passion for the theater was a powerful influence on all who were fortunate to know and love him.

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