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The New Victory Theater is thrilled to present Victory Dance, a series specifically curated to introduce younger audiences to the incredible artistry and diversity of dance in New York City. Each evening will feature a unique program of up to four different companiesall the more reason to see all three!

Program A includes:

KEIGWIN + COMPANY Contact Sport (Boys & Girls) by Larry Keigwin
Full Circle Souljahs Bach to the Future by Kwikstep & Rokafella
Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE "Amen," an excerpt from Come Ye by Ronald K. Brown

Read about the origins of Victory Dance.


Performance Facts

Performance Facts

60 minutes with no intermission

For audiences 8 and older.
This production will have a post-show Talk-Back.
Ticket Info

Ticket Information

All seats are $10.

Special thanks to The Jerome Robbins Foundation for its leadership support of Victory Dance.

Company Accolades


Keigwin + Company      KEIGWIN + COMPANY
Renowned for his "zany blend of pop and formalism" (Dance Magazine), Larry Keigwin's choreography exudes wit, playfulness and kinetic energy.
Full Circle Souljahs      FULL CIRCLE SOULJAHS
"Powerfully inspired by various forms of street performance, Full Circle Souljahs has brought a complete spectrum of approachable and straight-from-the-heart hip hop culture into theaters" (
Ronald K. Brown/Evidence      RONALD K. BROWN/EVIDENCE
Blending traditional African dance with contemporary choreography, Ronald K. Brown "captures spirituality through a rapturous dance vocabulary" (TheaterMania).



About Victory Dance...

About Victory Dance

These Victory Dance performances for the public are part of a new program created by The New 42nd Street, which will also provide free daytime dance performances, Talk-Backs, dance-focused workshops and curriculum guides to NYC kids in summer schools and camps this July.

Other Programs:
Program B on July 24:
LAVA Heart Beat Hoops
Monica Bill Barnes & Company I Love Vegas and Anna's Interview
Lil Buck The Swan
Ballet Hispanico Sombrerísimo

Program C on July 31:
Gallim Dance "Pupil Suite," an excerpt from I Can See Myself in Your Pupil
Michelle Dorrance
doug elkins choreography, etc.
 Excerpt from Scott, Queen of Marys
Ballet Tech's Kids Dance KYDZNY

Your Trip to Our Theaters


Just steps from the Times Square-42nd Street subway stops, The New Victory is a 499-seat, historic, jewel box theater restored to its original glory. The majority of our shows are presented here, in the oldest operating theater in New York City. Down in the lobby you'll find stroller parking, free lockers to store your stuff, healthy snacks and New Vic merch to take home.


Located inside the New 42nd Street Studios building, The Duke on 42nd Street is home to New Victory programming that requires a more intimate space.


Located just down the block from The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios host New Vic shows geared towards our youngest audience members. The space allows for a variety of seating configurations, including options for floor seating, making it easy to move around and step out of the theater area if you and yours need to do so. Stroller parking and changing tables are available.


Where To Go

 The Duke on 42nd Street and New 42nd Street Studios
229 West 42nd Street New York, NY, 10036

 The New Victory Theater
209 West 42nd Street New York, NY, 10036


Welcome to 42nd Street

Welcome to the Crossroads of the World. We recommend that you come early or stay late and grab a bite with one of our neighborhood restaurant partners.

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