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New Victory Arts Break: Four Go Wild in Wellies

Turn your favorite things about spring, summer, fall or winter into a secret handshake with family activities inspired by Indepen-dance.
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I WISH: Who's Wearing the Pants

Inspired by I Wish's colorful costumes, explore the history of gendered clothing and the magic of self-expression.
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Experience the Fantasy World of I Wish!

Learn more about our newest fantasy musical I Wish, starring West End wonder Jordan Laviniere!
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New Victory Arts Break: I Wish

Remix some familiar fairytales and bring a wish to life through thoughtful collage in family activities inspired by Unicorn Theatre's I Wish.
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New Victory Arts Break: Devise a Show!

From costumes to monologues, play with different storytelling elements in Arts Break activities designed to help you create an original show!
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I'mPossible: Inclusivity in Circus Performing

New Victory Theater is diving into the joy of the most inclusive circus on earth with Omnium Circus’ show I’mPossible.
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The Story of Omnium Circus: Making the Impossible—Possible

Omnium Circus founder Lisa Lewis discusses the history of disability in circus arts and how I'mPossible is championing inclusion.
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New Victory Arts Break: I'mPossible

Practice a few circus tricks and learn how theater can be made accessible to everyone in activities inspired by Omnium Circus' I'mPossible.
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African Elephant Fun Facts and More Ahead of Aanika’s Elephants

Dive into African elephant fun facts and more before seeing your show at the New Victory Theater.
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Exploring Aanika’s Elephants with Writer/Producer Annie Evans

Aanika’s Elephants' Annie Evans shares how sisterhood and puppetry are woven together to tell Aanika and Little’s story.
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Don't delay—this discount drops to 30% at 12pm on June 25.