Try your hand at ensemble puppetry by connecting with a friend—literally! Then gather an audience and practice the art of puppet performance.
Anything can be a puppet! Explore unique character voices and craft a stylish sock puppet in this week’s New Victory Arts Break.
Warm up your voice and turn the hidden talents of your family and friends into celebratory song lyrics in this week’s New Victory Arts Break.
Create a monologue! Using a treasured photo or a letter to a friend, practice writing and performing from the heart in this New Victory Arts Break inspired by Generation Rise.
Discover devised theater with New Victory Teaching Artists! Fashion a fortune teller, make a memory map and create a spoken word performance in this New Victory Arts Break inspired by the art forms in Generation Rise.
Use your imagination! Join New Victory Teaching Artists for five arts activities inspired by shows in the 2021-22 New Victory On Demand season.
The popular TV series for kids features New Victory Teaching Artists leading do-it-yourself arts activities. Episodes air weekdays on WLIW21 and THIRTEEN this summer, and are available for streaming on THIRTEEN’S website.
Last year, we honored and celebrated Juneteenth as part of a week-long Arts Break. This year we’re combining celebration and activism with more activities from New Victory Teaching Artists that call each of us to harness our creativity in commemoration of the past and in service of the ongoing fight for equity and liberation.
What do you see in the world? Last week, we developed creative characters through movement, and this week we’ll look at the places we live to help shape the stories we share. We may soon see that wherever we look, there’s joy to be found!
Last week, we saw how New Victory LabWorks Artist nicHi douglas and her collaborators use play as a source of inspiration for their project Mimi and Rita’s Magic (Half) Hour. This week, we’ll play with those same inspirations and explore fun ways to create and inhabit characters through movement. We’ll also meet mover and choreographer Christoper Rudd, another of this season’s LabWorks Artists.