Explore the arts wherever you are! New Victory Arts Break offers free ideas and activities guided by New Victory Teaching Artists for teachers and families to incorporate performing arts into their learning. In this ongoing series, discover creative playtime that will flex your creativity and stretch your imagination!
New Victory Arts Break is funded, in part, by Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and New York State Council on the Arts.
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What do you stand for? Dress up and perform as your favorite historical heroes, and then dream up your own hero to tackle today’s challenges.
Get silly with props, costumes, trips and slips, and tap into your inner clown as you practice the element of surprise!
From watercolor wows to wacky dance moves, explore different ways of getting creative… with air! Are you a fan?
Create a character inspired by music and choreograph a scene using everyday objects in this week’s New Victory Arts Break!
Act! Write! Move! Join New Victory Teaching Artists for three arts activities inspired by shows in the 2021-22 New Victory On Demand season.
Whether you’re attending a show in person at New Victory, enjoying one of our New Victory On Demand titles, or just looking for some creative playtime, New Victory Arts Break continues this season with free activities that offer performing arts engagement wherever you are!
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.