The New Victory Dome Restoration Video, Student Writing Partnerships with The 24 Hour Plays, LabWorks Artist Applications, the 2022-23 Year in Review, and Russell Granet on “Arts Educators Save the World” podcast in this newsletter issue.
This fall, we restored the New Victory’s historic dome and are now ready to welcome you all back to the theater!
New Victory’s 2023-24 season opens with The Vanishing Elephant at Stage 42, a DEIB update, Team New 42 at the NYC Marathon, our Family Benefit and Russell Granet on Art Movez.
New 42 honored at the 110th First Lady’s Luncheon, New Victory partners with NYCHA, New Victory ArtsBreak on CampTV and more!
New Victory Usher Corps member Sarah Vargas talks about her experience ushering at the New Victory and what she is looking forward to after graduation
Artists from all over the world found their way to the New Victory Theater to discuss the state of the performing arts.
The developing situation in Ukraine might be a scary time for kids worldwide. With that fear comes tough questions and a sense of responsibility to have an open dialogue. Here are some resources to help guide the conversation in a way that feels safe for you and your family.
We’re excited to announce the 2021-22 New Victory Season, thoughtfully curated by our Artistic Director Mary Rose Lloyd. With continued emphasis on the health and safety of our kids and families, we found new ways to change our seating plans, show schedules and protocols so that you can have a little peace of mind with every ticket purchase. We will release policies around specific shows at the time of their on-sale dates. By trusting us with your return to the theater, you will discover a mix of in-person productions and virtual presentations that offer you the flexibility of choice in the year ahead.
Juneteenth, celebrated annually on June 19th since 1865, commemorates the emancipation of enslaved Americans. Last year, we made a commitment to celebrate the holiday through New Victory Arts Break, sharing more about the event’s historical and cultural context and exploring the relationship between activism and the arts. The response from you and from the hundreds of teachers we work with was overwhelmingly positive.
Crain’s New York Business names Courtney J. Boddie, New 42 Vice President, Education & School Engagement, a 2021 Notable Black Leader and Executive for her creative solutions in bringing performing arts to New York City’s underserved communities, and for strengthening schools through New Victory Education programs.