Education Programs

Our award-winning residency program, anti-bullying workshops, and multi-sensory musical serve over 5,000 students per year in all 5 boroughs of New York City! 

Experiential Learning

We use standards-based theater arts and music instruction rooted in experiential learning to advance literacy, language, and social skills; build knowledge and skills in the arts; teach academic subject matter; and address topics that are socially relevant to young people.

All of our programming has a focus on access and inclusion for all students, and include adaptations for multilingual learners and students with disabilities.

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Awards and Honors

Programming Awards

Mayor’s Grant for Cultural Impact

In partnership with the DOE- FY20 and FY21

DOE Arts for Students with Disabilities/English Language Learners Grants

FY15 to Present

DCLA Language Access Fund FY20

DCLA Cultural Immigrant Initiative FY19

We’ve Proudly Served

Schools, Homeless Centers & Community Centers

All Boroughs of New York City

Bring Our Education Programs to Your School

We now offer in person and virtual versions of our programs, depending on the needs of your school. Virtual programs can be synchronized or asynchronous.

For more information and prices, please email the New York City Children’s Theater Education Director or just click and use the form below:

Bring Our Education Programs to You!


Our Trauma-Informed Toolkit (TITK) is designed for educators, staff, and volunteers who work with young people. The TITK modules features 9 key topics and explore the 6 key elements of a trauma-informed approach

For more information and prices, please visit the Trauma-Informed Toolkit website.

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