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The New 42nd Street / The New Victory Theater Overview
The New 42nd Street is an independent nonprofit organization established in 1990 by the State and City of New York with a mandate to revitalize a long-neglected stretch of 42nd Street between Broadway and Eighth Avenue. The organization was entrusted with a 99-year lease on 7 historic properties, and opened the elegantly restored New Victory Theater in December 1995 as New York City's first and foremost performing arts venue dedicated to young people and families. The New Vic instantly transformed the local community and the City's cultural landscape, and emboldened The New 42nd Street to construct and operate the New 42nd Street Studios, which opened in June 2000 as a state-of-the-art facility replete with 14 rehearsal spaces, offices for 6 nonprofit dance/theater companies and a 200-seat theater, The Duke on 42nd Street. The New 42nd Street's remaining properties are subleased to cultural and commercial enterprises that are ensuring the vitality of the block for generations to come.
Since opening in 1995, The New Victory has introduced over 1.5 million kids and adults to a broad spectrum of performing arts from around the world.
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I am a theatre artist, parent and former Preschool and Elementary School teacher. I have long been a fan of the work the New Vic does from a professional standpoint. Their shows are beautifully produced, adventurous, carefully curated to serve a wide audience and lots of fun. But now as a parent ...
I am a Teaching Artist with the New Victory theater as well a many other organizations. I feel extreemly lucky to be a part of the New Victory family. There are very few other organizations that bring such quality theater to so many students. In addition to the wonderful classroom programs, the ...
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As a former Apprentice I would like to share how the New Vic has changed my life. I first came in contact with the New Victory Theater as a high school senior looking for an apprenticeship that would help me figure out where I fit in in the theater world. two vital factors in my experience as an ...
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