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    Child's Play NY
    Street:
    475 Washington Ave #4E
    City:
    Brooklyn
    State:
    NY
    Zip Code:
    11238
    Phone:
    3477596313
    Neighborhood:
    Brooklyn Heights
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    Child's Play NY is a Brooklyn-based company founded in 2009, committed to offering a diverse array of theater arts classes for children and the belief that studying the art of acting encourages kids to be even more creative, collaborative and compassionate human beings. Since its inception Child's Play NY has touched the lives of hundreds of students, encouraging each of them to explore the creative process and become more engaged participants in their world, and inspiring young people to tap into their intrinsic sense of play through theater. Teaching artists have trained at some of the most esteemed drama schools in the world and continue to perform on and off Broadway as well as in television and film. Child’s Play NY won the Family Favorites Award for Best Performing Arts Class in 2019 from NY Family Magazine and is ranked in Time Out New York Kids and Backstage as a top theater program.  Child's Play NY is the after-school theater provider at over fifteen schools in NYC. In addition to in-school programming, Child’s Play NY runs summer camps and customized birthday parties. Learn more at childsplayny.com.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Discount:

    $25 Off a Virtual Production Class with Child’s Play NY with code PSP25

     

    Child’s Play NY’s award-winning theater classes get kids playing, connecting and acting together! Whether in-person or online, the programming supports young people’s social-emotional learning and creativity. Vibrant teaching artists infuse joy into the classes while challenging curriculum inspires kids to grow their skills. Child’s Play NY has been selected as a top theater arts-program by Backstage, New York Parents and Red Tricycle. Their games and resources are used by Mt Sinai Parenting as a tool for families and they are the chosen theater provider at dozens of high-ranking schools in NYC.

     

    PSP Members can save $25 on a virtual production class. 

    Kids work together on a production that will be rehearsed and filmed over Zoom. They are cast in a play and work with a director, choreographer and music coach to bring the play to life. The final premiere showcases and celebrates the experience.  

    • The Big Twist: A Musical from Oz for Grades 1-4

    • Shakespeare Scene Study for Grades 3-5, 6-8 or 9-12

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 16-Jan-2021
    Subject:  Shout out to Child's Play
    Comment:  I just wanted to shout out Child's Play https://childsplayny.com/ for awesome online programming. My 3rd grader has been taking virtual classes with them for many months now and loves it. This past week they ran a special holiday camp, every morning 9:30-11:30 and we signed our Pre-K kiddo up too, figuring out was worth a try (normally online classes are *not* her thing). She LOVED it.They are extending their camp another week in case your kids are still off school, we signed our little one up again since her remote school is in the afternoon. They also have weekly classes that are affordable and super engaging.I don't have any affiliation with Child's Play other than being a very happy customer.
    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 10-Nov-2019
    Subject:  Fall theater program
    Comment:  I recommend Child's Play NY. They have spots throughout Brooklyn for different age groups. Both of my children have worked with them. My son did Seussical in 4th grade. He had never done a musical before and was cast in the lead role (and we learned he could carry a tune really well!). My daughter was in Willy Wonka in 1st grade and discovered that she prefers to be backstage and not have any lines or be on stage at all. :) That said, as a person in theater myself, I found the exercises that they did with the kids to be great and age appropriate. Sometimes they were a little ambitious with the choreography they expected of the littlest ones but I think your 7th grader would be fine.
    Reviewed by 2017Review
    On 04-Sep-2017
    Subject:  Review from the 2017 PSP Summer Camp Survey
    Comment:  The camp was absolutely amazing. My son is a BIG introvert and came out of his shell. They changed some formats to get him to feel comfortable and adjusted to each individuals needs.If you could change anything, what would it be? That they don't serve snacks. in a 3 hour time frame it is really not needed, if they do want to serve something they should keep it with apples. They were great about allergies though!Age of child: 3Based on a Summer 2017 experience
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    On 23-Dec-2014
    Subject:  2014 Summer Camp Review
    Comment:  Like: The Snow Queen theme was perfect for my Frozen-obsessed child; they had at least 4-5 counselors every day; counselors were also very energetic and kept the 4-5 year old active and entertained.Change: Wish it was an all-day program but it may have been too much for my 4 1/2 year old...Would you send again? YesDo you recommend? Highly recommend(reviewed September 2014)
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 06-Jan-2012
    Comment:  I can heartily second this recommedation. My daughter had drama camp with Jocelyn at child's play this summer and it was a wonderful experience!
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 06-Jan-2012
    Comment:  Just wanted to give a shout out for a great theater class for kids 6-10. They learn and perform a Shakespeare play, and this coming term they will be performing Hamlet. My son was Macbeth in August and it was a great experience. They learned so much and put on an incredible performance.
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 04-Jun-2010
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 04-Jun-2010
    Comment:  I highly recommend Child's Play summer workshops! My five-year-old daughter has been taking classes with Jocelyn who runs the program for the last year, including a summer workshop last summer. She has adored the classes! She brings what she learns home as she incorporates the whole family into her "shows" with us each getting a turn to make up part of the story and then acting it all out. It has been such a wonderful way to encourage her imagination as well as develop other theatre concepts. I have particularly noticed how Jocelyn is able to get all the children in the class involved and enthusiastic in the class so that everyone has a great time. We have been thrilled with these classes!(june, 2010)