Press

Brooklyn Family Favorites Winner 2019 Badge

Brooklyn Family Magazine

“Summer camps in July and August put imagination center stage as kids work to develop their own mini-plays in a week. Helmed by teaching artists at the top of their field, Child’s Play NY also offers customized birthday parties, after-school classes, and residencies.”

Read more >

Backstage Logo

Backstage

“Older children begin performing Shakespeare and studying Greek texts to help immerse themselves with story, character, and language as part of the classic ensemble. All classic ensemble teachers are trained professional actors with experience performing Shakespeare on Broadway and regional productions across the country.”

Read more >

Time Out New York Kids Logo

Time Out New York Kids

“Tiny thespians are treated to a wide variety thanks to this creative camp. Professionals are on hand to guide little actors and actresses with any task—singing showtunes, waving wands and much more.”

Read more >

Mommy Nearest Logo

Mommy Nearest

“Whether it’s the Imagine That class for toddlers or the Shakespeare Players program for tweens, Child’s Play NY feeds any kind of creative inclination your little ones may harbor.”

Read more >

Broadway World Logo

Broadway World

“These workshops provide dynamic programming for schools seeking to integrate social and emotional learning into their curricula.”

Read more >

NY Metro Parents Logo

New York Metro Parents

“Joyful party games are tailored to fit the theme and make your child the star of the day. Professional actors help kids unleash their imagination”

Read more >

Show Score Logo

Showscore

“Child’s Play NY is a small company with a big heart. They offer lots of options for you to connect with your children and help unlock their creativity.”

Read more >

Spectrum News NY 1 Logo

New York One

“A theater program in Brooklyn is using Shakespeare to help elementary school students connect with their emotions. Child’s Play New York brings professional actors to lead theater workshops in more than a dozen schools around Brooklyn.”

Read more >