Let's Play Holiday Camp - New York, New York at Child's Play NY (at Cobble Hill Ballet)
  • Let's Play Holiday Camp - New York, New York

  • Child's Play NY (at Cobble Hill Ballet)

  • Carroll Gardens

Join us in the city that never sleeps to play New York City inspired games. Through improv and theater games we'll go back in time to exciting moments in the history of New York - Revolutionary War, building the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Jazz Age. A live musician joins us as we learn the music of Sinatra and classics from On the Town and Annie!
When to arrive:
15 minutes before
Cancellation policy:
48 hours in advance
Caregiver required:
No
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Child's Play NY (at Cobble Hill Ballet)

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232 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Carroll Gardens
(347) 759-6313

About
Child’s Play NY believes that through the theatrical arts, children build confidence, compassion and creativity.  Children are empowered as they live inside of stories and characters and develop their skills as an actor.  Our mission is to inspire young people to explore the creative process in order to become engaged participants in their world.  Our staff has 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. With our low faculty to student ratio and live musicians for musical programming we ensure that children get top-notch training. Ranked in Time Out New York Kids as a top theater program, Child's Play NY is the after-school theater provider at Packer, Berkeley Carroll, Avenues, and many more schools in NYC.
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Editor’s Tip
Jocelyn Greene, founder of Child’s Play, has been teaching theater to children since 1998 and holds an holds an MFA in Acting from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. In her words, Jocelyn loves her job because she gets to unite ‘truly gifted actors with kids who are hungry to play, and excited to imagine and make believe’.