After evaluating the spread of COVID-19 in our area, the 14th Street Y will be closed until further notice. We are thrilled to officially launch the Virtual 14th Street Y! Learn more about all the amazing digital programs available for people of all ages. 

School Partnerships

Inspirational Performances for Students

Inspirational Performance for Students

The Theater at the 14th Street Y
2019-2020 Season

“Ever since I was a child, I can remember sitting in the theater, waiting as the lights go down for the magic to start. From the age of two our mother would schlep us to see new worlds and experience foreign types of movement, sounds and music. She believed in exposing us to all parts of our imagination, building paths towards new unknowns.”
— Ronit Muszkatblit,
Senior Director for Arts + Culture + LABA

For its 2019-2020 season, the Theater at the 14th Street Y is hosting morning school performances for select productions to bring that magic to all ages. From elementary age puppet performances to stirring, historical one woman shows for older students, we have a robust season of educational and magical programming.


Performance Packages

Performances for 100* students and teachers for $1,000 (just $10 a person)

Want an even bigger discount? Buy a package of three performances and get each show for $900 (only $9 a head!)

*Offer is valid only with full purchase of 100 tickets.

To learn more or to book a performance for your school, please email Lilith Bachelder, Box Office and Special Events Coordinator, at LBachelder@14streety.org or call 646-395-4331.


 

The Stray

October 1, 2, 3, & 4
For ages 5 – 9

The conflict between wolves and humans has existed for years, but can an unlikely friendship mend the rift between them? A new folk musical about love, loss, and the power of understanding, “The Stray” shows us growing pains lead to remarkable change.

 

Riyaaz/Practice

November 14 and 15
For Middle & High School Students

With bharatanatyam, kathak, odissi and sattriya as foundational training, four east coast contemporary dance companies collaborate on a joint production to explore the rigor and sanctuary of a daily, physical and intentional practice.

 

A Golem From Buenos Aires

December 16 – 20
For ages 4 – 11

A Golem from Buenos Aires is a multidisciplinary theater play for the whole family, inspired by the Jewish legend of the Golem of Prague. In this original performance, an unexpected event unfolds a new hilarious, poetic, moving story.

 

WonderSpark

February 10 – 23
For ages 3 & up

A variety of family friendly puppet performances. WonderSpark is proud to continue the tradition of nonmoving-mouth hand puppets, aka “Mister Rogers” style.

 

First By Faith: The Life of Mary McLeod Bethune

February 25-28, March 2 – 6 & 9 – 13
For Middle & High School Students

2018 Winner of United Solo Theatre Festival’s “Best Educational Show” Award. This show explores Mary McLeod Bethune’s journey as an uneducated child to becoming a world renowned educator, humanitarian, civil rights activist and stateswoman.

 

Cheer From Chawton: A Jane A Austen Family Theatrical

February 25 – 28, March 2 – 6 & 9 – 13
For Middle & High School Students

In the tradition of home theatricals held during her childhood, Jane Austen has prepared an entertainment for her family in which her siblings are to take part with her as performers. She expects to begin playing Mrs. Bennet (from Pride and Prejudice), to her brother James’s Mr. Bennet. But her family has played a trick on her: they have left Jane to tackle an unrehearsed solo performance.