New York City Ballet Autism-Friendly Access Workshop
Suggested Ages: All
Join the artists of New York City Ballet in movement workshops designed especially for autistic children and their families. During these one-hour events, children will be guided in a ballet-based warm-up and choreography inspired by some of the ballets currently being performed this season. Workshops feature live piano accompaniment and a designated quiet space will be available. A visual story will be sent prior to the event. No prior dance experience is necessary. Siblings are encouraged to participate.
Space is limited; online registration required.
The Deepest Breath
Join Stevie, a young girl who loves to read, on a bubbling, aquatic adventure of acceptance and self-love as her curiosity leads her to uncover more about the world and herself. After realizing that there are so many things to learn about, Stevie begins to experience anxiety. As her anxious thoughts start to take over,…More info
Flutter: A Discover Play for Babies
See a stunning discovery play that introduces babies ages 6-18 months and their caregivers to the four seasons.
Three performers, who are dancers, puppeteers and play-makers, lead a sensory experiential journey of visuals, sounds, objects, some language, and an open concept of play. Caregivers and babies are seated in the round, with the performance in…More info
New York City Ballet Family Saturday: A Dancer’s Life
.Learn about the path from young student to professional dancer in New York City Ballet. Find out about dancers’ training, daily preparation, and what it is like to perform onstage at Lincoln Center in this interactive presentation designed especially for family audiences. Get at exclusive sneak peek behind the curtain at the look of a…More info
Swans, sword fights, and toreadors take center stage at the grand Metropolitan Opera House in kid-friendly, bite-sized excerpts of works from ABT’s Summer Season including Swan Lake, Don Quixote, Romeo and Juliet and George Balanchine’s patriotic Stars and Stripes.
This narrated hour-long introduction to ballet for children ages 5-12 and their families hosted by ABT…More info