Joyce Theater

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We are very glad to see our young dance-lovers and their grown-ups slowly returning to The Joyce Theater! And with the new guidelines and vaccinations established for children under 12 years old, we are thrilled to welcome back children attending the theater using Joyce Jr. memberships or purchasing a Kid’s Ticket to a Family Matinee. Older teens are welcomed to attend any performance and everyone must adhere to The Joyce Health and Safety Protocols.

 

Fall '22/Winter '23 Family Matinees

LaTasha Barnes: The Jazz ContinuumSat, Oct 15 at 2pm

Fouad Boussouf: NässSun, Oct 23 at 2pm

Camille A. Brown & DancersSun, Oct 30 at 2pm

Garth Fagan DanceSat, Nov 19 at 2pm

COMPLEXIONS Contemporary BalletSat, Dec 3 at 2pm

Dorrance DanceSat, Dec 10 at 2pm

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte CarloSat, Dec 24 at 3pm

Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCESat, Jan 21 at 2pm

Hubbard Street Dance ChicagoSat, Feb 18 at 2pm

In the meantime, see past editions of Miss Heather’s Kids’ Picks that are filled with musical choices by D.J. MizzMac, book and video recommendations, and links to cool websites just for the younger set and families.

NYC Dance Venues Coloring Pages

Can you name three places to see dance around New York City?  Now’s your chance to visit dance venues around town by downloading our NYC Dance Venues Coloring Pages.  Coloring is fun at any age. Learn facts about dance spaces found in each borough. Try to figure out how to get to the world famous Apollo Theater through Apollo’s Maze, and see how many dance words you can find in the dancing word search. The coloring pages are the result of a collaborative project created by Joyce student interns!

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Lastly, are you ready to try our Dance Challenge with Brenna? Learn a little choreography to the BTS song “Moon”. Challenge your friends to do it with you. Once you’ve got it, share it with us and we might share it on our Instagram page! 

Funding Credits

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The Joyce’s Dance Education & Family Programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council; and made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature. 

Key support has been provided by the GKV Charitable Foundation and the Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation.

Special support has been provided by Con Edison and the A.L. and Jennie L. Luria Foundation.