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A newly founded educational children's theater company, committed to empowering, educating, and entertaining our audiences. We hope that by presenting productions that challenge normative thinking and look at the world outside the box, we will ignite imaginations and encourage creative exploration for children and adults alike!


We are thrilled to present the world premiere of LOUDMOUTH, a new devised show for young audiences, directed by Suzannah Gratz and Clara Kundin with choreography by Phoebe Rose Sandford, at The Tank’s new home at 312 West 36th Street. Performances will be Thursday, November 16 at 6:30pm, Friday, November 17 at 6:30pm, Saturday, November 18 at 10am, and Sunday, November 19 at 2pm. Weekend shows will be followed by an optional workshop for kids.

In LOUDMOUTH, ten year old AJ doesn’t like to speak much. Her friends don’t mind, but her parents and teachers sure do! When AJ and her pals meet up after school to play their favorite made up game, it gives AJ the courage to use her voice in her own way. LOUDMOUTH is a show for all ages with music, dance, and a really cool game that audiences will leave the theater wanting to play. The show deals with issues of selective mutism, friendship, and self worth. (Recommended for ages 4 and up.)

 

 

 
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We are closing out our New York premiere of the musical EDNA THE STOMPER, with a book by Laura Toffenetti, and music by Janet Jungden. Directed and choreographed by Sarah Sutliff, with musical direction by Christina Bottley, EDNA THE STOMPER began performances on Saturday, October 7th in residency at The Tank (312 West 36th Street, New York, NY) and closes Sunday October 12th. EDNA THE STOMPER made its world premiere at the Chicago Fringe Festival and was the top selling show of the 2017 Kids Fringe!

In EDNA THE STOMPER, seven year old Edna stomps everywhere and stomps a lot. It is driving her very talented family crazy! EDNA THE STOMPER is a musical for all ages complete with songs, stomps, and some punny monster puppets! This heartfelt tale deals with the issues of self worth, creative expression, and finding one’s place in the family. (Recommended for ages 4 and up.)