La MaMa Kids

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Fun for the whole family!
STORYTELLING, MUSIC-MAKING, PUPPET CRAFT, MASK-MAKING, AND MORE!

La MaMa Kids is a series of creative workshops and performances for the young and the young at heart. Master artists from LaMaMa teach theatre crafts in workshops that encourage imaginative play and hands-on learning. Children and adults learn the basics of storytelling, dance, mask and puppet-making, and more! Held monthly, La MaMa Kids is fun for the whole family!

DETAILS

WHERE?

La MaMa Kids takes place at the Annex building 
or the First Floor Theatre (unless otherwise noted).
66 East 4th Street / 74a East 4th Street
(bet. Bowery & 2nd Ave)

WHEN?

Saturday mornings at 11 o’clock
Events take place on two Saturdays of every month.

HOW MUCH?

Tickets: $15 per person for performances
$10 per child for workshops
Reservations: www.lamama.org
(Ages 4–104!)
Workshops are 45 minutes long and limited to 25 children.
Performances are 45 minutes long and limited to 99 audience members.

Archive

Past Kids Workshops & Performances

Committee: Denise Greber, Julia Stirling Martin, Federico Restrepo, Jane Catherine Shaw,  Bonnie Sue Stein, Janice Yoo, and Perry Yung.
La MaMa Kids 2019-2020 is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, with additional support from Con Edison, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Howard Gilman Foundation, The Sequoia Foundation for Achievement in the Arts & Education, and The William C. Bullitt Foundation.