TADA! Youth Theater Presents GAME CHANGERS
Right now, the Drama Desk award-winning TADA! Youth Theater is presenting the 90s pop musical, Game Changers. A throwback to the popular kids' game shows of the 1990s, Game Changers follows six young contestants, each determined to be the first to make it to the top of Mt. Victory and win the game. As the challenges increase in difficulty and the stakes heighten, each contestant learns more about themselves and each other, ultimately leading to the realization that in order to win the game, they must do something that's never been done before...Please join us for a cool summer experience that lights up the stage!
Tickets available for performances on: July 18, 24, 30, 31 at 12PM & 2PM; July 26 at 12PM; July 23, 25 at 2PM; July 20, 27 at 2PM & 4PM and August 1 at 12PM & 2PM at TADA! Youth Theater, 15 W 28th Street, 2nd Floor Theater (between Broadway and 5th Avenue), New York City.
Founded in 1984, TADA! inspires young people from different backgrounds to be creative, learn, and think differently through high-quality musical theater productions and educational programs. The Drama Desk award-winning nonprofit produces original musicals for family audiences, offering free, year-round, pre-professional training and positive youth development programs, such as the Resident Youth Ensemble (ages 8-18), classes and camps for the public, and musical theater residencies in NYC schools and community centers. TADA! works to ensure that young people increase their self-confidence and creativity and develop advanced skills in leadership, communication, responsibility, collaboration, and problem-solving - all of which are essential to success in their academic and professional careers. Many young people who have participated in the program are inspired to pursue a career in the creative arts; in fact, TADA! alumni include Academy Award-winner Jordan Peele (member of the TADA! Board of Directors), Kerry Washington (Scandal), Josh Peck (Drake & Josh), Mizuo Peck (Night at the Museum trilogy), Amar Ramasar (New York City Ballet Principal Dancer), and members of alt-pop band AJR.
Photo courtesy of TADA! Youth Theater