Since 1990, New 42 has made it possible for approximately:

675,000+ students
to experience live theater through New Victory arts education

1,600+ NYC youth
to achieve professional and personal success through paid employment with the New 42 Youth Corps

1 million views nationwide
of virtual education and artistic programs through New Victory Arts Break, New Victory Dance and New Victory On Demand

1,350 new works
to journey from New 42 Studios to Broadway stages and beyond

What’s New

This summer, New 42 was recognized along with New York State arts organizations Alvin Ailey, Reel Works and LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and the Performing Arts at the 110th First Lady’s Luncheon at The Congressional Club Museum and Foundation in Washington, DC. Tiffany Gardner, Co-Vice Chair of the New 42 Board and Russell Granet, President & CEO were there representing New 42.

Text that reads, "GIVE: Your Guide to Teaching Artistry in Inclusive Settings," accompanied by a photo of a teacher teaching in a classroom.

GIVE: Your Guide to Teaching Artistry in Inclusive Settings

ArtsConnection, Community-Word Project and New Victory have partnered to present free online resources created by Teaching Artists for Teaching Artists working in Integrated Co-Teaching (ICT) Classrooms in NYC and beyond.

The New 42 logo on a dark blue background with the words "Year in Review" in white below. Below that are the words "2021-22" in yellow.

Year in Review

From reopening the doors to our New Victory Theater and New 42 Studios to expanding our reach to audiences across the globe and strengthening our mission with initiatives focused on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging—take a look at all we’ve been up to this past year.


As part of a cultural nonprofit that believes access to the arts are a right for everyone that begins at birth, New Victory set out to prove that the creativity and collaboration we see at the theater and in the classroom is directly linked to meaningful arts engagement in kids’ lives.

“New 42 Youth Corps has shaped me in a way that encourages me to help others.”

Jonathan Rodriguez, New Victory Usher Corps, Class of 2013 & New 42nd Street Fellows Corps, Class of 2018

Young girl enjoying watching a performance

New Victory Theater

New Victory opens new worlds to young people and families through extraordinary performances, education and engagement programs.

New 42 Studios

New 42 Studios cultivates new ideas in the performing arts through services and spaces that embolden artists to do their best work.

Photo of Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast of Hamilton by Joan Marcus. New Victory photos by Alexis Buatti-Ramos.