Welcome

At Lincoln Center Education, music, theater, and dance are all doorways to cultivating skills that are critical in our dynamic, changing world. For more than 40 years, our programs have served a wide range of audiences, including schools, families, educators, teaching artists, and arts advocates. In that time, more than 20 million people have engaged with Lincoln Center's myriad programs on campus, at our affiliated schools and institutions, online, and beyond. At the center of all arts learning is high quality art. LCE's world-class performance season for young audiences is designed to delight, provoke, inspire, and push audiences to think like an artist.


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Théâtre des Petites Âmes

December 10–15, 2019

Clark Studio Theater

Grades

Pre-K–2

An intimate puppet-theater experience, this charming and gentle production will elicit laughter and wonderment. Learn More 

Philadanco

January 22–25, 2020

Clark Studio Theater

Grades

6–12

Known for its athletic and lyrical dance style, Philadanco presents three stunning pieces that represent diverse communities and varied perspectives. Learn More 

SUDS

Bluelaces Theater Company

January 28–February 9, 2020

Clark Studio Theater

Grades

Pre-K–5

An engaging and immersive theatrical experience created especially for students with autism and other developmental differences.  Learn More 

January 29–February 22, 2020

Bruno Walter Auditorium

Grades

6–12

Singer-songwriter Mumu Fresh empowers the youngest generation with her powerful lyrics, compelling voice, and commitment to social justice. Learn More 

Songs from Open Windows

Dan + Claudia Zanes with Yuriana Sobrino

February 11–16, 2020

Clark Studio Theater

Grades

K–5

Go on a musical journey with Grammy Award–winner Dan Zanes and jazz vocalist Claudia Zanes at this upbeat show, featuring a mix of traditional and contemporary songs. Learn More 

Mayhem Poets

February 24–March 6, 2020

Clark Studio Theater

Grades

6–12

A unique approach to spoken word that seamlessly blends the raw elements of hip-hop, theater, improvisation, and stand-up comedy. Learn More 

Zeshan B

March 11–20, 2020

Bruno Walter Auditorium

Grades

6–12

Zeshan B brings an Indo-Pakistani feel to tempestuous soul arias, urban love dramas, Memphis blues, and civil-rights anthems. Learn More 

One Morning I Left

March 19–22, 2020

Clark Studio Theater

Grades

Pre-K–2

In this Spanish-English bilingual production, students will be invited to discover, feel, and enjoy this journey of colors, sounds, landscapes, and animals. Learn More 

Las Cafeteras

March 25–April 3, 2020

Bruno Walter Auditorium

Grades

3–12

A vibrant musical fusion of Afro-Mexican beats, rhythms, and rhymes. Learn More 

Noche Flamenca

April 21–30, 2020 

Clark Studio Theater

Grades

6–12

Celebrated flamenco troupe Noche Flamenca fuses its signature style with hip-hop in this richly rhythmic production. Learn More 

Cerita Anak (Child’s Story)

Polyglot Theater & Papermoon Puppet Theatre

May 5–10, 2020

Clark Studio Theater

Grades

Pre-K–2

This immersive sea adventure combines puppetry, song, and shadow imagery to take students on a journey they won’t forget. Learn More 

Kish Kush

Teatrodisinto

May 12–23, 2020

Clark Studio Theater

Grades

3–12

At turns humorous and profound, challenging yet hopeful, Kish Kush offers a unique and eloquent portrayal of diversity. Learn More 

Past Events

The American Revolution

October 28–November 8, 2019

Clark Studio Theater

History in 50 minutes—seven actors, two feet off the ground, share 21 square feet of space to recreate the entire American fight for independence from Lexington to Yorktown. Using only the... Learn More 

Abraham In Motion

November 4–7, 2019

Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College

Explore what it means to be human and how we relate to others through the stunning and diverse repertoire of Kyle Abraham’s renowned dance company.  Learn More 

Élage Diouf

November 13–15, 2019

Bruno Walter Auditorium

An inviting, multilingual concert from Senegalese born singer-songwriter and master percussionist Élage Diouf.  Learn More 

Sacred Earth

November 19–22, 2019

Clark Studio Theater

Inspired by the Tamil Sangam literature of India, Sacred Earth explores the interconnectedness between human emotions and the environment that shapes them.  Learn More 

Music from the Sole

December 3–8, 2019

Clark Studio Theater

Renowned tap and Afro-Cuban artists present holiday performances focused on the theme of togetherness and the joy that comes from sharing music and dance with your community.  Learn More