New York City for Teens
NYC HOTSPOTS FOR TEENS NYC Nightlife for Teens Cool Museums NYC Tours
Cool Restaurants Chinatown Hotspots Little Italy Restaurants Learning Programs

Urban Word NYC : Get your word on - Teen poetry slam-- LIVE!

Rock-and-Roller Skating : Come enjoy a weekly rock-and-roll skate party in a converted factory in Williamsburg!

STOMP! : Eight incredible young performers make rhythm with found objects like garbage cans and pots and pans - their skill is truly awesome!

Blue Man Group : People from all over the world come to see these three enigmatic bald and blue characters who take the audience through a multi-sensory experience combining theater, percussive music, art, science and vaudeville into a form of entertainment that is like nothing else.

Total Request Live (TRL) Taping – 212-398-8549 – Throngs of teens gather every day in MTV’s Times Square studio to be on Carson Daly’s hot countdown show.

Coney Island : the boardwalk, Astroland, cirus side shows, the mermaid parade & more. What else could you ask for?

Ice Skating at Rockefeller Center

Ice Skating in Central Park

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NYC Nightlife for Teens
BAM Cafe, 30 Lafayette Ave. at Ashland Pl., Brooklyn (718) 636-4139
All ages
Directly above the main lobby of the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the cafe hosts a weekly performance series with everything from Jazz to Spoken Word to Afro-pop, Latin, Rock, R&B, Blues, and Experimental music. Thursdays and Fridays are live music, Saturdays are dance parties. Hours: Wed-Sun (and all performance nights) concessions and dinner 4:30 - 11pm; Sunday brunch 12 - 5pm. There is no cover for shows but there is a $10 food/drink minimum. The cafe also hosts a Gospel Brunch on select Sundays from 2-4pm ($20, less for kids).

B. B. King Blues Club & Grill, 237 W. 42nd St. (btw. 7th & 8th Aves.) (212) 997-4144 (see events)
All ages
The famous blues club at Times Square has performers every night at 8pm and 10:30pm and a Gospel Brunch every Sunday at 1pm and 3pm. The restaurant is open every day from 11am - midnight. Covers charges vary. Call for reservations or reserve online.

The Beacon Theater, 2124 Broadway at 74th St. (212) 496-7070 (see events)
Usually all ages
The Beacon hosts some of the best medium-sized performances of both music and theater. Many people prefer it to some of the larger venues because of its smaller, cozier atmosphere. Box office is open 11am - 7pm, M - F and noon - 5pm on Saturday and Sunday when there is a show.

Blarney Star, 43 Murray St. (btw. Church & W. Broadway) (212) 732-2873 (see events)
All ages.
"Weekly Friday night concerts of Irish traditional music in New York City. Performers include the best local and visiting instrumentalists and singers." Shows at 9pm & 10:30pm. $10 cover. Dining available.

Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St., btwn Bowery & Crystie St. (212) 533-2111 (see events)
Age limit varies (16 - 21) depending on the show.
Outfitted in classy Art Deco style, this three-level former shoe store has a downstairs lounge and a 500-capacity concert hall. A cool mid-sized venue for Electronica, Alternative and Indie-rock. Downstairs opens at 7pm, upstairs opens at 8pm with shows starting at 9:30 or 10pm. Tickets from $12 - $30. The Box Office at the Mercury Lounge is open from 12 - 7pm, Mon.-Sat. (212-260-4700).

Brooklyn Moon Cafe, 745 Fulton St., Fort Greene, Brooklyn (718) 243-0424
All ages
Cafe bistro hosting live Jazz and R&B. Tues-Sun 10am - 10pm, Fri 10pm - 2am. Open mic on Fridays at 10:30pm for a $5 cover.

Cafe Wha?, 115 MacDougal St. (btw. W. 3rd & Bleeker Sts.) (212) 254-3706
All ages.
Monday: Brazillian Night, $10 cover. Tuesday: Funk night, $7. Wednesday - Sunday: the Wha? Band plays a mixture of Rock, R&B, Funk, and Reggae, $5 on Thurs, $10 Fri and Sat. Hours: 8:30pm - 2:30am (weekdays) or 4am (Fri & Sat). They also serve dinner and drinks.

Caffe Greco, 79-08 37th Ave., Jackson Hieghts, Queens. (718) 396-4243
All ages
This cafe has "Tuneful Tuesdays" every week from 7pm - 9:30pm with folk and other performers. No cover. There's also an open mic poetry and performance night every first Monday of the month.

Caravan of Dreams Cafe, 405 E. 6th St. at 1st Ave. (212) 254-1613
All ages
Restaurant with live music of various kinds playing in the evening from 8pm - 10ish. No cover.

CBGB, 313 Bowery at Bleecker St. (212) 982-4052 (see events)
Age 16 and up.
Since 1976, this club has been serving the best in Punk and alternative rock. Blondie and the Talking Heads got their starts here. CB's (as it's affectionately called) now hosts many different kinds of music, but it's still true to its punk roots. Shows nightly at 8pm. Cover: $5-$10.

Downtime, 251 W. 30th St., btwn 7th & 8th Aves. (212) 695-2747
Age 18 and up (with two forms of ID).
This three-level night club boasts live music on the Main floor, plus a DJ dance hall and a Game Room. Live shows include Jazz, Blues, Rock and Pop music. Open Wed - Sat from 5pm - 4am, and other days for special events. The cover charge is usually $5 after 7:30pm, $10 on Fridays, and $10 - $15 on Saturdays.

Engine 27, 173 Franklin St. (btw. Greenwich & Hudson Sts.) (212) 431-7466
All ages
This brand new "Sound Gallery" and performance space was built with state-of-the-art technology so that performers can customize their acoustic space. They have installations which are open to the public Tues - Fri from noon to 5pm, and experimental electronic concerts on select nights at 8pm. $10 suggested donation.

Exit, 610 W. 56th St., btwn 11th & 12th Aves. (212) 582-8282
Age 18 and up, Fridays from 10pm - 6am.
Dance the morning away to Hip Hop, Techno, R&B and House music at this 4 level nightclub. You can also chill out in one of their lounge areas if you're too tired to close down the dance floor at 9am. $25 cover.

Fez, 380 Lafayette at Great Jones St. (212) 533-2680
All ages
Underneath NoHo's Time Cafe, this multi-media performance space hosts established as well as emerging artists. Regular features include Mingus Big Band every Thursday night, and a drag cabaret every Sunday night. Cover is generally $10 - $15 plus a two drink minimum.

El Flamingo, 547 W. 21st St., btwn 10th & 11th Aves. (212) 243-2121
Age 18 and up for 8pm shows
Home of the off-broadway hit, The Donkey Show, showing Wed - Sat at 8pm and Fri & Sat at 10:30pm with a Disco dance party afterward. See for more info.

Gradisca, 126 W. 13th St., btwn 6th & 7th Aves. (212) 691-4886
All ages
Restaurant/bar with nightly DJs playing Funk, Hip Hop and Italian Pop. Not a dance club, but people sometimes do get up and shake their booties. Open 6pm - 1am every night. No cover.

Halcyon, 227 Smith St., btwn Butler & Douglass Sts.; Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn (718) 260-9299
All ages
Started by three DJs looking for a record store with a homey atmosphere, Halcyon offers a wide selection of vinyl and CDs for sale, plus comfy couches, cafe fair (coffee, beer, wine, sandwiches and goodies), and antiques. DJs play every night, and on Saturday they have a "Record Party" with open turntables for the aspiring and experienced DJs to get their grove on. Open Sun - Thur from 10am - 12am, Fri & Sat from 10am - 2am. No cover.

Hard Rock Cafe, 221 W. 57th St. (btw. Broadway & 7th Ave.) (212) 489-6565 (see events)
All ages
Every Friday and Saturday night at 9pm they have live bands playing Punk, Rock, R&B, Pop and more. $5 cover. Cafe hours: 11:30am - midnight, every day.

Helena's, 432 Lafayette St., btwn 4th St. & Astor Pl. (212) 677-5151
All ages
Tapas bar where nightly DJs play Salsa, Merengue, Techno, Latin Rock, Cuban and more. Check out their Spanish Garden in the summer time. Always free. Open every night from 5pm - 1am (4am on Sat).

Irving Plaza, 17 Irving Place at 15th St. (212) 777-6800 (see events)
All ages
This 1000 capacity concert hall hosts all kinds of musical acts including live big band swing every Sunday. The box office is open M-F from 12 - 6:30pm and Sat from 1 - 4pm. There is a bar on the premesis but you must obtain a wristband to drink. Check their hotline (212-777-1224) for concert info.

The Kitchen, 512 W. 19th St. (btw. 10th & 11th Aves.) (212) 255-5793
All ages
"The Kitchen is an interdisciplinary laboratory for visionary emerging and established artists." Come see performances and gallery installations of music, dance, video, digital media and internet culture. The gallery is free and open Tues - Sat from 2pm - 6pm, and on performance days one hour before show time and during intermission.

Knitting Factory, 74 Leonard St., btwn Broadway & Church St. (212) 219-3055 (see events)
All ages
Wide ranging musical tastes continue to drive the beat at the Knitting Factory. Cutting Edge music combined with great acoustic performances make this place a favorite. There are three performance spaces: the Knitting Factory, the KnitActive Sound Stage, and the Old Office. Cover: $8 and up.

La Belle Epoque, 827 Broadway (btw. 12th & 13th Sts.) (212) 254-6436
All ages
Fine french dining and live zydeco music make a great date. Wed - Sun from 6pm - 11ish, plus a jazz brunch on Saturday and Sunday.

Limelight, 660 Sixth Ave. @ 20th Street. (212) 807-7780
Age 18 and up
The famous converted church club has finally reopened! The balconies are great for people watching and the stained glass windows add a uniquely surreal touch. 5 rooms playing different kinds of music. Cover: $25. Hours: Wed - Sun 10pm-4am.

Lion's Den, 214 Sullivan St. (btw. Bleeker & W. 3rd St.) (212) 477-2782 (see events)
Age 18 and up
Live music every night starting at 8pm. Cover charge is around $10.

The Living Room, 84 Stanton St. at Allen St. (212) 533-7235 (see events)
All ages
Acoustic cafe. No cover ($5 suggested donation), 1 drink minimum. They have a light menu. Hours: Mon - Fri from 6pm - 1am, Sat & Sun from noon - 3am.

Makor, 35 W. 67th St. at Columbus Ave. (212) 601-1000 (see events)
Usually all ages
Makor is a Jewish Cultural Center with a live music cafe where all different kinds of bands come and play (check their online calendar). Some shows are free, some not.

O'Neill's Irish Bar, 729 3rd Ave. (btw. 45th & 46th Sts.) (212) 661-3530
All ages
This traditional Irish Pub serves up Traditional Irish music every Saturday from 9pm - 1am, and Sunday from 6pm - 9pm. No cover. For good food and beer without the music, come any other time they're open: M - F from 10am - 4am, Sat from 11am - 4am, Sun from noon - 1am.

People's Voice Cafe, The Workman's Circle, 45 E. 33rd St. (btw. Park & Madison Aves.) (212) 787-3903
All ages
Alternative coffee house featuring live folk music ala Woody Guthrie, Malvina Reynolds and Pete Seeger every Saturday at 8pm from late September through late May. They also sell homebaked goodies, coffee, tea, and juice and have a table set up for political literature, petitions and events. $10 cover, $7 for Workamn's Circle or People's Voice members, and $5 for seniors and people on strike. Volunteers get in for free (call 718-639-5969 to volunteer). Wheelchair accessible.

Postcrypt Coffeehouse, Basement of St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia U., 116th & Broadway (212) 854-1953
All ages
This University coffeehouse has been hosting amateur and professional acoustic musicians and storytellers since 1964. Shows are Friday and Saturday from 9pm - 12:30am during the school year. Admission is free and all are welcome. They sell an assortment of beverages and homemade treats.

The Rodeo Bar, 375 Third Avenue at 27th St. (212) 683-6500 (see events)
All ages
Live Country, Bluegrass, and Southern Rock music and food 7 nights a week. Shows start at 10pm and there's no cover or age restriction (your ID will be checked at the bar). Hours: Mon - Sat from 11:30am - 4am, Sunday until 2am.

Roseland, 239 W. 52nd St. bet. Eighth Ave. and Broadway. (212) 247-0200 (see events)
Usually all ages
Recently renovated concert club hosting mostly college style alternative rock, including They Might Be Giants and other major label artists. Big enough for those bands who can't fill the Garden, but who are too big for a club. Cover: $15-20. For concert info call the Irving Plaza box office at 212-777-6800 or Ticketmaster at 212-307-7171.

Roulette, 228 W. Broadway at White St. (212) 219-8242
All ages
This loft performance space is dedicated to providing performance opportunities for innovative, experimental music in all genres. Call or check the web site for events this season. Shows start at 8:30, admission is $10. No food or beverages are served.

Sidewalk Cafe, 94 Ave. A at 6th St. (212) 473-7373 (see events)
All ages
The home and headquarters of Anti-folk, which started out in the 80's as punk influenced acoustic music, and has since become much much more. Check the website for a more in depth description. The cafe has a full bar open noon - 4am, a 24 hour restaurant and lounge with a pool table. Shows are every night at 7:30. Every Monday they host an open mic Anti-Hootenany. No cover, 2 drink minimum.

S.O.B.'s (Sounds of Brazil), 204 Varick St. at Houston St. (212) 243-4940
Age 18 and up for Hip Hop shows, all others are 21 and over.
Authentic Brazilian dance spot and more. Shows include all kinds of live Latin music, plus Hip Hop, Reggae, and African. Doors usually open at 6:30pm and tickets vary between $0 - $20. Every weekend is like Carnival in Rio.

Sound Factory, 618 W. 46th St, btwn 11th and 12th Aves. (212) 489-0001
Age 18 and up on Fridays
This afterhours club is exquisite. $25-$30 cover. Friday is 18 and older, Saturday is 21 and older, and both nights they play Progressive House from 11pm into the wee hours.

Sun Music Company, 340 E. 71st St. (btw 1st & 2nd Aves.) (212) 396-9521
All ages
Home to acoustic singer/songwriters of all persuasions. Come hear 4 hours of original acoustic music for only $3 at the Tuesday night open mic starting at 7:30pm (sign-ups at 7pm). On other nights shows run 8pm - 11:30ish with a cover of around $10. The venue is a 75 person capacity non-smoking house serving light refreshments.

Tir na Nog, 5 Penn Plaza (btw. 33rd & 34th Sts.) (212) 630-0249 (see events)
All ages
Irish pub with a bar made out of an old organ and live Celtic Rock, Blues, and Traditional Irish music every Friday and Saturday night at 10pm. No cover. Serving lunch, dinner, and brunch on the weekend. Open 10am - 4am every day.

Tonic, 107 Norfolk St. (btw. Delancey & Rivington Sts.) (212) 358-7503 (see events)
Age 16 and up
This musician curated club hosts avante guarde experimental Jazz, Rock, and Electronic music Tuesday through Sunday. Box office is open 8pm - 11pm every day. Show times vary and tickets cost from $0 - $25. They have a bar and DJ shows Thursday through Saturday in the downstairs Subtonic Lounge.

The Tunnel, 220 12th Ave., @ 27th St. (212) 695-4682
Age 18 and up, Fri & Sat from 10pm - 8am
Five DJs in 7 rooms. Guest list closes at 12:30am. Friday is the "Evolution" glamour show. Saturday is the D-Tour show with Tribal/Progressive beats. Cover is $15 - $20. Dress code is fashionable, trendy or evening wear.

Twilo, 530 W. 27th St., btwn 10th & 11th Sts. (212) 268-1600
Age 18 and up, Fridays
Places to lounge if you don't wanna dance. Open Fri-Sat 11pm on, often going afterhours on Saturdays. They also host special events (call or check the website) on other days. Cover is usually $25.

Two Boots Park Slope, 514 2nd St (btw. 7th & 8th Aves.), Park Slope, Brooklyn (718) 499-3253
All ages
Every Friday and Saturday at 10pm this pizza joint hosts live R&B, Hawaiian Swing, Jazz, and Rockabilly. No cover. The kitchen is open from 5pm - 12am.

Cool Stores

Sony Building : 550 Madison Ave : you can play the latest games at the software store, and check out giant tv screens in a lounge-like setting in the hardware store!

Canal Jean Co. : 212-664-4444 – Shop ’til you drop. Several floors of stylish teen clothes in the heart of SoHo.

Sony Wonder Technology Lab : 212-833-8100 – Interactive, hands-on exhibits on imaging, robotics, audio and more. Reservations are required.

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Cool Museums

American Museum of Natural History : Programs for teens both educational and fun.

Brooklyn Museum of Art

Events for young adults at The New York Public Library : What's happening at a branch near you?

Guggenheim Museum

HighFive : High 5 Tickets to the Arts is a discount ticket program for middle school and high school students. High 5 tickets are donated by the participating arts organizations and can be purchased at all New York City Ticketmaster outlets.

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum at Times Square

Museum of Modern Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York City Comic Book Museum : The only comic book museum in the USA!

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NYC Tours

A Hip Hop Look At New York : Go on a journey of the true vibe and history of hip-hop both past and present….the real story, the real deal.

Central Park Bicycle Tours/Rentals : See the park on wheels. Either take a two-hour tour, or rent bikes and go at your own pace.

Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises : see NYC along the Hudson and East Rivers, including spectacular close up views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the world famous buildings and bridges of the New York City skyline.

Circle Line Statue of Liberty Ferry : Sail aboard the historic Circle Line fleet to the Statue of Liberty National Monument on Liberty Island and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum on Ellis Island.

Double Decker Bus Tours

NBC Experience – 212-398-8549 – Tour the sets of Saturday Night Live, Dateline and NBC Sports.

NYC Helicopter Tours

NYC Movie Tours : Take a tour past the doorsteps of your favorite television and movie characters and real-life celebrities!

Rock Junket - New York City's Original Rock n' Roll Walking Tour

Staten Island Ferry : Short on cash? From the ferries deck you will have a perfect view of The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. You'll see the skyscrapers and bridges of Lower Manhattan receding as you pull away and coming into focus again as you return.

United Nations : 212-963-8687 – The 18-acre complex on the East River features a beautiful riverside walkway, sculptures from member nations, and a rose garden.

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Cool Restaurants
ESPN Zone : 212-921-3776 – Who said sports, more sports, video games and food were a bad combination?

Hard Rock Café : 212-489-6565 – A perennial favorite, serving up American fare alongside a great collection of rock ’n’ roll memorabilia.

Jekyll & Hyde : 212-541-9505 – Even teens will get a kick out of this “haunted” restaurant and bar.

Peanut Butter & Co. : 212-677-3955 – The main ingredient? You got it – peanut butter. Twenty-five variations on the peanut butter sandwich.

Chat ’n’ Chew : 212-243-1616 – Delicious comfort food in a casual atmosphere. Mac ’n’ cheese, BLTs, burgers, and Håagen Dazs milk shakes to die for.

Screening Room : 212-334-2100 – Watch a classic movie while you eat a meal. Great for teen movie buffs.

H & H Bagels : 212-595-8003 – Made at 46th St. and 12th Ave., but found throughout the city. The best bagels in town. Period.

Katz’s Deli : 212-254-2246 – Best pastrami in town.

Lombardi’s : 212-941-7994 – New York’s oldest, and arguably best, brick-oven pizza place.

Carmine’s : 212-221-3800 – Noisy, crowded, fun, family-style Italian. A perfect pre-theater stop.

Holy Basil – 149 2nd Ave., 212-460-5557 – If you’ve got a taste for Thai, this is one of the best spots in the city.

Kelly & Ping – 127 Green St., between Houston & Prince; 212-228-1212 – Casual, downtown pan-Asian.

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Chinatown Hotspots

Chinatown Ice Cream Factory : 65 Bayard St : East and West meet in a scoop shop worth scoping out.

Lung Moon Bakery : 83 Mulberry St : A friendly Chinatown bakery, famous for sweet and sticky pastries.

KK Discount Store : 78 Mulberry St : Soup up the kitchen at this handy Chinatown mart.

New Beef King : 89 Bayard St : All jerky, all the time.

Kam Man Market : 200 Canal St : A one-stop shopping bazaar in the heart of Chinatown.

Ting's Gift Shop : 18 Doyer St : This may look like just another Chinatown gift shop, but it's a tchotchke trove.

Canal Street : Canal Street from West Street to East Broadway
There's no better place to taste New York's diversity--or buy designer knockoffs and cheap electronics.

Millennium Dynasty : 24 Mott St : Pretty Asian jackets share the glare of Chinatown spotlight with army of odd tchotchkes.

Golden Gate Buddhist Supplies : 85 Mulberry St : Peace on earth and plenty of idols for the altar.

New Age Designer : 38 Mott St : Custom-made clothes and tailoring in the heart of Chinatown.

Oriental Culture Enterprises : 13 Elizabeth St Ste 17 : A staggering selection of Chinese books and music.

Quong Yuen Shing Market : 32 Mott St : Steer through the mess for hidden treasures inside the neighborhood's oldest general store.

C K & L Hardware : 307 Canal St : New York's uber-cheap, old-school answer to Home Depot.

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Little Italy Restaurants

Amici II : 165 Mulberry St.

Benito I : 174 Mulberry St.

Buona Notte Ristorante : 120 Mulberry St.

Caffé Napoli e Trattoria Canta Napoli : 191 Hester St.

Caffe Roma : 385 Broome St.

Casa Bella Ristorante : 127 Mulberry St.

Costa Azzurra : 134 Mulberry St.

Da Nico : 164 Mulberry St.

Ferrara Bakery & Cafe : 195 Grand St.

Florio's Grill & Cigar Bar : 192 Grand St.

Il Cortile : 125 Mulberry St.

La Bella Ferrara : 108 Mulberry St.

Lombardi's : 32 Spring St.

Lunella Ristorante : 173 Mulberry St.

Paesano of Mulberry St. : 136 Mulberry St.

Positano Ristorante : 122 Mulberry St.

Rocky's Italian Restaurant : 45 Spring Street

S. P. Q. R. : 133 Mulberry St.

Umbertos Clam House : 178 Mulberry St.

Grotta Azzurra : 177 Mulberry St.

Angelo's of Mulberry St. : 146 Mulberry St.

Benito II : 163 Mulberry St.

Caffé Biondo : 141 Mulberry St.

Caffé Palermo : 148 Mulberry St.

Caffé Sorrento : 132 Mulberry St.

Cha Cha's In Bocca Al Lupo Cafe : 113 Mulberry St.

Da Gennaro : 129 Mulberry St.

Due Amici : 117 Mulberry St.

Fratelli Ristorante : 115 Mulberry St.

Il Fornaio Ristorante : 132A Mulberry St.

Il Palazzo : 151 Mulberry St.

La Mela Ristorante : 167 Mulberry St.

Luna Restaurant : 112 Mulberry St.

Oniel's : 174 Grand St.

Pellegrino's : 138 Mulberry St.

Puglia Ristorante : 189 Hester St.

Sambuca's Cafe : 105 Mulberry St.

Taormina : 147 Mulberry St.

The Original Vincent's : 119 Mott St.

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Learning Programs

Summer Programs at Colleges in New York State for Kids 8-18 : Search from hundreds of academic, sports, and arts summer programs for kids held on college campuses in New York State.

American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AADA) , Actor Training Summer Program

Barnard College , Summer in New York: A Pre-College Program

Baruch College , Baruch College Summer Camp

Berkeley College , Summer Camps at Berkeley College Business, Fashion, Interior Design, Paralegal

Columbia University , Columbia University Summer Program for High School Students

Columbia University , Summer Theatre Institute - 2004 Youth Theater of N.J.'s Teen Theater Training Program in residence at Alfred Lerner Hall at Columbia University, NYC.

Columbia University , The International Film Institute of New York at Columbia University Summer Filmmaking Program

Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) , Summer Live at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology)

Fordham University , Institute of American Language and Culture (IALC) English as Second Language (ESL)

Hunter College The City University of New York , ActiveJac's Basketball Clinics/Camps

Marymount Manhattan College , Marymount at the York Theater

New York Film Academy , New York Film Academy High School Film Camp

New York Institute of Technology , NYIT's School of Extended Education Pre-College Summer Exploration Program: Manhattan Campus

Pace University, New York City Campus , English Language Institute English as a Second Language (ESL)

Pace University, New York City Campus , Summer Arts @ Pace University: Day Program for TEENS

Pace University, New York City Campus , Summer Arts @ Pace University: Day Program for TWEENS Musical Theater, Fine Arts, Play Writing

Pratt Institute , Summer in New York City Pre-College Program in Art, Design, Architecture, Cultural Studies and Creative Writing

School of Visual Arts , SVA's Pre-College Summer Programs for High School Students

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