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Monday, April 22

Erev Passover

5:15 am - 3:00 pm
Tuesday, April 23

Passover (Day 1)

Friday, May 24

Memorial Day



Shakespeare in The Ark

Summer Camp

Summer Shakespeare in The Ark

This summer, forget Shakespeare in the Park and join Shakespeare in The Ark! Theater director and educator Peter Royston and his Anywhere Theatre Company are joining forces with the J to create accessible Shakespeare workshops for young people in our beautiful new theater.

Students will get a magical introduction to “the Bard’s” most exciting and magical plays working with a team of professional Shakespearean performers. They’ll explore Shakespeare’s stories and characters in full costume, create their own set and costume designs, practice stage combat with a licensed choreographer, and enter worlds of queens, kings, magical spirits, monsters, mayhem, and fun!

It’s All a Dream! A “Midsummer Night Dream,” that is!)

Monday, July 8–Friday, July 12; 1:00–5:00 pm

Rising grades 3-5

Young people become fairies, spirits, gods, and goddesses as they explore Shakespeare’s most mystical play through games, dance, music, and the magic of theater!


Game of Thrones: Macbeth!

Monday, July 15–Friday July 19; 1:00–5:00 pm

Rising Grades 6-12

Get out your swords and cauldrons! In this Game of Thrones week, performers explore Shakespeare’s mysterious play of power, magic and revenge as they take on the roles of kings, queens, and witches who fight for the crown.


About Peter Royston

Peter Royston, a director, playwright and educator, was one of the Founding Directors of the Tarrytown Music Hall Academy. These days, Peter is heading up Anywhere Theatre Company, a theatrical venture dedicated to creating immersive experiences for general audiences and educational programs for schools and communities.

Peter was the writer and director for the plays Dracula & The Theatre of Doom, Save Santa and The Spectre Bridegroom, all of which had their sold-out premieres. A theatre educator for more than 20 years, Peter wrote over 50 study guides for Broadway, Off Broadway and touring productions, as well as an educational guide about the artist Al Hirshfeld for the NYC Department of Education and a co-writer on the DOE’s Theatrical Education Blueprint.

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