Teenagers - Acting


Can We Talk, Yonkers

an We Talk was developed to help reinforce positive character traits and ethical values among our children and youth. After-school program ameliorates the community’s school system curriculum. Also offering an outstanding traveling camp, exposing children ages 4.5-12 to a multitude of unique trips (fly fishing, gymnastics, etc.). In addition to basic summer activities, CWT offers a supportive youth sector ages 13-21 including family therapy, resolution night, and necessary referrals.

60 Crescent Place
Yonkers, NY 10704
Phone: (914) 588-2221
OASIS, Dobbs Ferry at Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry

In Oasis programs, children have the opportunity to explore, learn from adult role models, develop self-confidence, use their imaginations. Oasis is for boys and girls ages 4-11. The Teen Travel program is offered for ages 12 to 14. Activities include sports and recreation, visual and performing arts, environmental studies, field trips and American Red Cross swim instruction.

36 Madison Ave
Phone: (718) 596-4900
The Play Group TheatreĀ®, White Plains

The Play Group Theatre® (PGT) is Westchester’s theater for children and teens, ages 4-17. PGT strives to develop students’ artistry, self-esteem, communication skills, and love for the theater. PGT offers professional quality training and productions in a nurturing, supportive, one-of-a-kind family atmosphere.

200 Hamilton Ave, #9B
Phone: (914) 946-4433
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