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Galli Theater New York – Children’s theater every Saturday and Sunday 2pm.
Performance Theater Location: In the Gloria Maddox Theater
151 West 26th St., 7th Floor
New York, New York 10001 Between 6th and 7th Aves T: 212 731 0668
Welcome to the Galli Theater New York,
We are a small theater with a lot to offer.
We offer interactive fairytale shows that make your children laugh and keep them engaged, we are your weekend destination for kids.
We throw some of the best birthday parties in the city! With several packages to choose from, we have the party to fit your needs.
- Does your little one want to take the stage! Our weekly ongoing Acting classes and Camps offer the room to create and grow.
More theater in schools! multifaceted school program offers educational theater youth and teenager with topics like health and diet, recycling and environmental awareness and substance abuse.
Sprechen Sie deutsch? Our German program offers shows, classes and camps year round in the German language.
Parlez-vous français? Look out for our upcoming shows and camps in French.
Performances every Sat & Sun at 2pm 151 W. 26th Street, 7th Floor in the Gloria Maddox Theater :
December 5 – January 17: Snow White
January 23 – 31: The Snowqueen
February 6 – 28: Rapunzel
March 5 – 27: Princess and the Pea
At Galli Theater we aim to spread joy to our audiences. Our fairy tale adaptations, written by award-winning playwright and philosopher Johannes Galli, are at once humorous, exciting, and philosophical, but never grim! Our actors engage the children to come on stage and interact with them. Children never have to sit quietly at the Galli Theater!
Connecting the Classroom to the Stage
Camps & Classes
Camps & Classes
The Dr. Fairytale program takes our workshops and performances into hospitals, shelters and other institutions serving children who would otherwise not be able to see theater.