Welcome to The Play Group Theatre


Make OUR Stage YOURS

WELCOME HOME to Westchester's Theatre for Children and Teens.

The Play Group Theatre (PGT) is located at 1 North Broadway (“NoBro”) - our beautiful state-of-the-art performing arts complex in the heart of downtown White Plains.

More than just a theatre, The Play Group Theatre is an open community of collaborative young artists sharing a quality arts experience in a uniquely nurturing, yet creatively charged environment.
 

Getting to Know The Play Group Theatre.

Live Theatre, It's Part of Living

Whether you are joining us on stage or in the audience, make the collective experience of live theatre an on-going part of your life. The Play Group Theatre brings affordable quality theatre close to home in central White Plains.
 

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The Heart of the Matter

Who can give you better insight into The Play Group Theatre than students, parents, alumni, and audience members who experience the magic first-hand? We thought you might like to hear what they have to say:

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"Teaching kids to root for each other like that- to focus on self improvement while at the same time teaching them how they must hold each other up- that is a talent. To create a community where they are willing to put themselves out there- together- that is work to be proud of that must have positive ripple effects into the lives of countless people in their midst." Read full letter >>

"A lot of my success in school can be traced back to things I learned at PGT: analyzing scripts and understanding characters, how to be articulate and confident, public speaking skills....Thank you for being so much more than a director..." Read full quote >>

Kudos again!!

His favorite part (last I asked) was in his last performance he glanced to the side and saw the cast dancing like crazy while he let loose on stage. You thought he would be hooked by the applause- I am sure he loved that too. Still, it seems the connections he made to the kids in the show surpass all the other fabulous gifts from this experience. Which leaves me once again feeling proud. It is so good to see him find the essential piece. So, kudos again to you. Teaching kids to root for each other like that- to focus on self improvement while at the same time teaching them how they must hold each other up- that is a talent. To create a community where they are willing to put themselves out there- together- that is work to be proud of that must have positive ripple effects into the lives of countless people in their midst.

Marisa Jackson

Thank you

A lot of my success in school can be traced back to things I learned at PGT: analyzing scripts and understanding characters, how to be articulate and confident, public speaking skills....Thank you for being so much more than a director, for my love of theatre, for giving me a childhood and a place to grow up. Play Group Theatre has meant more to me than I can ever explain.

Emily Selinger

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