New Victory: On Demand

February 14, 2022 - June 30, 2022
New Victory On Demand
72-hour video rental
Watch anytime, from anywhere.

Watch New Victory Theater shows on demand and discover your next favorite family memory!

Rent now, watch anytime during the streaming window. Your 72-hour access starts when you first play the video.

Once purchased, you will be directed to a page where you can choose to watch the Sign-Interpreted or Audio-Described version.  See example below:

 

Jabari Dreams of Freedom: On Demand

Streaming March 25 – April 17, 2022

Rental price: $25

Young Jabari isn’t trying to dream big. He’s just trying to live free. Through his art and his dreams, Jabari escapes to where Ruby Bridges, Claudette Colvin and other young heroes of the Civil Rights Movement teach him what it means to be fearless. When he meets an impressionable six-year-old Barack Obama, will Jabari have the courage to share the lessons he learned from the past to help ensure the future? Through rap, freedom songs, hip-hop dance and humor, Jabari Dreams of Freedom empowers young audiences to be brave and stand up. Let’s lift every voice and sing! For everyone 7 and up. 

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Huddle: On Demand

Streaming February 14 – June 30, 2022

Rental Price: $5

Gather together for Huddle, a wintry weather treat for our littlest viewers from London’s Unicorn Theatre (The Velveteen Rabbit, New Victory 2016). When Papa Penguin receives a special delivery from the sky, he finds himself teaching a new baby chick how to eat a fish, slide on her belly or make herself big and brave. A simple and snow-filled story with instrumental music and beautiful hand-drawn animation, this moving tale is about the things we do for the ones we love. For ages 3-6. 

Interpreter: Kathleen Taylor

DASL: Tanya Ingram

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Doodle POP: On Demand

Streaming February 14 – June 30, 2022

Rental Price: $15

What do you see? What can it be? It’s giggles galore when Doodle POP makes magic with artful illustrations, silly scribbles and interactive animation. Accompanied by two musicians, a captivating clown duo from Seoul, South Korea, shows us we can go anywhere and do anything with a little bit of ink and a big imagination. Like cartoons come to life, Doodle POP  is a hilarious nonverbal visual treat. For ages 3-7.

Interpreter: April Cheng

Interpreter Advisor: Jared Lopatin

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Anansi the Spider Re-spun: On Demand

Streaming February 14 – June 30, 2022

Rental Price: $15

A trickster. A mischief maker. A lovable rogue. Meet Anansi the Spider, the cleverest of creatures and spinner of yarns! London’s Unicorn Theatre (The Velveteen Rabbit, New Victory 2016) brings classic West African and Caribbean tales to life in your home from theirs with Anansi the Spider Re-spun. Energetic and playful, three storytellers weave traditional tunes and inventive film editing into a web of folk story fun. For, after all, what good is all the wisdom of the world if we cannot share it? For ages 3-8.

Interpreter: Carllee James & Monique Sarpy

DASL: Alaina Drake-Mitchell

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The Snail and the Whale: On Demand

Streaming February 14 – June 30, 2022

Rental Price: $15

Some travel by bus and some by bike, but to see the whole world, it’s best to hitch a ride on the tail of a giant humpback whale. Seen through the eyes of an intrepid young girl and her seafaring father, follow the amazing journey of one small snail and its big buddy as they spy penguins on icebergs, find fiery volcanoes and dive down into deep water caves. With a musician storyteller as your guide, The Snail and the Whale by London’s Tall Stories, inspired by the beloved picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, shows us how even little friends can be big heroes. For ages 4-7.

Interpreter: Bill Moody & Candace Broecker-Penn

DASL: John McGinty

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Sunny Days, Insect Hands and Night Tree: On Demand

Streaming February 14 – June 30, 2022

Rental Price: $15

Stretch upon the slick stems of grass. Crawl your fingers upon the ground. Listen to the earth and feel the sun set. And when night falls, we’ll join the dancers of England’s Second Hand Dance as they squelch through the mud and play amongst the pines in search of a very special tree. In Sunny Days, Insect Hands and Night Tree, three dance films captured in the great outdoors invite you to look at nature a little more closely and explore the world a little more freely. For ages 4-7.

Interpreter: Alexandria Wailes

DASL: John McGinty

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Erth’s Prehistoric World: On Demand

Streaming February 14 – June 30, 2022

Rental Price: $15

Look out! Stay away from those razor sharp teeth! From the safety of your home, get an up-close look at Erth’s Prehistoric World, presented by the Sydney Opera House. Travel to the bottom of the ocean to discover ancient bioluminescent creatures, then journey back to dry land to witness the gentle—and not so gentle—dinosaurs of Australia. Through a wild mix of life-like puppetry styles, you’ll meet Erth’s earliest life forms in this thrilling theatrical experience. For everyone 5 and up.

Interpreter: Stephanie Feyne

DASL: John McGinty

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Stories of Oceania: On Demand

Streaming February 14 – June 30, 2022

Rental Price: $15

Bula! Alii! Aloha! I now know eight ways to say hello. Soooo many hellos!” Join Kāpili at his new school as he discovers the price of prejudice and the joy of learning about different cultures from his classmates. With humor, art, music and movement, Kāpili and his friends share the living legacies of their families and the happy, sad and beautiful memories of the ocean they call home. Illuminating the many rich histories of the Pacific Islands and how they are honored today, Stories of Oceania from the Honolulu Theatre for Youth celebrates the traditions that connect us all. For everyone 6 and up. 

Interpreter: Jenny Blake & Linda Lambrecht

DASL: Linda Lambrecht

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The Girl Who Forgot to Sing Badly: On Demand

Streaming February 14 – June 30, 2022

Rental Price: $15

Peggy O’Hegarty and her parents are packers. They pack fruit into tins, foxes into boxes and even the longest word in the dictionary into a single breath. All the while, Peggy sings with the voice of an angel—a grossly unfortunate angel who can’t sing at all! One day, Peggy wakes up to find the entire town deserted. Packing an entire city into one ingenious set and all the city’s characters into one extraordinary actor, The Girl Who Forgot to Sing Badly is an inventive one-man show about the courage to sing gloriously off-key. For everyone 7 and up.

Interpreter: Lynnette Taylor

DASL: John McGinty

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Generation Rise: On Demand

Streaming February 14 – June 30, 2022

Rental Price: $15

They grew up in a global pandemic. They came into their own amidst renewed calls for racial justice. In their own words, Black, Latinx and Asian American teens bridge identities, cultures and lived experiences to share who they are and what they want in the world. From first MetroCards and going out, to canceled proms and coming out, young New Yorkers voice experiences of loss and isolation as well as new-found ways to connect, create and claim space during a year of crisis and transformation. Fresh, insightful and optimistic against all odds, they are Generation Rise. For everyone 11 and up.

Interpreter: Justine Rivera & Aisha Simpson

DASL: Alaina Drake-Mitchell

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