Nationally acclaimed, CTC has made several appearances on Good Morning America participating in dialogue on the impact of war on children and encouraging literacy in the nation, and has been selected as the official spokespeople for UNICEF/FOX Kids literacy and girls’ education television campaigns. CTC has performed with the likes of Harry Belafonte andWynton Marsalis, including special performances for Nelson Mandelaat the United Nations. The group has received rave reviews from the NY Board of Education and has also appeared on Sesame Street, CNN, Live with Regis and Kelly, were honored with the Verizon Literacy Award 2002 and performed Casey at the Bat with James Earl Jones at the American Airlines Theatre.
Children's Theatre Company is a non-profit organization that provides not only a creative haven for children through theatre and arts, but also a 'think-tank' where values such as peace, racial harmony, and unity in diversity are explored and indeed, celebrated. CTC maintains a resident of child actors and artists, performing and exhibiting their work in a rotating repertory of musical plays and exhibitions housed at the Baha’i Unity Center’s John Birks Gillespie Auditorium in Greenwich Village, which the group received as a space grant. Named for Dizzy Gillespie, it is a fabulous 141-seat red-velvet proscenium theatre. While developing their talents, children also confront and examine themes and issues, which face humanity and the world, which they will inherit. CTC's goal is to provide each child an honest, reverent, relevant, and challenging artistic experience.