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KOTA Productions

NEW YORK CITY PERFORMING ARTS COMPANY

 

 

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KOTA Productions

NEW YORK CITY PERFORMING ARTS COMPANY

 

 

 

KIDS OF THE ARTS (KOTA) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization based in New York City. KOTA is dedicated to creating innovative entertainment for audiences of all ages. Recent productions on 42nd Street include Disney’s High School Musical, Annie Warbucks, Madeline’s Christmas, and the World Premiere of Dance Divas Nutcracker, to name just a select few.

KOTA strives to inspire young people to follow their passion, and make a positive impact on the world. Every year, KOTA donates to charities locally and throughout the world. KOTA has trained and worked with performers from over 50 Broadway productions & National Tours, as well as actors starring in feature films and television shows. Our performers continue to thrive in the industry, with KOTA’s professional training, performance opportunities, and encouragement to guide them on their way to success.

VOTED 5 STARS BY BROADWAY KIDS & PARENTS

 

Currently appearing on Broadway and National TourS!

ZOE GLICK and WINTER DONNELLY in Broadway’s FROZEN

CATHERINE BRADLEY in Broadway’s HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD

EMMY GLICK on the National Tour of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

SURI MARRERO is Broadway’s youngest Young Nala in THE LION KING

ALYSSA MARVIN and SAMI BRAY in the National Tour of SCHOOL OF ROCK

CALEB REESE PAUL on the National Tour of FINDING NEVERLAND

PRESLEY RYAN in the Original Broadway Cast of BEETLEJUICE

BELLA MAY MORDUS in the Original Broadway Cast of THE FERRYMAN

AUBIN BRADLEY on the National Tour of LES MISERABLES

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"The show [And a Child Shall Lead] existed in a wonderful bubble, a performance of real depth and weight, which moved me frequently, and affected me viscerally even more frequently." 

Past Shows

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"The show [And a Child Shall Lead] existed in a wonderful bubble, a performance of real depth and weight, which moved me frequently, and affected me viscerally even more frequently." 

Past Shows