The Pied Piper Children's Theatre &

The Delphi Theatre of NYC

The Community Theatre Ministry of Holy Trinity Church Inwood


The Pied Piper Actors’ Society is a group of up to twenty kids ages 12 to 18 who have been in five or more PPCT productions and have demonstrated outstanding qualities of leadership, teamwork, and service. Members attend monthly meetings that include free classes and workshops (taught by a member of the PPCT staff or invited guest artist), discussions about strategic and season planning, issuing a quarterly newsletter, spearheading fundraisers, maintaining the costumes, props and set storage areas, as well as general maintenance of the facilities. Members also perform roles in at least one production per season and serve in the staffs of our productions as assistant directors, stage managers, assistant music directors, assistant house managers, and lighting board and spot operators.

Applications for the 2016-2017  Pied Piper Actors' Society: Are due on Friday September 2, 2016.  Applications will be available for download under Downloadable Forms on the tab to the left by May 31, 2016. 



PPCT’s Summer Theatre Intensive is a five-week program for adolescents (ages 12 to 18) who have a special interest in the Music/Theatre Arts or are planning to pursue this area of study in college as a major or minor. In this unique program, participants receive numerous sessions of individual instruction in several subjects as well as group workshops. 


  1. Instruction in different styles of Acting, Musical Theater, Dance, Stage, Combat, Stage Lighting & Sound Design, Theater History, and Theatrical Makeup
  2. Involvement in special projects, fieldtrips and a summer showcase.


Every activity in the summer program is designed to encourage participants to think as creative individuals. Creativity is dealt with as a natural order of life and our true nature. By the simple, scientific approach of experimentation and observation, participants establish a workable connection though strong orderly direction. Instruction, combined with exercises, games, projects, and outings geared to developing cooperation, decision-making, self-confidence, positive risk taking, trust, leadership, goal setting, and teamwork.

The application period for the 2016 Summer Intensive will begin Friday March 17, 2016. Look for the application in the Downloadable Forms tab to the left on that date.