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Ages

7 - 13 yrs

Dates

Fri, Sep 17, 2021 - Dec 17, 2021

Time

3:00pm - 6:00pm EDT

Instructors

Whit C., Raphael C., Evan J.

Capacity

15 students


Class Experience

Our one-of-a-kind Live Action Role Playing (LARP) game combines the storytelling aspect of role-playing games with the physical engagement of sports. The result is a game where your child’s local park becomes a fantasy world filled with adventures, peril, and treasure! Player choices are highly influential; allies and enemies they make directly influence the progression of the plot.

Notes

No materials or experience needed!

Other Things To Know

Holiday Schedule
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Cancellation Policy

A full refund is available prior to the start of the 2nd class. No refunds will be given afterward, except for one free sick day credited to your account. Please review our full COVID policy.

Reviews for Fantasy Frontier: Mondays April - June

Karen E.

Oct 29, 2021

Loved:

My son is OBSESSED. We love that you engage the kids’ minds and bodies, thank you!

Fantasy Frontier: Mondays April - June
Location: Last Place on Earth | Instructor: Evan Jordan, Raphael Cohen, Whit Clark

Reviews for New York Society of Play

5.0 out of 5

Based on 106 provider ratings

Karim G.

Jan 18, 2022

Loved:

The instructor kept the students engaged using creative activities for the students and explained tasks and expectations thoroughly.

Improvements:

Probably promotion of the program. This was an opportunity that children would really enjoy and appreciate. I felt not many children knew about this.

Virtual Holiday Game Program 1/17
Location: Zoom Room - Holiday Camp (EST) | Instructor: Marielle Maxwell, Taylor Weston

Jessica G.

Jan 17, 2022

Loved:

I loved how engaged the kids were and how excited and how much laughter and happy screaming my daughter did. She was so excited to share all her exploits after class.

Improvements:

Not much!

Virtual Holiday Game Program 1/17
Location: Zoom Room - Holiday Camp (EST) | Instructor: Marielle Maxwell, Taylor Weston

James M.

Jan 3, 2022

Loved:

Very impressive!!

Dungeons & Dragons Group: Red Ducks
Location: Zoom Room - D&D Group (EST) | Instructor: Elizabeth Pruitt

Jennifer T.

Dec 31, 2021

Loved:

Our 10 year old son at first said he didn't like Dungeons and Dragons, but I suggested he try it out. AND of course, he loved it! He said the best thing about the class was "defeating the wizard."

Dungeons & Dragons Holiday Trial Game
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New York Society of Play Location

Last Place on Earth

531 Graham Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222


Meet your Instructors

Whit C.

I’ve worked in childcare since 2015, and have a BFA in Acting from Pace University. Seeing the joy kids experience while having fun, playing games, and thinking critically interests and excites me. Watching the kids take the games and systems we make and build on them their own ideas is both rewarding and inspiring. This is a dream job, and I’m so blessed and happy to be able to do it. In my free time, I like to design new games, play Magic the Gathering, play basketball, and blow the trumpet!

Raphael C.

Before and while earning a B.A. in Music and Theatre Arts from Brown University, I served in many roles with theatrical organizations. I work in childcare because imagination is something that is very strong during youth, and can remain strong throughout the aging process as long as it has a solid foundation. I enjoy helping kids embrace and cultivate their imaginations in a fun and healthy manner. In my free time, I like to play D&D, compose music, and bake.

Evan J.

I hold a BFA from NYU in Drama with a minor in mathematics and computer science. I chose to work in childcare because I love working with kids and playing games. For me, the most inspiring part of working at the NYSoP is getting to watch students who are new to D&D discover the magic of collective storytelling. In my free time, I play an excessive amount of video games and film videos with my friends.

About New York Society of Play

The New York Society of Play is a family services provider committed to making the most of playtime.

At the New York Society of Play, every game has a lesson to offer. Through play, we hone social and problem-solving skills, as well as mathematical and textual literacy!

Our instructors are experts in the games they play and are committed to turning each game into a learning experience.

We strongly believe that play is for everyone. We offer game-based workshops for families, classmates, old friends, and new friends! Foster new relationships, strengthen existing ones, and come together with your loved ones.

Our classes and workshops currently take place over Zoom, offering a safe and convenient way to stay mentally active, and socially connected!

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