|Venue name:||Philip Coltoff Center|
219 Sullivan St
|Cross street:||between Bleecker and W 3rd Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, M to W 4th St|
The Philip Coltoff Center (PCC), located in Greenwich Village, has been around since 1982 and has gone through several reconstructions. However, its mission to "enrich the social, cultural, intellectual and creative lives of the children, families and community at large" has remained the same. In addition to a nursery school, day care, children's art classes and after-school programs, the PCC houses performance spaces. These include a 120-seat theater, an auditorium with the capacity for 250 people and a gymnasium as well. The PCC is home to the New Acting Company, which performs shows for children and teens. Philip Coltoff, after whom the center is named, is the special advisor and former CEO and Executive Director of the Children's Aid Society, one of the oldest and largest nonprofit agencies serving children in the country.