The Hudson Valley's cultural park for dance

All performances take place in the Kaatsbaan Black-Box Theatre. The theatre has 160 seats, with a performance floor the size of the stage at the Metropolitan Opera. Each audience member is guaranteed an excellent seat and an intimate dance experience.

 

For Reservations and information call:
(845) 757-5106 ext.10 or 2

 

Ticket Prices:

 

Adults: $30

 

Students and Children: $10

 

UpStream Workshop/Showcase: ALL Tickets $10

 

 

"Jardín Andaluz" Special Event:

ALL Tickets: $75
Sponsor Cafe Table (6 seats): $1,000

 

Flamenco Cafe Table seat (5/14 performance only): $45

 

 

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Spring 2017 Season:

 

Flamenco Vivo/Carlota Santana

Carlota Santana, artistic director

"Flamenco is a multicultural art form that has the power to build bridges between cultures and inspire audiences from diverse backgrounds."

 

Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 7:30pm

Special Event: "Jardín Andaluz"

(Party with Flamenco Vivo/Carlota Santana)

ALL Tickets: $75 includes
  1. Full Flamenco performance

  2. Wine and Supper

  3. Entertainment with Classical Spanish guitarist, David Temple

  4. plus a special presentation of The Kaatsbaan Playing Field Award

 

Sunday, May 14, 2017 at 2:30pm

(Flamenco performance only)

Tickets: Cafe Table Seating - $45

Reserved General Seating - $30 (Adults), $10 (student rush and children)

 

Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 7:30pm

10 Hairy Legs

Randy James, artistic director

"Since its formation in 2012, its rapid growth has been astonishing... The diversity of this programming is a treat for audiences... this company has also become a welcome source of choreographic commissions." -Robert Johnson

 

Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 2:30pm

UpStream Workshop/Showcase:

Designated Movement Company

Katie Rose McLaughlin, artistic director

"Of particular note was a piece by New York based choreographer and performance artist Katie Rose McLaughlin. The performance was refreshingly unique, and old men, young children and scatterings in between sat on the grass and watched, rapt." -Peter Cunningham, New Haven Review

 

Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 7:30pm

Jennifer Muller/The Works

Jennifer Muller, artistic director

"Dancers move and move and move in bigger bolder ways, until they are left breathless. Muller herself said she chose to look through a "lighter lens", and she definitely finds the magic in pure exhilarated movement." -Annie Woller, Eye On The Arts

 

Saturday, June 3, 2017 at 7:30pm

Carolyn Dorfman Dance

Carolyn Dorfman, artistic director

"Her exploration in dance of the human experience both reflects and engenders a profound humanity." -The New York Times

 

Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 2:30pm

UpStream Workshop/Showcase:

LaneCoArts

Lane Giffords, artistic director

"The choreography is innovative and striking, the dancers both technically solid as rock and sinewy, liquidy in their own personal movement signatures, the technical elements are beautifully understated in support of the dance yet quite impressive in their own ways." -Kathryn Boland, Dance Informa

 

Sunday, June 11, 2017 at 2:30pm

UpStream Workshop/Showcase:

MG DanceArts and David Norsworthy

Marielis Garcia & David Norsworthy, artistic directors

"Marielis Garcia approached this with eye catching bite..." -Siobhan Burke, New York Times

"David Norsworthy, a dancer as intense as Bruce Lee yet vulnerable, finishes with a solo of brokenness... sensuality and rawness." -Brian Siebert, New York Times

 

Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 7:30pm

Sunday, June 18, 2017 at 2:30pm

Ballet Next

Michelle Wiles, artistic director

"In 2011, Michele Wiles, one of New York's most acclaimed dancers founded the company with the vision to provide a platform for leading dancers, choreographers, and musicians. As a result, new work is produced and performed in an environment that promotes experimentation, creative problem solving, and a focus on process."