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

 

 

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Fall 2017 Schedule:

More dates and information TBA

 

 

Sunday, September 24th at 2:30pm

UpStream Series Workshop/Showcase:

Earth Tomes Project

Joan Laage, Artistic Director

"...she embodied a bird caught in air turbulence, a body rising from the ocean depths to cut through dense seaweed, a feral animal approaching a campsite and a myriad of other natural wonders...Laage was alternately magisterial, creepy, and lyrical-and her power over the audience was undeniable."
-John McFarland, P-form Magazine

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Thursday, September 28th at 2:00pm

This is a FREE open rehearsal. No reservations required.

BalletNext

Michele Wiles, Artistic Director

 

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Saturday, October 14th at 7:30pm

Attic Projects: "On Triumph and Trauma"

Luke Murphy, Artistic Director

Emerging in the wake of the centennial anniversary of Irelands 1916 Rising. With a hundred years behind us we are caught with the heroes and demons of our past and, in the light of the economic collapse, the fraught unceratinty of our future. Triumph and Trauma is at once a poetic dedication to a turning point in the nations history and a rigorous examination of what Irish identity, politics and nationalism means today.

 

This presentation of Attic Projects was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts' National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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Thursday, October 26th at 10:00am and noon

Saturday, October 28th at 11:00am and 7:30pm

10 Hairy Legs: "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"

Randy James, Artistic Director

 

Tickets:

10/26 (for school groups) - $5, teachers and chaperones are FREE
10/28 (11:00am) - Adults: $10, Students/Children: $5
10/28 (7:30pm) includes additional repertory work - Adults: $30, Students/Children: $10

C. S. Lewis' beloved classic comes to life in this one act work suitable for families and children age 5 and older. Follow the journey of the heroine Lucy through the Land of Forever Winter to see if she can save it from the evil White Witch.

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Sunday, November 5th at 2:30pm

(Showcase performance)

BalletNext

Michele Wiles, Artistic Director

At BalletNext the search for innovation trumps convention. 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.

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Saturday, November 11th at 6:00pm

Kaatsbaan GALA 2017

 

• Champagne Reception

• Performance Featuring:

Stars from American Ballet Theatre

An ABT Studio Company World Premier performance

Jerome Robbins' "Antique Epigraphs"

(special permission from the Jerome Robbins Foundation)

performed by New York Theatre Ballet
with Joan Tower and Michael Scales, pianists

• Dinner, Wine, and Live Music

• Sculptures by Elbert Weinberg

 

Sponsors:

Diamond = $10,000

Platinum = $5,000

Gold = $2,500

 

Tickets:

$150 per person

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Sunday, December 3rd at 2:30pm

UpStream Series Workshop/Showcase:

Kimberly Bartosik/daela

Kimberly Bartosik, Artistic Director

Kimberly Bartosik/daela is an ensemble of performers and designers working under the artistic leadership of choreographer and dancer Kimberly Bartosik. The organization, working on a project-to-project basis, is dedicated to creating viscerally provocative performance projects built upon the development of a virtuosic movement language, rigorous conceptual explorations, and the creation of highly theatricalized environments.