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These Hudson Valley Summer Dance Programs Will Keep Kids Moving

These Hudson Valley Summer Dance Programs Will Keep Kids Moving

Registration is now open for the Vanaver Caravan's SummerDance and CaravanKids
Summer just isn’t the same without camps. For kids and teens, they’re an invaluable opportunity to build lasting friendships and learn new skills. For parents, they come as a well-deserved break accompanied by the peace of mind that their kids are having fun in an enriching environment. This year, kids and parents both can look forward to the return of SummerDance and CaravanKids, the beloved summer dance programs from New Paltz-based the Vanaver Caravan.

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Beyond Flamenco Festival at PS21

Beyond Flamenco, a genre-expanding minifestival of music and dance, opens up the PS21 season.

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5 Activities in the Hudson Valley This Week

Dance, music, and film served with a side of bouillabaisse and chili!

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ZviDance Takes On Climate Change at The Orpheum 1/18

ZviDance brings its new climate change-themed dance production to Orpheum.

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Five Fine Events in the Hudson Valley

In this week’s roundup of Hudson Valley happenings, the seasonal theme continues, augmented by a solemn-but-triumphant commemorative event at Bard College.

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Into the Light: The Hudson Valley's Own Holiday Classic

Vanaver Caravan and Arm-of-the-Sea Reprise their Holiday Show
The Vanaver Caravan and Arm-of-the-Sea Theater Present their holiday show at Kaatsbaan.

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Marinella Senatore Leads Cold Spring in an Interactive Day of Dance 11/16

On Saturday, November 16 the streets of Cold Spring, NY will be flooded with an influx of performers and audience-participants as Marinella Senatore and The School of Narrative Dance lead local musicians, artists, and athletes and dancers in a day of creative expression and community celebration, curated by Ylinka Barotto.

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Five Fall Festivities in the Hudson Valley

On the ticket in the coming weeks: modern dance, locally made artisan gifts, surreal puppetry, fine jazz, and one of the area’s longest-running food festivals.

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The Naked Truth: Antonio Ramos & the Gang Bangers at Mount Tremper Arts

Antonio Ramos and the Gang Bangers bare all, tackling themes of natural disasters, nudity, Puerto Rican corruption, and queer pride.

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Multimedia Dance Duo Bridgman/Packer Take PS21

Bridgman/Packer Dance incorporates video in their work, coming to PS21 in Chatham.

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Room to Grow

Kaatsbaan’s Residencies Give Dancers and Choreographers the Necessary Space to Develop Their Craft
Dancers Stella Abrera, Sascha Radetsky and choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo talk Kaatsbaan, the benefits of residencies for young artists, and the beauty of recharging and honing your craft in the Hudson Valley.

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Kaatsbaan's 2019 Season

On the Cover: June 2019
Dancer Lauren Post hits the stage again after recovering from a dance related injury and is headed this way. You can see Post at CoLab on August 31 at 7:30pm as well as the Kaatsbaan Culture Park for Dance in Tivoli.

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See "The Day" Before It Dawns at Lumberyard

A Work in Progress Featuring Maya Beiser and Wendy Whelan
On December 7 and 8, the public will have the rare opportunity to watch The Day, a work in progress by choreographer Lucinda Childs, at Lumberyard in Catskill, more six months before its premiere at Jacob’s Pillow.

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Fall Season Kicks off at Lumberyard 9/29

Lumberyard just celebrated the grand opening of their new 7,000-square-foot performance space in Catskill on September 1. After a short hiatus, the organization will kick off its inaugural fall season on September 29, which promises a mix of dance, performance art, and music.

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Lumberyard's Grand Opening on September 1

An Evening to Remember With Savion Glover & Marcus Gilmore, Hosted by Alan Cumming
Lumberyard celebrates the grand opening of its state-of-the-art center for film and the performing arts in Catskill, NY on Friday, September 1 with a performance by tap dancer Savion Glover with drumming by Marcus Gilmore, hosted by Golden Globe-nominee Alan Cumming.

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Natural Worlds @ Carrie Haddad Gallery

Natural Worlds

Mondays, Wednesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through July 26 — Carrie Haddad Gallery is pleased to present ‘Natural Worlds’, a group exhibit...
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Lecture by Ashley Simone: "Value and the Metaphor of Phenomenology in the Representation of Built Form​"

Wed., July 15, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. — Ashley Simone​ is a New York City-based editor, writer, photographer, and educator....

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