Dance Project Sheds Light on Loved Ones of Incarcerated Inmates

Yet to open, but already carving out a space at the intersection of civic engagement and culture, the Sing Sing Prison Museum will present a provocative dance performance that raises questions about justice and injustice. The Wait Room, produced by San Francisco's Flyaway Productions and co-presented with the Bethany Arts Community (BAC), is an outdoor ... Read More »

4 Ideas for Outdoor Summer Fun in Westchester

Westchester is jam-packed with exciting summer events that will get you outdoors! We’ve rounded up 4 fun summer programs, including Shakespeare in the Park performances, outdoor concerts and celebrations happening throughout Westchester, many of which are free. Be sure to check out our “Music in the Air” destination guide for more free and affordable (under $20) summer arts events in Westchester and sign up for our newsletters and consult our Event Calendar to stay informed of more great family-friendly events!

Dance for Joy

Ballet Hispánico, the premier Latino dance organization in the United States, performs three works at the Emelin Theatre on June 8. Sombrerísimo, choreographed by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, is inspired by the surrealist world of Belgian painter René Magritte. In Con Brazos Abiertos, choreographer Michelle Manzanales explores iconic Mexican symbols she was reluctant to embrace as an immigrant growing up in Texas. In Danzón, choreographer Eduardo Vilaro takes the traditional Cuban titular dance form and reinvents it with contemporary language in a joyous celebration.