Phone: (914) 698-0098
Westchester’s home for music, comedy, film, dance, family and more
Located at 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Irvington Town Hall Theater
Phone: (914) 591-6602
Film series, concerts and local performing arts groups are featured in this historic theater, built to resemble Ford’s Theater in Washington, D.C. where President Abraham Lincoln was shot.
Jacob Burns Film Center
Phone: (914) 747-5555
The Jacob Burns Film Center (JBFC) is a nonprofit cultural arts center dedicated to teaching literacy for a visual culture; presenting the best of independent, documentary, and world cinema; and making film a vibrant part of the community.
Located at 364 Manville Rd., Pleasantville, NY 10570
Paramount Hudson Valley Theater
Phone: (914) 739-0039
The Paramount Theater has been designated a Westchester County Landmark and is on the New York state and National Registers of Historic Places. In 1977 the City leased the building to the not-for-profit Peekskill Area Arts Council, Inc, which in 1984 changed its name to the Paramount Center for the Arts, a 501(C)(3) corporation. Improvements were made to the stage, and seating count reduced, but real restoration occurred in 2002 aided by a $1 million grant from NY State in 2006 and significant donations by Entergy Corporation. Improvements included extensive restoration of the walls and ceilings with original detail recreated on a canvas wallcoverings, the addition of an annex with dressing rooms and backstage dock, the incorporation of a full fly system and a full array of lighting and sound, renovation of seating and restrooms. In 2012 the Paramount shut its doors.
Tarrytown Music Hall
Phone: (877) 840-0457
The Music Hall, Tarrytown’s landmark theater has been the centerpoint of Main Street since local chocolate manufacturer William Wallace first opened its doors in 1885. It served as a meeting place for the members of the “Millionaires’ Colony”, with everything from flower shows to vaudeville and Saturday roller skating. Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson and Mae West have all appeared at The Music Hall. In 1901 the first recorded instance of a novelty called “moving pictures” took place. As film grew ever more popular, it slowly began to dominate the program and in 1939 The Music Hall was “officially” converted into a single screen movie theater. As the old movie palaces declined in the 60’s and 70’s, so did The Music Hall and in 1980 it was weeks from being torn down to make room for a parking lot when rescued by a few determined locals, most prominently Berthold and Helen Ringeisen, who put up their home as security to borrow money for improvements needed to reopen the theater, this time as a live performing arts venue. Today The Music Hall is a leading regional concert and theater venue where international music stars as well as local resident companies, film and children’s theater all take turns to surprise and delight the members of our community. The Music Hall Academy is a popular performing arts training center for children and adults. With 85,000 visitors per year, the theater is alsoan important economic engine for Tarrytown and Westchester.
Westchester Broadway Theater
Phone: (914) 592-2222
The Longest Running Year-Round Professional Theatre in the State of New York. The Westchester Broadway Theatre (WBT) is the longest running year-round Equity theatre in the state of New York, with a 37-year history of nearly 200 main-stage productions and over 900 Monday/Tuesday special events and concerts. Our objective with this world-class venue is to always provide our audiences – which come from far and wide – with the highest production values and most memorable entertainment/dining experiences.
White Plains Performing Arts Center
White Plains (914) 328-1600
Check out all that is going on at the WPPAC this season. Don’t miss critically acclaimed Off Broadway shows and musicals. Visit WPPAC for the line-up and ticket sales.
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