Arc Stages | Kids Out and About Westchester <

Arc Stages

147 Wheeler Ave
Pleasantville , NY , 10570
Phone: 914-747-6206
41° 7' 56.4096" N, 73° 47' 24.4248" W
Contact name: 
Adam David
What our organization offers: 
Subjects / Categories: 
Arc Stages is a 501(c)3 theatre consisting of the Educational Stage, Community Stage, and Next Stage.

Arc Stages is your new theatre arts center, created by merging the 50-year legacy of the Chappaqua Drama Group (CDG) with the established Pleasantville based educational theatre company, Little Village Playhouse (LVP). Together the two theatre companies have metamorphosed into a new and vital professional quality company whose overall objective is to bring different types of theatre and arts education to the surrounding communities. As the parent company, Arc Stages will encompass three different theatre groups: The Educational Stage (LVP), The Community Stage and The Next Stage. Each will offer artistic excellence in its specific genre.

The Educational Stage is where students of all ages (youth and adult) can gain self-esteem while exploring the world of theatre though a professional rehearsal process, master classes, outreach and intensive ensemble work.

The Community Stage is a community based theatre that will offer the best in contemporary and classic musicals and dramas. From Rodgers and Hammerstein to Sondheim. From Shakespeare to Shepard. 

The Next Stage is a professional theatre that will indulge audiences looking for more avant-garde, edgy material as well as new works, cabaret, workshops, and readings.

Our Gallery features art installations from local and emerging fine artists.

Arc Stages will strive to serve the wider community and its artistic needs!

Educational opportunities: Summerstage, Creative Kids Class, Little Theatre Class, Young Actors Performance Workshop, Tween Workshop, Teen Intensive, Theatre Dance & Choreography, Little Arcs, Adult Improv Comedy, The Art of Stage Combat, Innovative Actors, Voice Lessons, Technical Theatre Workshop, Twenty Four Hour Musical, The Joanna Gleason Workshop: For a Song