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JCC Dance School & Westchester Theatre of Dance Annual Dance Concert Featuring

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Add to Calendar 25-03-2012 25-03-2012 15 JCC Dance School & Westchester Theatre of Dance Annual Dance Concert Featuring Music by Sergei Prokofiev, choreography by Catherine Barribal, with additional selections by Rita Howerton, Arleigh Rothenberg, Jayne Santoro, and Justin Sherwood. For information call Jayne Santoro, JCC Dance School, 914-472-3300 ext. 320. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=103045 Bendheim Performing Arts Center true DD/MM/YYYY
March 25, 2012
2pm and 5pm
Bendheim Performing Arts Center
Scarsdale
All Ages
$23; students/seniors $18

Description: Music by Sergei Prokofiev, choreography by Catherine Barribal, with additional selections by Rita Howerton, Arleigh Rothenberg, Jayne Santoro, and Justin Sherwood. For information call Jayne Santoro, JCC Dance School, 914-472-3300 ext. 320.

Address: 999 Wilmot Road
Scarsdale, NY
Phone: 914-472-3300
Website: www.westchestermaccabi.org

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Venue Description: The Bendheim Performing Arts Center of Scarsdale caters to the mid-Westchester community, serving as one branch of the area's Jewish Community Center. The center is dedicated to bringing performance art that is both entertaining and enriching to the community. The Bendheim functions as a performance arts space for the JCC and provides a venue for a variety of cultural experiences.

The theater facilitates the 92nd Street Y lecture series, which bring newsmakers to the center for discussion on issues relating to current events. The center also hosts various music, theater, comedy, and dance programs and brings in special performers for matinee shows, including shows for kids and their families that are both educational and fun. The Bendheim's theater can be rented out for group events or birthday parties.