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Our White Plains Workers Comp Lawyers Enjoy Cultural Experiences At The White Plains Performing Arts Center

While New York City may be the global leader in theater and the performing arts, nearby White Plains also has its share of cultural influence. The White Plains Performing Arts Center is a true gem of the suburbs and features its own steady rotation of awe-inspiring performances. Our White Plains workers compensation lawyers love taking our families here to witness some unique shows without needing to travel into the city. A handful of the many reasons why we love this theater include:

Upcoming Shows

The schedule for White Plains Performing Arts Center is always full of a variety of different performance types. No matter what your taste in theatre and the performing arts may be, you’re sure to find something here that you will enjoy. Some of the upcoming shows on the schedule include:

Harlem GospeLive Revue

Featuring some of New York’s most talented gospel performers, the Harlem GospeLive Revue brings audiences on a trip through American gospel music, touching on several different subgenres. The eclectic performance includes both inspiring solo performances as well as touching group harmonies. The show is produced by Maurice Lynch, who has put on this show in countries all over the globe since its debut at the Blue Note in New York. If you like gospel, be sure to check this out on Friday, February 23 at 8:00 pm.

Moon Mouse

Produced by Lightwire Theater, Moon Mouse follows the story of a mouse named Marvin. He desperately wants to be liked but is always bullied by other mice and called a loser and nerd. Marvin escapes this bullying with science books and fantasy as he yearns to be the hero of his own adventures.

In this play, Marvin builds his own rocket and takes a trip to the moon, where he meets some quirky characters and creatures. This play uses stunning lights to tell the story of his space adventure and to teach the audience that differences are a cause for celebration, not ridicule.

Catch Moon Mouse on Sunday, March 4 at 2:00 pm.

Forbidden Broadway

The 35th-anniversary tour of Forbidden Broadway comes to the White Plains Performing Arts Center on Friday, March 23 at 8:00 pm. Broadway aficionados will absolutely love this side-achingly hilarious satire on some of the genre’s most famous hits, including Annie, Phantom, Wicked, and 30 others. The show includes ridiculous outfits, song parodies, impressions of famous characters, and much more.

Youth Theatre Productions

If your kids have an interest in theater and the performing arts, White Plains Performing Arts Center offers a variety of programs designed to nurture an appreciation of theater and performing from a young age. These include workshops and performances featuring youth casts. Some of the upcoming youth workshops and performances at the Conservatory Theatre include:

  • Sleeping Beauty
  • Annie
  • Winnie the Pooh
  • Seussical
  • Disney Songbook: Animals

Performance Lessons

The Conservatory at the White Plains Performing Arts Center offers instructional classes for people of all ages. These include the following:

  • Voice – Taught by Katie Luekens Chan Chee, an accomplished vocalist and teacher, this class can train you in vocal performances.
  • Voice & Piano – Learn how to sign and the piano with Paul Loman, who is a music director, teacher, pianist, and composer.
  • Acting & Auditioning – Ariana Moses teaches these private acting lessons and offers audition coaching. She is the WPPAC’s Director of Education, and an accomplished teaching artist and director. She’s been active with the Theatre for Youth field for over a decade.

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