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Movie Theaters
New Paltz Cinema
2 New Paltz Plaza, New Paltz
845-255-0420 Four first-run movies. Daily.
Orpheum Theatre
156 Main St., Saugerties
845-246-6561 saugerties-ny-136212096396270
Three first-run movies. Bargain Nights on Mondays and Thursdays. Theatres 2 and 3 are accessible. Like us on Facebook. Open year-round, daily.
Regal Cinemas
Hudson Valley Mall, 1300 Ulster Ave., Kingston 845-336-4191
Twelve theaters showing first-run movies. Open daily.
Rosendale Theatre
408 Main St., Rosendale
A theatre collective showing nightly movies. Serves as a venue for live theater, music and other special events. View website for schedules of films and events. Closed most Tuesdays. Accessible, child and group friendly. Free WiFi.
Upstate Films at Tinker Street
132 Tinker St. (Route 212), Woodstock 845-679-6608 Single-screen movie theater showing mainly independent and foreign films.
Performing and Visual Arts
P.O. Box 175, Malden-on-Hudson 845-246-7873 Five-member touring company combines visual storytelling with live music in contem- porary works of mask and puppet theater for all ages at various venues. Accessible, child and group friendly. April-December.
Ars Choralis
P.O. Box 903, Woodstock
A 50-member vocal ensemble performing music of many styles and periods, with
an increasing interest in peace and non- violence issues.
Arts Society of Kingston
97 Broadway, Kingston
Art gallery, performance space, classes, workshops and more. Open year-round. Tuesday-Saturday, 1-6 p.m. First Saturday art openings, 5-8 p.m.
Ashokan Music & Dance
Ashokan Center, 477 Beaverkill Road, Olivebridge
800-292-0905, 845-246-2121 Family-friendly workshops, dance camps, concerts, dances and other events featuring traditional folk, jazz, bluegrass, old time, Celtic, Cajun, country and swing.
Barefoot Dance Center
1645 Route 9W, West Park
845-384-6146 Offers classes in creative movement, modern technique, ballet, improvisation and choreography. Home to teen troupe Barefoot Dance Company. Summer session, rental space, dance performances and school residencies. Accessible, child and group friendly. Free WiFi.
Bearsville Theater
291 Tinker St., Woodstock 845-679-4406 Live music, special events and private parties. For updated concert and events listings, see our website or call.
Bird-on-a-Cliff Theatre Company
Comeau Drive, Woodstock
Offering free outdoor Shakespeare on the beautiful Comeau Property. All are welcome. Accessible. Pet friendly. Bring a blanket, chair and picnic. July-Labor Day weekend, Friday-Sunday, beginning at 5 p.m.
Bridge Music (Two locations)
Mid-Hudson Bridge Towers and Johnson-Iorio Park, Highland
Hear music composed solely of the sounds
of the bridge. Walk out to the bridge’s towers and press a button (April-October) or listen from your radio. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Year-round, daily, 24 hours
a day, on 95.3 FM at Johnson/Iorio Park, Haviland Road, Highland.
Byrdcliffe Kleinert/
James Center for the Arts
34 Tinker St., Woodstock
A multi-purpose facility hosting musical
and literary events and cutting-edge
art exhibitions. Accessible. The Gallery
and the Byrdcliffe Shop hours: May-October, Thursday-Sunday, noon-6 p.m.; winter hours: Friday-Sunday, noon-6 p.m.
Byrdcliffe Theater
380 Upper Byrdcliffe Road, Woodstock 845-679-2079 Located on the grounds of the Byrdcliffe Arts Colony, the theater is used for the performing arts, concerts, dance performances and community events. Open May-October.
Catskill Ballet Theatre
795 Broadway, Kingston
Provides performing experience, mentoring programs and the opportunity to work with professionals. Performances include annual presentation of “The Nutcracker” at Ulster Performing Arts Center, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and other ballets.
Center for Creative Education
15 Railroad Ave., Kingston
Classes for children, youth and adults in music, dance and theater. Home of Energy Dance Company and the Percussion Orchestra of Kingston (POOK). Open year-round,
9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Coach House Players
12 Augusta St., Kingston
845-331-2476 Affordable community theater since 1950. Three to four plays are performed each year. Participates in local events such
as Kingston St. Patrick’s Day Parade, caroling and more. Auditions are open; new members are encouraged to join.
BSP (Backstage Productions)
323 Wall St., Kingston
A 27,000 square foot arts and entertainment complex hosting live music, an art gallery, a professional dance studio and Stages In The Arts, our theater company. Live events every week. Open year-round. 43

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