Education Series

An important part of the Bardavon’s mission is to support teachers and students in learning through the Arts. We present international and national theater companies, whose thought-provoking productions entertain, enrich, teach and inspire. By bringing excellent educational programs to the Mid-Hudson Valley, the Bardavon hopes to help alter negative perceptions, instill strong values, and build students’ understanding of the world.

For more information about the Education Series, visit our School Residency Programs or contact Addie Borman/Director of Education (845) 473-5288 extension 106 or Email Adelina.

Get Hip: Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Jazz Music (virtual) Recommended for grades 5 - 12 Friday, October 01 at 10:00 am - Virtual
SUGAR SKULL! (virtual) Recommended for grades 1 - 5 Tuesday, November 02 at 09:00 am - Virtual - to Nov.13
Layer the Walls (virtual) Recommended for grades 3 - 9 Wednesday, December 01 at 09:00 am - Virtual - must have reservation
Philippe Petit: Open Practice (virtual) Recommended for grades 3 - 12 Monday, January 10 2022 at 10:00 am - Virtual
Rhapsody in Black (virtual or in person) Recommended for high school and above Tuesday, February 01 2022 at 10:00 am - Virtual - must have reservation click below

SNOW DATE POLICY

A performance will be cancelled if a closing or delay affects the MAJORITY of schools scheduled to attend the performance. All ticket-holders will be moved to the published snow date. Schools should make arrangements for published snow dates. If weather interferes, ticket-holders will be notified by email of any change we must make. Changes will also be posted on our website.

If a snow date is not scheduled and a performance is cancelled due to weather, we will first do our best to accommodate ticket-holders at another performance in the Daytime Series. If we are unable to accommodate because other performances are sold out, payment will be returned.