In past years the Croton Council on the Arts provided new organizations an opportunity to start their own arts programs and develop their own not-for-profits. Each of these arts organizations is now fully independent and contributes to our area's vibrant art scene.
The Hudson Stage Company, one of Westchester's premiere professional theaters, calls the Whipporwill Theater of the North Castle Library in Armonk, home. For more information about Hudson Stage, contact info@HudsonStage.com.
Croton Cortlandt Center for the Arts, until recently housed in a Town of Cortlandt building at 293B Furnace Dock Road in Cortlandt Manor, also had its start with the help of CCoA. The Croton Cortlandt Center for the Arts focus has been on visual arts, drawing and painting, pottery, sculpture for students of all ages. The Croton Cortlandt Center for the Arts is looking for a new home. Gail Lamb, the Executive Director, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Croton Teen Theater is the group that most recently moved out entirely on its own. Its inception was the Croton Shakespeare Festival many years ago and now Croton Teen theater provides an opportunity for our youth to participate in musical and dramatic productions. Visit their website at crotonteentheatre.org for more information.