Springtime in the Treehouse|
Join Treehouse Shakers as we celebrate 18 years of creating and performing in New York City.
-Enjoy NYC Food, Wine, and Culture
-Each ticket purchase buys a ticket for a low-income student to see a performance.
Emily Bunning & Mara McEwin
Carol Anderson, John Anselmi, Margie Berman, Tracy Dembicer, Catherine Halley,
Brian Hampton, Beth Lacey, Rachel Meis, Julia Morris, Geri Pell, Emily Regas, Frederick Sager III, Bailie Slevin, Rashmi Singh, Seth Soloway, Michael & Annie Mayer Walsh
About Treehouse Shakers:
Treehouse Shakers, Inc., a non-profit dance and theater company, was co-founded in 1997 by collaborators and childhood friends, Emily Bunning, choreographer/dancer, and Mara McEwin, writer/actor. Treehouse Shakers has created and performed thirteen original dance-plays for young audiences and adults in many established performance venues, including theaters, festivals and schools across the nation. Treehouse Shakers creates work that experiments with narrative styles and explores the story's elements through the abstractions of modern dance. With each new piece, we challenge ourselves as artists to not only create the highest caliber of work, but also to create work that will stimulate, connect and entertain our audience members. Our young audience programming is unique in its offering young audiences a guided look at modern dance through powerful and meaningful theater. Our work is sometimes the first performance, specifically in viewing dance, which many young people experience. We want to sharpen their aesthetics as they are entertained, challenged, and engaged, while at the same time expanding their knowledge of various art forms. We have built our repertory to carefully address every age level within youth programming, and can proudly say we serve babies to teens. We are building audiences who are creative-thinkers and hopefully life-long performance enthusiasts.
Rooftop Terrace & Lounge (View)
300 East 40th St. on 2nd Ave.
New York, NY 10016
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|