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Serving NYC since 1986, inspiring, entertaining & educating under- served audiences featuring living legends of tap & jazz history. READ MORE

Circuit Productions Inc. (CPI) is supported, in part, with public funds from New York State Council on the Arts, A State Agency, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
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For press and publicity please contact:
Serena Rockower, Bookings/Outreach at Circuit Productions, Inc.
635 Carroll Street, Ste. #2, Brooklyn, NY 11215
T: 718.638.4878


Recent Events

CASA funded West African dance and drum workshop with kindergarten students

Dancers at "Local Heroes" event February 25, 2015. Photo: Paul Handelman.

sarah mclawler

Sarah McLawler and fans at the Central Park Meer Fest in August, 2014. Photo: Louis Boone.

Come Hula With Me (CPI CASA 2014 / Cycle 1) from Skip Blumberg on Vimeo.

15 P.S.12 kindergarteners, led by teaching artist Kaina Quenga, bring the aloha spirit to Brooklyn.

Humphrey Visits Brooklyn (CPI CASA 2014 / Cycle 2) from Skip Blumberg on Vimeo.

Led by teaching artists Mickey Davidson and Dexter Jones, vigorous choreography and swing music come to P.S. 12 kindergarteners in Brooklyn, a CASA program produced by Circuit Productions, Inc.

Let's Go Dancing from our recent CASA program



The audience at a recent CPI event:

Audrie Hayes, Florence Spooner, Ruby Smith, Essie Winslow and Reverend Casenade

"It was a great time all around. Very good musicianship!" - Patricia Miller
See more in the photo gallery

Upcoming Events


April 13- May 14, 2015
CASA Workshops in Hawaiian Dance taught by Kaina Quenga

Culminating presentation, 5/14, 5:30 pm by Kindergarten Students with teaching artist Kaina Quenga. Demonstration and performance concluding a 12 week Arts in Education program in Hawaiian dance and Polynesian music. The public is welcome.

Auditorium of PS 770, Brooklyn. Seating limited: RSVP


Thursday May 21, 2015, 4-5 PM
Kolipe Camera Dance & Drums

Intermediate Students Study African Dance & Drums with Kolipe Camara. This energetic workshop introduces the participants to the traditional music from West Africa. Learn about the diverse drums -the doun doun, djembe, and krin – and movement of Guinea, West Africa.
Register at the Lefrak City Public Library, 98-30 57th Ave., Corona, NY 11368-3618, For info/Registration: 718.592.0266
mark james and karen lupo

Thursday, May 21, 2015 1:00 pm
Ballroom Dance Champions
Mark James & Karen Lupo

Amico Senior Center, 5901 13th Ave., Brooklyn.
Info: Francine Albanese, 718,972.1558.
*Funding made possible to Circuit Productions, Inc. by Council Member David Greenfield, 44th CD.
burdetsky family circus

Saturday, May 30, 2015 12-5 pm
Burdetsky Family Circus Duo
Kaisokah Jumbies USA

Arkasha & dancing poodle and the Kaisokah Jumbies USA (Stilt walkers), Far Rockaway Public Library,
16-37 Central Avenue, Far Rockaway, NY 11691
Info: 718.327.2549.

Sunday,May 31, 2015 1:00 pm
Alhambra- Sephardic Music

Greek Jewish Synagogue, 1st NYC
all day music program, Info:
*Alhambra's performance is made possible, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts/NYSCA, with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York Legislature.

Wednesday, June 24, 2015 6:30pm
Harlem Blues & Jazz Band

Brooklyn Public Library, Central Branch Dweck Center, 10 Grand Army Plaza.
The originators of Jump Blues & Swing in America featuring the legendary Harlem Blues & Jazz Band
max pollack

Tuesday, June 30, 2015 2-3:15 pm
Max Pollak & Rumba Tap

Presented by HAI at the College of Staten Island.
For performance space, ticket info and directions:
Max Daniels, HAI, 212.575.7660

Wednesday, July 15, 2015 6:30pm
Sonido Costeno

Brooklyn Public Library, Central Branch Dweck Center, 10 Grand Army Plaza.
A celebration of Puerto Rican Bomba and Plena Music by Brooklyn’s own Sonido Costeno

Quarterly Artist Highlight:

This quarter's spotlight is on legendary Sax player, Fred Staton of the Harlem Blues and Jazz Band who is turning 100 on Valenine's Day!

Fred has performed with Billy Eckstine, Brownie “Sticks” McGhee, Art Blakey and Errol Garner. He has also backed the Harlem Dance Troupe, “Mama Lu Parks and her Savoy Lindy Hoppers,” a group with which The Harlem Blues and Jazz Band had a long association. As the brother of Dakota Staton, a famous jazz singer in the 1950s, he frequently shared the stage with his sister. He is also the leader of his own Gospel group, “The Sounds of Deliverance.”
Read more on the artists' page

Fred and Susan
 Fred Staton
arts in education
Arts in Education (AIE)
Circuit Productions can foster collaborations between schools and some of New York City's most engaging arts professionals, as well as train educators to work more effectively with existing school artist-in-residencies. Our program offerings include: Lectures and Workshops, Assembly Programs, Artist Residencies and Staff Development. Email or call us at 718-638-4878 to explore the different ways American art forms can be integrated with your History, Arts or Language programs. Learn more about our ongoing Arts In Education (AIE) workshops and performances.