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
Dancers at "Local Heroes" event February 25, 2015. Photo: Paul Handelman.
Sarah McLawler and fans at the Central Park Meer Fest in August, 2014. Photo: Louis Boone.
15 P.S.12 kindergarteners, led by teaching artist Kaina Quenga, bring the aloha spirit to Brooklyn.
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. www.circuitproductions.org
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
At The Museum at Eldridge Street, The Eldridge Street Synagogue, 12 Elsdridge Street (between Canal & Division Streets)
For ticket cost and information: 212.219.0888
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.”
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