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Weehawken Performances

Weehawken sponsors and organizes a variety of art-inspired events that have helped build Ouray County’s reputation as a place where art, artists and art-lovers thrive.

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Weehawken Royal Actors present The Jungle Book

March 24th at 1:00 & 4:00 pm and March 25th at 2:00 pm at Sherbino Theater

Young actors from Ouray County will present three performances of "The Jungle Book", an original adaptation based on Rudyard Kipling's classic tale. Under the Direction of Kathleen O'Mara, this production will be sure to entertain young audiences. Local youth Andi Bennett, Harley Bennett, Anna Countryman, Caroline Countryman, Ariel Hessler, Natasha Hessler, Ethan Unverferth, and Mason Unverferth will bring the dynamic and colorful characters to life on the Sherbino Theater stage March 24th at 1 PM and 4 PM and March 25th at 2 PM.  This production culminates a 5 week workshop offered through Weehawken Creative Arts Organization. Tickets will be sold at the door 30 minutes before curtain.  Ticket prices are $5 for Adults and $3 for students. 

Weehawken Dance presents "Peter Pan"

Saturday April 28th at 1 pm and 6 pm and Sunday April 29th at 1 pm at Montrose Pavilion

Tickets go on sale to the public online on March 21 at 10 am. Both general admission and reserved seating tickerts will be available online. Tickets are available for purchase over the phone for an additional $.50 per ticket.

Fly with Weehawken Dance through a starlit night and head straight into a magical adventure in Neverland with Weehawken Dance's spring dance production of Peter Pan.  First the movie, then the musical and now the ballet, this full-length production will be filled with pixie dust and all your favorite characters, from Tinkerbell to the Lost Boys to Captain Hook and his swashbuckling pirates. Perfect for the entire family, J. M. Barrie's famous tale of the boy who wouldn't grow up is another Montrose Pavilion Premiere for Weehawken Dance, with artistic direction by Miss Natasha Pyeatte and choreography by Weehawken Dance Teaching Artists and set to a diverse and lively score. With all of its energy, humor and poignant movement, Peter Pan will delight the child in us all!

Weehawken Dance's original, full length production of Peter Pan takes the stage at the Montrose Pavilion April 28 & 29 with performances on Saturday, April 28th at 1:00 pm and 6:00 pm and Sunday, April 29th at 1:00 pm.  Audiences have the opportunity to see Artistic Director, Natasha Pyeatte's dazzling take on the classic story set to an adventuresome score selected by Weehawken Dance's teaching staff and Artistic Director.   

Pyeatte, who recently celebrated 10 full years with Weehawken Dance, has garnered much praise for her public Weehawken Dance productions, both locally and regionally. First debuting the Weehawken Dance program with The Nutcracker in 2007 at the Wright Opera House in Ouray, Weehawken Dance productions are now enjoyed twice a year at the Montrose Pavilion with over 200 young dancers from around the region donning the stage in each performance.  “Peter Pan was our first-ever spring dance production in 2008, and I’m so happy that Peter Pan is returning to the stage,” says Pyeatte, “and for the first time at the Montrose Pavilion!  We have been waiting for this for a long time and we're thrilled about the surprises in-store.”

Pyeatte's production, paired with the whimsical, high-flying and playful choreography of the Weehawken Dance teaching staff, truly brings the classic story to life. The story, based on J. M. Barrie’s beloved tale of the boy who wouldn’t grow up, will have audiences of all ages believing in magic.  The oftentimes challenging choreography offers exciting storytelling as well as the opportunity to showcase Weehawken Dancers’ incredible skill and athleticism. Area audiences may also be familiar with Weehawken Dance's other recent productions such as THE POLAR EXPRESS, CINDERELLA, THE NUTCRACKER and The WIZARD OF OZ.

General Admission tickets to these performances will be available online March 21 at 10 am and can be purchased at www.weehawkenarts.org. In-person tickets will be available at Tiffany, Etc. beginning April 11th and  Reserved Section tickets will also be available for purchase, but only by phone at 970-318-0150 starting March 21 at 10 am.  Ticket prices range from $9-$17 for general admission and $25 to $31 for reserved seating and are expected to sell quickly.  More information can be found at www.weehawkenarts.org/performances or at www.facebook.com/weehawkenarts.

Please Note: This show will have a split cast and not every dancer is in every show. If you are attending to see a specific dancer, please first find out the show they are performing in, as tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

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Classroom Locations

* It’s important to know that some classes may be held in other locations that may not be listed below. Locations will be specified accordingly in class descriptions.

Weehawken Ridgway

Primary staff office
1075 Sherman Street
Ridgway, CO 81432
(970) 318-0150

The Sherbino Theater

604 Clinton Street
Ridgway, CO 81432

Hypoxia Gym

1900 550 Uncompahgre National Forest
Ouray, CO 81432

Weehawken Montrose

310 S 9th Street
Montrose, CO 81401

Wright Opera House

472 Main Street
Ouray, CO 81427

Montrose Field House

25 Colorado Ave. 
Montrose, CO 81401