Winter 2024

Box Office: 518-677-2495, ext. 314

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Due to the limited capacity of the Hall and reservations filling quickly and often selling out, we cannot offer refunds once tickets are purchased. If you are unable to attend, we are happy to convert your ticket payment into a donation to Hubbard Hall. Thank you.

Proof of Vaccination and Masks No Longer Required
Masks will be optional for any and all attendees, in classes and audiences. If an artist or instructor wants attendees to wear masks, because of that artist or instructor’s health risks, they may request that attendees wear masks and Hubbard Hall will communicate that request to attendees. Students and professional artists are able to rehearse and perform without masks or health screenings.


Sunday, January 21 at 4:00 PM
Gooey’s Toxic Aquatic Adventure

About the Residency
NYC-based playwright, performer, and Juilliard graduate in playwriting, La DANIELLA will spend a week at Hubbard Hall developing her new piece, Gooey’s Toxic Aquatic Adventure, which is slated to be produced at the Bushwick Starr in Brooklyn in 2025. Join us at 4pm on Sunday, January 21 to hear part of the piece and about the process from La DANIELLA herself, in Hubbard Hall. FREE but reservations are recommended.

About the Work
Come one, come all to Gooey’s Toxic Aquatic Adventure and join Gooey Pudín, New York’s trashiest mermaid on a tour of her hopes, dreams and favorite haunts along the Gowanus Canal, where you’ll meet Scabby da Rat, Sludge da cesspool, “Miss G”, Jackie Castelucci and da boss: Alfredo “Fred Bosco” Boscocello. Until the tour’s cut short as iiDen entertainment announces plans to reconstruct the canal into Wasteland! amusement park and casino dredging up a gruesome reality that turns Gooey’s world upside down and inside out.

About the Artist
La DANIELLA (she/her) is a performer, playwright, story consultant and model falling back in love with herself. A proud 2nd generation resident of Bushwick, Brooklyn, where her family has lived for 60 years, her work sits at the intersections of New York City’s history, Latine-Caribbean history, environmentalism, generational trauma, healing, science fiction, surrealism/absurdism and centers queer Black/Latine women and femmes. You can learn more at her website.


The Addams Family

Book by Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice
Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa, Orchestrations by Larry Hochman
Presented by the Cambridge Central School Drama Club and Hubbard Hall.
Directed by Katherine Danforth, Music Direction by Sarah Zweighaft, Stage Management by Maureen Cossey

This musical comedy follows the Addams family through their hilarious dinner party with the “normal” Beinekes. This School Edition of the Broadway show has all the laughs and plenty of darkness. Come get spooky!

Six performances: March 15, 16 17, 22, 23, 24
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:00 pm, Sundays at 2:00 pm

Classes and Workshops

Theater, Music, Dance, Fitness, Visual Arts and More!

Spring Classes – The Week At A Glance

As a training ground for both young and seasoned artists, Hubbard Hall continues to develop a new generation of artists and audiences while providing opportunities for individuals to take new risks and grow beyond their comfort zone. Through classes in dance, theater, music, movement, visual arts, puppetry, creative writing, martial arts, yoga, and even gardening, Hubbard Hall gives students of all ages an opportunity to learn, collaborate, and grow.

Summer Programs for Children and Teens are now available! 


Maple Ridge Cabaret at Hubbard Hall *Sold Out!*
Friday, February 23 at 6:30 pm

We are so grateful to say that this event is sold out!

The Hubbard Hall Board, in partnership with Larry and Lucas Sconzo, will present an exciting evening of music, refreshments, and community at Hubbard Hall. The cabaret will feature jazz, blues, and rock acts hailing from New York City and our own community.

Performers include: Nick Hetko, Miss Jane and the Nightbreakers, The Maple Ridge All-Stars, and Cambridge’s own WIDE MARGIN!

Audience members will enjoy: Table seating; a cash bar featuring beer donated by Brown’s Brewing Company and wine donated by Northern Cross and South Dominion Vineyards; and sweet and savory appetizers (included with ticket purchase).

Music From Salem

Summer Concert Series: June 2, 9, July 7, 21
Fall Concert: October 20
Concerts are 4:00 pm in Hubbard Hall

Music from Salem brings together musicians of international reputation to prepare and perform chamber music in the peace and beauty of rural Washington County, New York, and environs. Chamber music is classical music written for a small group of performers, and includes a range of styles, from the 18th century to today. Music from Salem also leads educational workshops and conducts violin, viola, and cello seminars for emerging young artists.


Annual Irish Dance Ceili!
Saturday, March 9 at Cambridge Central School

Free Admission! Bake Sale to support the Hubbard Hall Dance Program.
Come celebrate St. Patrick’s Day a week early with traditional Irish dance! A “ceili” is like a square dance, where dances are taught and anyone can participate or just have fun watching. Never tried Irish Step before? This is the event for you! All are welcome! Hubbard Hall Irish Step dance students will be ready to lend a hand and show off what they’ve been learning in class!

Music will be provided by our local Tune Jam Band.


In addition to performance based programming and classes, Hubbard Hall also offers several Special Community Events and Fundraisers throughout the year!

Community Collaborations

Breaking Bread

Breaking Bread brings our community together and offers new ways to create, communicate and collaborate. A safe, inclusive, and sensitive space for LGBTQI+ community members where everyone is welcome and everyone is celebrated for who they are. Come break bread with us. Events are Free. 


Support the Arts!

Supporting the arts provides us so many benefits and rewards. Local arts help drive our economy by giving our close neighbors and visitors from far away the opportunity to explore our community and visit our local businesses. The arts make our lives joyous and support our wellbeing. Places like Hubbard Hall, where all ages, walks of life, and artistic tastes can gather to see theater, to see music, to see our children triumph, are precious. Neighbors catching up during an intermission. The parking lot at our Beacon Feed Studio filling up with parents’ cars and children running to the studio doors excited to learn the next piece of chorography. These moments strengthen our community.

We hope you share in the passion and love of the arts and our community as we do. We depend on your support to keep the magic happening. Donate Today! 

Thank you for your support.

Margaret Surowka and the Entire Hubbard Hall Board
Judy Pate – Treasurer, Alyson Slack – Secretary
Don Boyd – Vice Chair, Nancy Clark-Krauss, Elyssa Macura
Andrew Pate, Mark Pritchard, Alexandra Scoville, Ann Villet