Saturday, October 14th/ Ballet Workshop Rehearsal

11:30am-12:30pm
Party Scene (No Dolls) & Claras

12:30pm-1:15 pm 
Studio A-  Tea/Flutes
Studio B-  Xmas Dance Pageant (Senior1)
Studio C-  Party Scene
Studio D-  Flowers

1:15pm- 2:00pm
Studio A-  Russian
Studio B-  Rag Dolls
Studio C-  Party Scene
Studio D-  Dolls /Flutes/Tea


2:00pm-2:30pm
All Meet to Run Show Rag Dolls & Christmas dance (If Time Available)
*in show order *

Nutcracker 2017 Cast

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We can't wait to begin Nutcracker tomorrow! Looking forward to a wonderful production! Please continue to check this section of the website for upcoming rehearsal schedules! 

Download "Nutcracker 2017 Cast.docx"

Directions to the Macguire Theater

Route 107 North
Old Westbury, NY 11568

Please follow driving directions as GPS Navigation does not always provide the most accurate route to the theater


There are numerous ways to enter the SUNY Old Westbury campus, but by far the easiest is to take either the Long Island Expressway or the Northern State Parkway to the appropriate exits for Route 107 North. This will be delineated as Jericho or Oyster Bay.Take Route 107 North approximately one mile from both the LIE and Northern State. On the left you will see the entrance to SUNY Old Westbury, which is marked by a traffic light.
You turn left onto the campus of SUNY Old Westbury, and drive approximately three miles on a one way access road to the Campus Center. We will guides along the way with lights to assure you that you are proceeding toward the Campus Center. At the point where you will be turning left into the parking lot, there will be someone guiding you in, but you will be making a left into a large parking lot. Park in that lot, but park as close to the Campus Center as you can. It is a large multi-level white building. You will see the enclosed walk ways which lead to the Campus Center.
Park and walk into the Campus Center. The Maguire Theatre is located very close to the entrance to the large Campus Center.

Nutcracker Performances

Saturday, December 9 
Sunday, December 10

Our Nutcracker will be held at the beautiful Macguire Theater at SUNY Old Westbury

 

A bit about Miss Megan....

Megan Doyle-Paterniani hails from Albany, New York. She began dancing at the Cantarella School of Dance at the age of 2 and performed with the Albany Berkshire Ballet. She continued her serious study with David Otto and Leslie Roy, both former soloists with the New York City Ballet where her training took her to pursue summer dance intensives at New York State Summer School of the Arts (NYSSA) and North Carolina School of the Arts.

Megan is a graduate of the Conservatory of Dance at Purchase College where she received her BFA in Dance Performance and performed soloist roles with the Purchase Dance Corp such as, "The Nutcracker", "Serenade", and "Who Cares?". Mrs. Paterniani spent a summer abroad at the Caracas Metropolitan Ballet in Caracus, Venezuela and was a guest artist at the Dance for Life AIDS benefit for the Capitol Ballet Company.

Upon graduation, Megan danced as a soloist for Ballet Long Island under the direction of Debra Punzi and and also acted as her Ballet Mistress for the Nutcracker. There she performed roles in "A Midsummer's Night Dream", "Pas de Quatre", "Le Corsaire Pas de Deux", "The Nutcracker", and "Peter and the Wolf". During this time she also performed with Ballet Builders at the Florance Guild Hall as well as performing her own works at the Merce Cunningham Studio and the Blue Muse Project at Riverside Church in New York City.

Megan is a former dance faculty member at Adelphi University in New York and has taught at many studios in the Long Island area. She has choreographed many pieces for Competition and Nationals where some have won 1st place overall. Megan is currently collaborating with a local author of children's books by creating the author's story through dance as well as co-directing the Nutcracker for North Shore Studio of Dance's Holiday Pageant. She is a proud wife and mother of 4 children and hopes to continue to inspire a new generation of dancers to come!