The Doctorow Center offers amazing performances all year-round from live music and music education programs, movie showings, live music, puppetry, theater, and more!
This multi-arts complex houses the Mountain Cinema, a three-screen movie theater, showing the latest in Hollywood and Independent movies are shown weekly year-round and the Evelyn Weisberg Concert Hall, a 150-seat performance space hosting chamber music, folk/pop music, puppetry, and theater.
The Doctorow Center also houses the Piano Performance Museum, home to the unique Steven E Greenstein collection of historic pianos from the 18th to the 20th centuries.
The Doctorow Center is the home of the Catskill Mountain Foundation, with programming and administrative offices located in the building.
During the summer months, the Catskill Mountain Foundation hosts a variety of music education and performance programs at the Doctorow Center, with many events free and open to the public. Come share the music and love of learning with these talented students.
The latest in Hollywood and Independent movies are shown weekly year-round, except on weekends when performances are scheduled. Check the Mountain Cinema to see what is showing this week and the showtimes.
The Doctorow Center for the Arts is a program of the Catskill Mountain Foundation. Check out what's happening at the Catskill Mountain Foundation.