Skip to main content

A professional theatre company dedicated to enhancing cultural resources for young people and the community.
99 South Broadway Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 |


iTheatre Saratoga works to develop the next generation of artists and audiences through theatre productions, workshops, and more. The organization is headed up by talented theatre arts professionals and has welcomed notable theatre guest artists.


iTHEATRE SARATOGA - Professional Theatre at the National Museum of Dance

iTheatre Saratoga is the professional theatre company in residence at the National Museum of Dance. Now entering their 7th season, iTheatre Saratoga provides theatrical resources for young people, their families, and the local community. 

iTheatre Saratoga is dedicated to creating new theatre works and the continuing mission to develop the next generation of theatre artists and audiences. Our organization is spearheaded by talented theatre arts professionals of various disciplines and has been host to a number of notable theatre guest artists including Tony Award Winning actor Ron Holgate, legendary choreographer Patricia Birch, actress Tandy Cronyn, Broadway actor Jeff McCarthy, and more.


iTheatre Saratoga's 2018/2019 Season



Performances: June 28 & 29 at 7pm and June 30 & July 1 at 2pm

Our workshop for young people, which produced last year’s hilariously original The Golden Phoenix, returns! This season’s Inst-adventure: Metropolis invites participants in the audience, on stage, and behind the scenes on a choose-your-own-journey utilizing smart-devices and polls in real-time as part of a collaboration and developing exchange with the Swedish organization Kultur i Väst. We’ll be exploring a variety of social issues, pushing the boundaries of theatre, and as usual looking to incorporate the insights of our young collaborators, all in the style of the silent-era film Metropolis. Join iTheatre Saratoga/Creative Place for this two week workshop culminating in a series of live performances from our youth workshop artists.



Performances: Oct 28, 30, 31 & Nov 2, 3 at 7:30pm

Paying tribute to the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking movie, iTheatre Saratoga/ CPI will debut a new adaptation of Night of the Living Dead, featuring live drama fused with multi-media production and original music. Racism, mobocracy, and collective panic are still infectious, though transmuted, half a century later and there’s been an outbreak. The enemy is not only among us, it may consume or convert us. Following a series of SFX makeup workshops in September, zombies will roam in October in the NMoD courtyard. Halloween there... if you dare. (Cue evil laughter.)



Performances: Jan 25, 26, Feb 1, 2 at 7:30pm & Jan 27, Feb 3 at 2pm

Take another step back into the past, with the World Premiere of Agatha Christie’s The Stranger. The Dame herself penned this stage adaptation, which was lost in the shadows of a later collaboration of the same work, Love from a Stranger. The play confronts themes of feminine vulnerability and the seduction of the trope “love at first sight.” From the mouth of a confidence man, the likes of which crowd our headlines nowadays, “Woman’s weakness is man’s opportunity. Did Shakespeare say that or did I think of it myself? I believe I thought of it. If so, it’s good, it’s damned good!”



The 2018 summer youth workshop for Inst-adventure: Metropolis is open to students ages 9-14. Nominal enrollment fee for the two week workshop is $200 per/student. Enrollment opportunities available for individual or both weeks. All classes and performances are set to take place at the Riggi Theatre in the National Museum of Dance at 99 South Broadway in Saratoga Springs.

Workshop: Mon - Fri 10:30am - 3:30pm from June 18 - 22 & June 25 - 28    

Performances: June 28 & 29 at 7pm and June 30 & July 1 at 2pm

For more info call: (518) 587-5827

Visit their website and learn more!

Upcoming Events

Is this your business?
If so, login to add your events!

Read Reviews

0 reviews from our community

Interactive Map

Contact iTheatre Saratoga

Message iTheatre Saratoga