Performing Arts Center in New Haven offering a range of classes for everyone
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Connecticut is a small state, but it has many wonderful performing arts centers. The Westville Performing Arts Center in New Haven is new to the scene, but it’s making a big impact in New Haven.
Barbara Alexander, Connecticut’s executive arts director, joined News 8 for an interview to discuss the arts center.
The Westville Performing Arts Center is located at 351 McKinley Ave and offers music, art, acting, and dance classes for adults and children. The organization works to serve the whole community.
The performing arts center offers programs for people at all stages of life. The center offers courses for the elderly, pregnant women and after-school programs for children and teenagers.
The organization is close to Alexander’s Heart because it wants to give children an equal platform “to bring together all nationalities and diversities”.
“It’s the magic of art, and that’s what I wanted to do, not just for children but also for adults, because when we go on stage, it’s about bringing the magic”, Alexander said.
Watch the full interview to find out more!