A New Musical From the Producer of Hamilton! THE MAN IN THE CEILING

May 30
through June 25

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or call our Box office (631) 725-9500

Schedule:

Tuesdays at 7 pm
Wednesdays at 2 and 7 pm
Thursdays at 8 pm
Fridays at 8 pm
Saturdays at 8 pm
Sundays at 2 and 7 pm 

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Book by Jules Feiffer
Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Based on the novel The Man in the Ceiling by Jules Feiffer
Directed by Jeffrey Seller

His imagination is just what his family needs...
Jimmy Jibbett is a boy cartoonist. A hopeless aptitude if you listen to his father, who wants Jimmy to play ball like a real boy. You’d think his mother would stick up for him, but she’s too busy, running here, there, everywhere. Besides she’s got her brother Lester to worry about. He writes music als, but he can’t come up with a love song. So Jimmy’s only true support becomes the comics characters he invents until, one day, he discovers way up on the ceiling, something new and surprising that will change him and his family.

 Check out what the critics are saying!

"Charming and magical!"
- Sag Harbor Express

"Visually stunning" and "great entertainment for the whole family!"
- Patch.com

"Joie de vivre spills off the stage!"
- Southampton Press

"Will stir emotions, make you laugh and in the end leave you gleeful!"
- Hamptons.com

"Endlessly imaginative and whimsical, Bay Street Theater's production of The Man in the Ceiling is pure theatrical joy."
-Dan's Papers


Ticket Deals:

(ONLY APPLICABLE IN PERSON AND OVER THE PHONE)

$20 Under 20
All guests under the age of 20 may purchase tickets for $20
Subject to availability
Valid ID required

$30 Under 30
All guests under the age of 30 may purchase tickets for $30
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FREE Student Sunday Matinees
All students with a valid ID may purchase tickets to a Sunday matinee for FREE

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631-725-9500

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