Mainstage Subscription

What is a subscription?

A subscription is a three ticket package to our 2018 Mainstage season.

What is the difference between a set series subscription and a flex pass subscription?

Set Series: One Subscription equals 3 Tickets, one for each of the main stage Plays. 1 for Play 1, 1 for Play 2, and 1 for Play 3. You will be assigned a particular series for a certain night of the week. For example, if you wanted Tuesday nights you’d be assigned to the first week of every performance or every second week, etc. You will also have the same seats for all three performances.

Flex: One Flex Pass equals 3 tickets to be used however you would like toward the Mainstage Season. You can use 1 ticket for each show, all 3 tickets to Play 1, or 2 tickets to Play 2 and 1 ticket to Play 3. Unlike a set series you are not assigned seats and dates ahead of time.

Can I exchange my dates?

Yes! As a subscriber, you have the option of exchanging your seats at no additional cost, up to 24 hours prior to the show.

Where can I purchase a subscription?

Subscriptions can be purchase online, over the phone, or in person at the box office.

What are the benefits of subscribing?

·  Priority seating for 2018 Mainstage Production

·  Free ticket exchange privileges  (within price level)

·  Early access to single ticket sales

·  Special discounts on other shows

·  Waived phone fees


Get best seats now while they last! 

Sunday/Wednesday Matinee - $177

Matinee Flex Pass - $177

Tues/Wed/Sun Evening - $237

Thurs/Fri/Sat Evening - $249

Evening Flex Pass - $249

Saturday Opening Nights (Renewal & Side Seats Only) - $297


World Premiere of FELLOW TRAVELERS
May 29 – June 17
A new play by Jack Canfora

Directed by Michael Wilson

Set during Hollywood’s notorious blacklist period, FELLOW TRAVELERS explores the complicated relationship between three American icons: director Elia Kazan, writer Arthur Miller, and actress Marilyn Monroe. Look behind the glitter and glamour of the Silver Screen and Broadway to see how the politics of the McCarthy era affected their friendship, and how their friendship affected their work in this intimate and passionate world premiere.


June 26 – July 22
By Peter Morgan

Directed by Sarna Lapine

The acclaimed play brings you inside the landmark series of interviews between David Frost and former President Nixon which occurred three years after he resigned. With the greatest political scandal in modern history far from forgotten and many of the nation’s questions left unanswered, what ensues is a battle of wits that pits an upstart journalist against one of America’s most controversial presidents.  Frost/Nixon is the riveting story of a collision of politics and the media.

July 31 – August 26
Lyrics by Tim Rice

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Originally directed by Harold Prince

Directed by Will Pomerantz

From poverty to stardom to political dominance, EVITA follows the life of Eva Perón and her ascent to the top as the First Lady of Argentina. Bay Street will offer its signature treatment of a large-scale musical in this bold new production – a visceral experience in our thrust theater that allows you to get close to the iconic characters and the love/hate relationship between 1950s Argentina and their leaders' infamous rise to power. The beloved score features some of Andrew Lloyd Webber's biggest hits, including “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina,” “Buenos Aires” and “Another Suitcase in Another Hall.” 

Evita is presented by arrangement with The Musical Company, LP, 214 Sullivan Street, Ste. 4, New York, NY, 10012-1354. Phone: (212) 598-2204. Email:”





JULY 17 - 22

Written and performed by Steven Fales

Directed by Scott Schwartz

Ahead of its time for its “unflinching honesty” (Salt Lake Tribune) and “astonishing generosity of spirit” (Boston Globe), Confessions has become a national and international one-man sensation. In this true story of extremes—from perfect model Mormon in Utah to perfect rent boy in Manhattan—outcast Steven Fales ultimately finds a middle ground and learns what it means to finally come home. After conversion therapy, excommunication, divorce, prostitution and drugs, an exiled sixth-generation Latter-gay Saint reclaims his kids and Donny Osmond smile. This extraordinary, life-affirming journey to hell and back is told with humor, song, and The Book of Mormon. Now Part One in Mormon Boy Trilogy and updated since its original highly successful 2006 Off-Broadway run at the SoHo Playhouse.


The 2018 Mainstage Season is sponsored in part by New York State through the generosity of Assemblyman Fred Thiele and State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle; the New York State Council on The Arts, a State Agency; Town of Southampton; The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust; The Shubert Foundation; and fully or partially funded by the Suffolk County Department of Economic Development & Planning. Support for new work comes from The New Directions Fund and the Joseph Stein New Musical Fund. Previews are sponsored by Peconic Landing. EVITA sponsored in part by Baron’s Cove. "Pay What You Can" nights are the first preview for each production sponsored by Sotheby's International Realty.

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 

Other Ticket Deals:


$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
Subject to availability
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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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Call the Box Office for more information