Shows & Events

Upcoming Shows & Events

Inda Eaton: Shelter in Place—One-Year Anniversary On-Demand Concert
Category: Special Performances March 15 through April 30

The live concert recording of Inda Eaton's March 7, 2020, concert, "Shelter In Place," is available on-demand.

ON DEMAND—Literature Live! Presents "Moby Dick"
Category: Literature Live! November 18 through April 30

Literature Live! returns to Bay Street with a virtual production of "Moby Dick!"

The Basics of Singing
Category: Education April 7 through May 12

The Basics of Singing is a six-part workshop designed for new singers; people who have always wanted to improve their singing, but do not know where to begin.

European History Through The Lens Of Opera: Online Class
Category: Education April 1 through May 27

European History Through The Lens Of Opera explores a selected history of Europe, from the Middle Ages through World War II, via a study of popular opera from across the continent.

Storytime: Online Children's Book Readings By Authors Of The East End and New York
Category: Education March 27 through May 15

Storytime is an eight-part online program of children’s book readings by authors of the East End and New York. The fun and interactive series is held Saturdays at 10:30 a.m., and presents a different children’s book author and book each week.

The Rock Project Presents 50th Anniversary Reflections Of "Who’s Next"
Category: Special Performances April 30 at 8:00pm

The Rock Project will honor the 50th anniversary of The Who’s legendary album Who’s Next, along with other greatest hits, in a live-stream performance from the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts.

Lifelong Learning Series: Intro to Acting with Reggie D. White—Sponsored by AARP Long Island
Category: Education May 20 at 7:00pm

New York-based multidisciplinary artist Reggie D. White will host Intro To Acting, a fun, interactive presentation for anyone whose bucket list includes “Take an Acting Class.”

Lifelong Learning Series: Writing For The Stage with Hope Villanueva—Sponsored by AARP Long Island
Category: Education June 17 at 7:00pm

Playwright and Bay Street Theater’s Literary Manager Hope Villanueva will host Writing for The Stage. For theatre lovers and anyone who has ever had a desire to write a play, this is the seminar for you. An educational and inspirational introduction for potential playwrights!

Lifelong Learning Series: Writing Your Life Story with Will Pomerantz—Sponsored by AARP Long Island
Category: Education July 15 at 7:00pm

Bay Street Theater’s Associate Artistic Director Will Pomerantz—master storyteller, playwright, and director—will present Writing Your Life Story, a unique writing seminar where students will learn how to access their creative writing skills to write their own story in their own words.

Lifelong Learning Series: A Year to Lighten Up With Jim Ryan—Sponsored by AARP Long Island
Category: Education August 19 at 7:00pm

Motivational speaker Jim Ryan will conduct an inspiring and fun seminar on how we can all lighten up and rejuvenate our creativity during these stressful times! Jim’s presentation includes exercises and inspiration right from his award winning book, Simple Happiness: 52 Easy Ways to Lighten Up.