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1. Select a day of the week from the drop down menu.

2. Select the quantity of Subscriptions needed from the drop down menu.

3. Please identify if you are renewing your 2016 Subscription. If you are renewing your 2016 Subscription the Box Office will automatically place you in the same series and seats from the previous year. The Box Office will then send you a confirmation email of your dates and seating location. In the event you do not want the same series or seats please select “No” to renewing your 2016 Subscription. This way the Box Office can call you and go over all dates and seats that are available.

4. The Box Office will call All new Subscribers to discuss available dates and seating locations.

5. *Opening Nights are not available to new subscribers; opening nights are reserved for patrons. For more information on patron membership or to become a patron click here. 

6. Come enjoy fantastic theater out on the East End. *All Subscribers can change their date with any date in the same category or upgrade to another night (upgrading may have additional charges)

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2017 MAINSTAGE SEASON

SINGLE TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR PATRONS AND SUBSCRIBERS ONLY

PATRONS CAN CALL IN AT ANY TIME TO RESERVE TICKETS VIA THE CONCIERGE HOTLINE AT 631-725-0818

SINGLE TICKETS OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC ON MAY 1

3 Exciting Plays & Musicals including

A New Musical
From the Producer of Hamilton!

May 30 - June 25

 

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.


July 4 - July 30

by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage
Directed by Bay Street's Artistic Director Scott Schwartz

It's a delicate line between love and desire...
Esther Mills is a skilled African American seamstress and has her own successful business in 1905 making lingerie for both society ladies and “ladies of the night.” But she is lonely. As she searches for something more in her life, she unearths truths long hidden in the deepest recesses of her heart. All her relationships will be changed forever, from a poetic love with a Caribbean laborer working far away on the Panama Canal, to complicated friendships with different women in her life, to a growing bond with a Hasidic shopkeeper who shares his exquisite finds of fabrics and maybe something deeper.


August 8 - September 3

by William Shakespeare
Original music by Academy Award winner Stephen Schwartz

Directed by Tony Award winner John Doyle
A co-production with Classic Stage Company in New York City

Everyone needs to escape to the country sometimes! Join Rosalind, one of Shakespeare’s greatest heroines, as she travels into the merry Forest of Arden leaving behind the politics of the city. Disguising herself as a man and accompanied by her cousin Celia and Touchstone the clown, she embarks on a hilarious and romantic journey where she finds love, laughter, and maybe even herself. Shakespeare’s beloved comedy will be brought to joyful new life in a production filled with Jazz Era inspired music performed by a masterful cast.

 

All the shows this summer are great for the whole family, but we recommend Man in the Ceiling for ages 10 and up, Intimate Apparel, due to mature subject matter, for ages 12 and up and As You Like It for all ages.

Call the Box Office for more information
631-725-9500