2023 Mainstage Season Subscription:
One seat to each of the three shows on the 2023 Mainstage calendar.
Choose the day of the week and performance time, and your seat will be ready and waiting for ALL THREE mainstage productions!
The fixed seating package will allow you to sit in the same seat for each show, and roll your seat selection over to future seasons.
Save more than 10% on standard ticket prices.
Best seats available in house before the general public.
Unlimited free ticket exchanges if plans change.
Matinee performances available.
Price ranges for the Season Subscription are:
Premium Seating: $347 for evenings or $306 for matinees
Regular Seating: $252 for evenings or $245 for matinees
*Premium seating includes the first five rows in all three Center sections.
Bay Street Box Office: 631-725-9500 | firstname.lastname@example.org
May 30–June 18
The world premiere of a new musical by MADELINE MYERS
Directed by SCOTT SCHWARTZ
In the early 1950s, the race to discover the structure of DNA grips the scientific community. One brilliant young researcher, Rosalind Franklin, contends with adversity, anti-semitism, and love to uncover one of life's great mysteries. But will she sacrifice what makes her human, in order to discover what makes us human?
DIAL M FOR MURDER
June 27–July 23
By FREDERICK KNOTT
Adapted by JEFFREY HATCHER
Directed by WALTER BOBBIE
An edge-of-your-seat, new adaptation of the celebrated suspense thriller made famous by Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 masterpiece film. Tony suspects his wife, Margot—a wealthy socialite—is having an affair. As he plots to have her killed in this stylish game of cat and mouse, the tension grows, and the twists and turns will keep you guessing until the very end.
TALES FROM THE GUTTENBERG BIBLE
STARRING STEVE GUTTENBERG
A new comedy by STEVE GUTTENBERG
Directed by DAVID SAINT
A farcical, laugh-out-loud story journeying from the Guttenberg’s family home on Long Island to the glamour of Hollywood as told by Guttenberg himself.
The 2023 Mainstage Season at Bay Street Theater is made possible, in part, by The Shubert Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts, Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning: Office of Cultural Affairs, Hollander Design Landscape Architects, Maggio Environmental, Northwell Health, Peconic Landing, The Awning Company, and Weill Cornell Medicine.