2024 Mainstage Subscriptions


2024 Mainstage Subscriptions Are Now Available!

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Save up to 10% on standard ticket prices!

2024 Mainstage Season Subscription:
One seat to each of the three shows on the 2024 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. 

Benefits Include:

  • Save more than 10% on standard ticket prices.
  • Best Seats for the best price
  • Best seats available in house before the general public.
  • Unlimited free ticket exchanges if plans change (no fee change if purchase is within the same category) 
  • Subscribers are given first access to retain their same seats or upgrade if they wish.
  • Seats are exchangeable for different dates (based on availability) , so if you get sick or your plans change, no need to worry! Simply call the box office and let them know.
  • Early access to certain shows
  • Parties
  • Discounts
  • And more!

    Price ranges for the Season Subscription are:
    Premium Seating starting $351.87
    Regular Seating starting at $257.37 
    *Premium seating includes the first five rows in all three Center sections.

Bay Street Box Office: 631-725-9500 | boxoffice@baystreet.org

The Subject Was Roses

May 28 - June 16

Book By Frank D. Gilroy


Talia Balsam

John Slattery

Photo Credit (Greg Gorman)

Harry Slattery

Directed by Scott Wittman 

Like roses, family relationships are beautiful but thorny. This Pulitzer Prize and two-time Tony Award-winning play is a poignant drama set in The Bronx in 1946 about the emotional struggles and hidden tensions within a family as their son returns from service in WWII. As they confront their past and present, this timeless play explores enduring themes of reconciliation and the fragility of love. 



Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein

August 1 – August 25

In Association with Berkshire Theatre Group & Geva Theatre

Music & lyrics by Mel Brooks

Book by Mel Brooks & Thomas Meehan

Original direction & choreography by Susan Stroman

Directed by Stuart Ross

Choreography by Gerry Mcintyre


 The comedic genius of Mel Brooks combines with classic B-movie horror in this hilarious musical based on his beloved film. The young American doctor Frederick Frankenstein (“that’s pronounced Fronkensteen!”) is summoned to Transylvania to claim his Grandfather Victor’s estate. Little does he know that this journey will change not only his life, but those of everyone around him, including his sidekick Igor, the beautiful assistant Inga, and a brand-new Monster made for Musical Comedy Heaven. Brace yourself for a wild and inventive production of this side-splitting musical comedy from the director and choreographer of Bay Street’s hit “Enter Laughing”.

A To-Be-Announced Exciting Show!
June 25 - July 21


The 2024 Mainstage Season at Bay Street Theater is made possible, in part, by the Bay Street Theater Board of Trustees, Associate Producers David Fink, Keith Green & Ann Ciardullo, Myra Hackel, and Wendy Hashmall, New York State Council on the Arts, Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning: Office of Cultural Affairs, The Neuwirth Foundation, AARP Long Island, Aboff’s Paints, Adam Miller Group, Advantage Title, Baron’s Cove, Bartlett Tree, CeeJack Team, Channing Daughters, Corcoran, Dave Bofill Marine, Dayton, Ritz + Osborne Insurance, DIME, DiSunno Architecture, Fisher’s Home Furnishings, Grenning Gallery, Harbor Pets, Hollander Design Landscape Architects, Jewish Center of the Hamptons, LaGuardia Design Group, London Jewelers, Maggio Environmental Services, Mala Sander + Team, National Grid, Northwell Health, Peconic Landing, Propane Depot, PSEG Long Island, REVCO Lighting, Risk Strategies, Rocco Carriero Wealth Partners, Roeloffs, Sag Harbor Garden Center, Six Sigma Auto Group, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, The Awning Company, Unlimited Earth Care, Weber & Grahn and Weill Cornell Medicine.