Free Theater Events

OUMUAMUA
The First Interstellar Visitor

Wednesday, May 8, 7pm
The first body of interstellar origin was discovered as it passed through the inner Spolar System on October of 2017. It was given the name "Oumuamua," after the Hawaiian term for "scout." Professor Phil Armitage, Astrophysicist, Stony Brook University, will discuss what we know about this intersteallar visitor. An RSVP is required.
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JDT LAB
Ball of Redemption by Ellen DolanThursday, May 30, 7pm
A workshop production of a new dark family comedy by As the World Turns star Ellen Dolan. An RSVP is required for this event.
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Word Up!
Wednesday, June 5, 6pm
Come join Montauk School’s 7th Grade English Students in our John Drew Theater for a sharing of original poetry and performance
created during our annual Word Up! residency. An RSVP is strongly recommended for this event.
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JDT LAB

The Violin Maker: A musical by Stephen Dickman
Monday, June 10, 7:30pm

Come with us and enter a town not found on any map, where the magical sound of the violin fills the air every day. An RSVP is required for this event.
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BAY STREET THEATER & GUILD HALL PRESENT
UNDER THE STARS

The Romeo & Juliet Project


Friday, August 16, 7pm

A new musical featuring the music of Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo. Special VIP Sponsor seating available, call 631-324-4051 for more information. Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor.
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JDT LAB

The Daerie Queene by Savannah Hankinson

Friday, September 27, 8pm
The Daerie Queene explores the hilarity in grief and promises to keep the audience laughing to the bitter end. An RSVP is required for this event.
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