Theatre Three Productions 412 Main Street, Port Jefferson, NY11777 Established in 1969, Theater Three Productions is a non-profit professional theater group that strives to develop an…More appreciation for live performance among the residents of Long Island. Each year, Theater Three provides guests with seven main stage productions, including two plays, four musicals and the company's annual performance of A Christmas Carol. Additionally, the theater's second-stage also offers a year-round schedule of one-act plays, readings and cabaret performances, as well as cutting-edge dramas and comedies. For more information, contact Theater Three Productions at the provided telephone number or visit its website.
Located in downtown Port Jefferson near Theater Three, Performing Arts Studio offers classes for children and adults.…More The school specializes in theater arts, focusing on singing, acting and dancing. Classes vary each season. See the website for full schedule.
The studio also hosts theatrical birthday parties featuring themes such as High School Musical, Star Wars and more.
PJ Cinemas 1068 Route 112, Port Jefferson Station, NY11776 Forget the impersonal big-box multiplexes. Area moviegoers come to PJ Cinemas for the personality of the place and its…More owner and the fact that it's been in the community for many years. The telephone listings are read with the distinctive deadpan humor of Phil, the theater's owner, and the "board" inside features some of the same famous commentary. It's a true hometown movie theater. PJ Cinemas shows first-run movies at good prices, and the concession stand is well stocked with popcorn, candy, and soda.
Theatre Three 412 Main St, Port Jefferson, NY11777 Originally opened as a film theater back in 1969, Theatre Three has remained a favorite place to attend great…More productions of classic plays and so much more! The theater, located in the heart of downtown Port Jefferson Village, offers a year-round lineup to appeal to all ages, including family-friendly shows and children's acting classes. Theatre Three also hosts Friday Night Stand Up and conducts an annual Festival Of One Act Plays with submissions entered by local writers. But perhaps the biggest, most memorable tradition is the community-infused adaptation of A Christmas Carol.