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● Patchogue Theatre will open, with all safety precautions in place, as soon as NYS allows us.

● We are currently making necessary upgrades and establishing guidelines to keep our staff, performers, and audience safe when we open.

● We will recover! Your support will help sustain us as we shift our programming and develop new ways to serve as an innovative cultural resource to our community.
 
As Long Island businesses brace for the winter, Arts & Entertainment venues like the Theatre are still uncertain as to how we will be able to resume “normal” operations.
 
The health and safety of our patrons, staff, and community is, first and foremost, the priority. We are working diligently to ensure that we create an environment that is safe and within the government mandated recommendations.
 
We are also devising ways in which we will be able to utilize our unique spaces within the theater, such as our loading dock and lobby, so there’s different places, in the building, where we can host artists.
 
Patchogue Theatre has always been a beacon on Main Street, evolving from what was formerly known as the Ward & Glynne’s Theater, instituted in 1923. Since then, the theatre has been a catalyst for growth in the Village of Patchogue. In December 1998, the theatre you now know and love, became the Patchogue Theatre.
                                                                                                                                      
Throughout the years, Patchogue Theatre has played the lead role in the revitalization of Patchogue. Though, like so many other performing arts spaces around the world, we are now facing economic uncertainty. In an effort for us to continue our mission, we are asking you, our dedicated guests, supporters of live entertainment and the arts, to support us on our journey with a tax-deductible donation. With our curtain closed and our lights dim, your donation will help sustain us so that we may welcome our community back when the time is right.
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Campaigns: PTPA Relief Fund









● Patchogue Theatre will open, with all safety precautions in place, as soon as NYS allows us.

● We are currently making necessary upgrades and establishing guidelines to keep our staff, performers, and audience safe when we open.

● We will recover! Your support will help sustain us as we shift our programming and develop new ways to serve as an innovative cultural resource to our community.
 
As Long Island businesses brace for the winter, Arts & Entertainment venues like the Theatre are still uncertain as to how we will be able to resume “normal” operations.
 
The health and safety of our patrons, staff, and community is, first and foremost, the priority. We are working diligently to ensure that we create an environment that is safe and within the government mandated recommendations.
 
We are also devising ways in which we will be able to utilize our unique spaces within the theater, such as our loading dock and lobby, so there’s different places, in the building, where we can host artists.
 
Patchogue Theatre has always been a beacon on Main Street, evolving from what was formerly known as the Ward & Glynne’s Theater, instituted in 1923. Since then, the theatre has been a catalyst for growth in the Village of Patchogue. In December 1998, the theatre you now know and love, became the Patchogue Theatre.
                                                                                                                                      
Throughout the years, Patchogue Theatre has played the lead role in the revitalization of Patchogue. Though, like so many other performing arts spaces around the world, we are now facing economic uncertainty. In an effort for us to continue our mission, we are asking you, our dedicated guests, supporters of live entertainment and the arts, to support us on our journey with a tax-deductible donation. With our curtain closed and our lights dim, your donation will help sustain us so that we may welcome our community back when the time is right.












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