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Gateway’s socially distant acting classes start this week

The poster in the lobby had a shortlist of Gateway Acting Class alums who went on to television and stage, including Alexandra Vlachos (Broadway’s “Matilda”), Aidan Passaro …

Story has it that when artist Niel Peper waited in the car for an alternate-side parking space to open up, he captured the Manhattan scene in front of him. “It was on East 63rd and he …

With painterly and perceptive visions, Allison Davis O’Keefe and Larysa Sendich took photos of everyday places and scenes, illuminating their basic, lovely essences. Sendich’s view of …

Capturing the drama of this year is one Herculean task for an artist, but one that seasoned painter Jayne Dion has been able to fulfill. Selected by the Patchogue Arts Council for her …

How do you forgive historic massacres? And then a recent senseless killing? Campbell Dalglish, Plaza Cinema cofounder, began a documentary eight years ago looking for answers when he flew …

Wait! The 59-by-47 painting in the front of the gallery looks familiar. “We have three paintings in this exhib- it where the artist references classical artwork,” said Marquee …

Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts has hired Michele Rizzo-Berg to step in as new director and lead the way through this pandemic time. Rizzo-Berg served as center director for 15 years at the …

Rev. Dwight Lee Wolter’s new book, “Loneliness Book of World Records,” offers a creative way of looking at lone- liness, especially in this pandemic. As he writes, it can …

Remember Joe Forbrich, the Bellport High School and Playcrafters grad who was an understudy in the 2013 play, “Lucky Guy,” about journalist and Bellporter Mike McAlary? That hit …

The north parking lot at The Gateway was empty, but executive artistic director Paul Allan was measuring details, like how many cars could be serviced for a movie drive-in. The projector would …

The top-notch summer musicals The Gateway is known for won’t grace the stage this year, but they will in 2021. The same lineup pitched for the season, “Evita,” “Next to …

Four-time Emmy award-winning TV host and producer Bill Boggs is debuting “The Adventures of Spike the Wonder Dog: As Told to Bill Boggs” as an adult antidote to these challenging …

Suzanne McKenna Link wrote “Finding Edward” over the last year, scheduling the book’s release before the wave of the current pandemic crashed over the world. The story follows …

The William Floyd School District music department has been named a “Best Community for Music Education” by the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation, an honor given to …

You can watch a brand new release cosseted on your couch. Sometimes you can even pair the moment with a cocktail and special snacks. Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center is offering virtual …

Two Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts staffers who were let go in early April, were rehired over this past week. Box office manager Justin Pandolfi and marketing and public relations director …

The Gateway board of directors and staff has announced their summer season will start July 1, 2020. “It’s not written in stone, but as of now that seems to be the sensible …

Patchogue Arts Council and the Museum of Contemporary Art Long Island (PAC/MoCA L.I.) will be hosting a virtual universal celebration of the arts produced and shared while in quarantine. The …

A few weeks ago, the Gateway School for the Performing Arts began hosting biweekly Facebook Live and Instagram events with the hopes of eventually launching some online classes. Students have …

You can have Sessions With The Stars with The Gateway. Not in their theater, but through a Facebook Live web series. “The Sound of Music” leads Ryan K. Bailer and Brandi Burkhardt …

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