Screening Tickets and Season Passes
2020 Spring Season Passes
2020 Spring Early Bird Season Passes Now Available
To accommodate our loyal patrons and those who may want to buy a spring pass as a gift for the upcoming holidays, we are starting to sell our Early Bird passes really early! The cost of the pass is $40, good for all 7 films in the regular spring series, which includes the following dates: April 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, June 1 and 8. All pass holders are guaranteed seating at all spring season films and will receive an extra added bonus of one voucher per pass, to give to someone special to attend one 2020 spring series film with you. This is a $24 savings off the regular price of individual tickets (including cost of the voucher)!
Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band
BUY TICKETS FOR OUR PRE-SEASON SPECIAL EVENT: Tribute Concert to The Band, Film, ONCE WERE BROTHERS: ROBBIE ROBERTSON AND THE BAND and Q&A with Director, Daniel Roher, moderated by Tom Needham, Host of The Sounds of Film on WUSB radio on April 6th at Theatre Three, $15 all inclusive here:
We are very excited to be including in our schedule two amazing new venues, Comsewogue High School for our series opening night (see below) and JFK Middle school in Port Jeff Station. Both of these venues have ample raked seating and parking, a large screen to view our films and are handicapped accessible. We will, of course, also be screening at Theatre Three where all the magic began.
Although our schedule is still in flux, we are planning to present two blockbuster music documentaries, one at our SPRING SPECIAL EVENT on April 6th at Theatre Three and one at the 2020 Spring Series Opening Night on April 20 at Comsewogue High School. We are pleased to announce that our opening night film on April 20th will be the dazzling BORN INTO THE GIG. With candor, humor and a lot of fantastic music, BORN INTO THE GIG examines how the kids of James Taylor and Carley Simon, Bill Withers, Stephen Stills and the grandson of Bob Marley have dealt with the immense pressure of doing the same thing as their famous parents and grandparent. The film is packed with amazing music from Sally Taylor, Ben Taylor, Kori Withers, Chris Stills, and Skip Marley. Expected to attend: Directors, Kate Davis and David Heilbroner, Producer, Tamara Weiss, some of the kids and possibly more!
Watch for announcement of info and ticket sales for our SPRING SPECIAL EVENT on April 6th!
2020 Spring Season Individual Screening Tickets
Information coming soon.
FOR TICKETS PURCHASED ONLINE:
You will not receive a hard copy ticket. We have an advance ticket list and we ask that you please print your PayPal receipt or have your Paypal receipt on your phone as further documentation. The screening is open seating, no assigned seats. Thank you!
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Tickets are $8 per person, sold on our website or at the door on the night of screenings (no credit cards), except for special events, as noted. Seating at LIM is limited to the first 120 people. Please arrive early if buying tickets at the door to guarantee seating.
Please double check the website or Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for any changes.
The theater opens approximately 30 minutes prior to screening time.
Directions to Our Screening Venues
412 Main St, Port Jefferson, NY
In the heart of Port Jefferson Village, Theatre Three is a non-profit agency supported by New York State Council on the Arts and funded by Suffolk County’s Office of Cultural Affairs. Theatre Three occupies Athena Hall, an historic venue that has hosted live productions, concerts and film screenings for over 130 years.
From New York City or Eastern Long Island, take the Long Island Expressway (LIE, I-495) to exit 62.
Take exit 62 Country Rd 97/Nicolls Road North, follow signage Blue Point/Stony Brook.
Continue north, turn right on 347 East.
Continue east on 347 for 2.5 miles.
Turn left (north) on Route 112/Patchogue Road for .6 mile; continue north as name changes to Main Street, for 1.3 miles. Theater is on left.
Parking is available on the street and in adjacent lot.
Note: This theater is handicapped-accessible.
Parking for Screenings at Theatre Three:
There are a number of options for parking:
— The lot that is adjacent to Theatre Three is okay to park in after 6PM. There is a section behind the stores with a number of spots.
— There is parking on side streets across from Theatre Three, but please make sure you read the signs as to what side of the street you may park on.
— Metered parking is available off of Maple Place, which is just past Theatre Three off of Main St. on the left coming from the South and on the right coming from the North. It is just across from the fire station. It is 50 cents ($.50) an hour, so for 4 hours the cost would be $2.00. You may use coins, dollar bills or a credit card to pay in advance for parking.
— Metered parking is also available on both sides of the street off of Arden Place which is the street just past Starbucks coming from the South (on the right) and just past The Gap coming from the North (on the left) of Main St.
— Handicap Parking in metered parking lots is always free of charge, as long as you display your handicapped tag.
— Click link for more info about Port Jefferson Village metered parking:
— There is parking allowed on E. Main Street, off of Main Street, if you park there after 6PM (as there is a 2 hour parking limit only up until 8PM). As you come into the town on Main St. from the South, it is on your right or through the town from the North, it is on your left.
**DO NOT PARK ON MAIN STREET! It is either not allowed or a very restricted time frame (1/2 hour to an hour).
The Long Island Museum
1200 NY-25A, Stony Brook, NY
The Long Island Museum, founded in 1939 as the Museums at Stony Brook, changed its name in 2000. It is known for its collection of over 200 carriages and its extensive collection of work by the Hudson River School painter, William Sidney Mount and over 4000 other paintings, sculptures and prints. Since 1939, the museum has grown to become a leading cultural institution on Long Island and the only Smithsonian Affiliate in the region.
This venue is wheel chair accessible
Take the Long Island Expressway (Route 495) to Exit 62. Proceed north on County Road 97 (Nicolls Road) to its end. Turn left onto Route 25A for 1-1 1/2 miles, to the intersection of 25A and Main Street in Stony Brook (traffic light). Turn left onto the continuation of Route 25A. Make the first left turn onto Blydenburg Lane. There are 2 parking lots on the left (denoted with a P on the map). If both lots are full, you may park across the street in front of the Main Entrance of the museum (#1) and cross over Route 25A at the Traffic Light and Crosswalk (#4).
**The Port Jefferson Documentary Series films are screened at the Gillespie Room in the Carriage House Museum(#6).
Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University in
100 Nicolls Road, Stony Brook, NY 11790
Take the Long Island Expressway (Route 495) to Exit 62. Follow Nicolls Road (Route 97) north for 9 miles.
Stony Brook Administrative Parking Garage: $4.00 an hour on Mondays. We suggest that you choose one of the other options below, as parking in the garage will cost $12 for a 3 hour stay.
Meter Parking: $2.50 an hour until 7PM, then free on Mondays. If you park at a metered spot after 6PM it will cost a total of $2.50, as parking is free after 7PM.
The Red Faculty/Staff Lot: unrestricted and free after 4PM on Mondays. For the closest faculty lots enter Shirley Kenny Drive (Main Entrance) and make a right on Circle Road. There is a large faculty lot on the right and a smaller faculty lot on the left just behind the Wang Center. Metered parking ($2.50 an hour) is also available in both these lots, but you only have to pay until 7PM.
Please disregard parking fees on the map because the cost has gone up, but this is the best map we found to show local parking near the Charles B. Wang Center: