‘Grease’ takes the stage at Babylon Village’s Argyle Theatre, now until Aug. 27


Argyle Theatre’s last show of its production season is here — and it’s electrifying!

Sponsored by The Post Office Café, the Tony-nominated musical “Grease” premiered on July 6 at the Babylon Village theater and runs until Aug. 27.

That’s good for eight weeks and almost 40 performances .

The iconic musical set in the late 1950s love story between high schoolers Danny Zuko, a greaser, and Sandy Dumbrowski, a “good girl,” as they navigate the challenges of teenage life and social cliques, ultimately learning important lessons about self-acceptance and authenticity.

Eugenio Contenti takes on the role of director and choreographer for the show, while Jonathan Brenner leads the musical direction, according to Broadway World.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.argyletheatre.com or by calling 631-230-3500.

Click here for photos from opening night.

Top: Scene from “Grease” playing at Babylon Village’s Argyle Theatre. (Credit: Genevieve Rafter Keddy)