Scenes from Patchogue Theatre’s first ‘Music Under the Marquee’


The Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts had its first live show with a crowd post quarantine on Sunday afternoon — and it was a hit.

At 6:30 p.m., the theatre held Music Under the Marquee, a live show in front of the theatre with a performance by Cassandra House Music. Tickets included food by PeraBell and beverages from Blue Point Brewery.

To adhere to social distancing guidelines, the event capped out at nine tables of four people, with each group 10 feet apart from each other.

The show was announced mid-July and tickets were immediately sold out.

Because of its success, the theatre’s head of marketing, Jodi Giambrone, says an encore could happen as soon as a few weeks from now.

Check back here more information on the second Music Under the Marquee.

Scroll down to see photos from Sunday. Photos are by Giambrone.