Dear Y Boulton Center Patrons and Ticket Holders:

 

The Y Boulton Center is closely monitoring the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and is prioritizing the health and well-being of it’s patrons, artists and employees.

 

At present, the following shows have been postponed or rescheduled:

 

BIG LAUGHS: UP & COMERS – Friday, March 13th

NEW DATE – Friday, June 5th

 

START MAKING SENSE – Friday, March 27th

NEW DATE – TBD

 

COCO MONTOYA & RONNIE BAKER BROOKS – Sunday, March 29th

NEW DATE – Monday, September 28th

 

BIG LAUGHS – Friday, April 3rd

NEW DATE – TBD

 

DAR WILLIAMS – Thursday, April 16th

NEW DATE – Saturday, August 1st

 

KERRY KEARNEY & JACK LICITRA – Satuday, April 25th

NEW DATE – TBD

 

DAVID ARCHULETA – Friday, May 1st

NEW DATE – TBD

 

TIM REYNOLDS – Thursday, May 14th

NEW DATE – TBD

 

ROBYN HITCHCOCK – Sunday, May 17th

NEW DATE – TBD

 

All future shows are still running as scheduled. We will communicate any changes in our programming that may occur. If you cannot attend the rescheduled date and would like a patron credit or refund, please email boultoncenter@ymcali.org or call 631-969-1101 (kindly, leave a message).

 

We will continue to monitor the situation daily and follow the guidance of the CDC and local health authorities. The safety of our theater patrons will remain the main priority.

 

We thank you for being a part of our Y Boulton Center Theater and look forward to seeing all of you at our upcoming shows. We appreciate your patience at this time.

 

 

Regards,

 

Y Boulton Center Staff

 

 

37 West Main Street, Bay Shore, NY, 11706 631-969-1101

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The Y Boulton Center for the Performing Arts is part of the Great South Bay YMCA. Located in downtown Bay Shore, the Y Boulton Center is a premier cultural institution on Long Island.  Our mission is to provide high quality arts programming that entertains, educates and inspires the culturally, racially and economically diverse population of Long Island. A wide range of programs and classes are offered across the arts spectrum including music, theater, film and comedy. Particular emphasis is placed on education and outreach.