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The Gateway

215 South Country Rd , Bellport 11713

Phone: 631-286-1133 Fax: 631-286-5806

Since 1950, The Gateway has become Long Island’s home for Broadway-quality entertainment. What was once one of the top ten summer theatres (Robert Duvall & Gene Hackman began their careers here!) has now expanded to include a five-show Summer season of musicals, a summer Children’s Theatre series, a winter Holiday season – plus special events throughout the year. Shows are presented at the 500-seat Gateway Playhouse (in Bellport) and at the 1200-seat Patchogue Theatre. Additionally, over 300 students each year – from Montauk to Manhattan – receive professional-level training at The Gateway Acting School.
 

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    • Rob gave a 4/5 star rating

      The acting school is just unbelievably wonderful! My daughter says it is the best training she's ...
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      We have been to a couple of shows here this year. During the summer we came ...
    • Rob gave a 4/5 star rating

      We got amazing seats the last time we were here, and had more fun than ever. ...
    • Rob gave a 4/5 star rating

      Our kids love their acting classes and workshops, and have an amazing opportunity here to learn ...
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