Landmark on Main Street Announces Exciting Summer Programming

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Landmark on Main Street Announces Exciting Summer ProgrammingPrepare to dial up the heat this summer at the Jeanne Rimsky Theater at Landmark on Main Street. A summer's worth of exciting shows, community events, and guest presenters are on deck at Port Washington's premier theater and community center-a schedule sure to produce unforgettable experiences for all ages and interests.

The summer's highlight is Patty Griffin, July 29th at 7:00PM. The seven-time GRAMMY Award nominee has produced nine classic studio albums and two live collections over the course of her storied twenty-year career. Patty Griffin's dazzling body of work as an American singer-songwriter will be on full display at Landmark's first show of the 2018-19 season. Tickets are going fast, so be sure to contact Landmark's box office at 516.767.6444 to secure your spot soon.

Sponsored by: Sahn, Ward, Coschignano, PLLC

Tickets: Premium $58 ($53 Friends) • Select $53 ($48 Friends) • Standard $48 ($43 Friends)

Also continuing through the summer is our signature free Afternoon T.E.A. program. Afternoon T.E.A. is the premier theater, entertainment, and arts series designed for retirees and those 55+ years of age. Presented at 2 PM two Wednesdays per month in the air conditioned Jeanne Rimsky Theater, the events include free tea and refreshments starting at 1:30 PM. Musical performers include:

June 13 Classical Jazz with the Paul Joseph Trio

June 20 Magic & Comedy with Pat Darienzo

July 11 Estilo Jazz with Style

July 25 Vintage Bliss: History of Rock & Roll

Sept 12 Warren Schein: The Great American Songbook

Mini-Series: Spotlight on Marilyn Monroe

August 8 Film: Niagara

August 29 Film: Some Like it Hot

Sept 26 Marilyn Carminio presents Marilyn Monroe: a multi-media lecture

Hot tea is provided by SerendipiTEA. Free admission to Afternoon T.E.A. is made possible by the support of the Manhasset Community Fund: Greentree Foundation "Good Neighbor" Fund, New York Community Bank Foundation, AARP and Daniel Gale Sotheby's of Port Washington.

Landmark hosts two important Port Washington community events this summer:

Blood Drive for Aplastic Anemia Awareness in memory of Brittany Baron, Monday, July 9, 3-7:30PM. Please visit to view the donor eligibility criteria. To schedule an appointment contact Carol Barron at 516.767.9421 or (walk-ins are welcome). For medical and travel questions concerning blood donations call 1.800.688.0900.

Chris Pepe in Concert, Sunday, August 26. With special guests A Second Life & Kingfisher. Partial proceeds go to, raising awareness and funding for a cure of FOXG1 Syndrome. Tickets $21.50 at (service charges apply)

A pair of dramatic shows with 4-week runs round out the summer.

Raunchy Little Musical - Belle Barth is Back! June 29 through July 22, matinees & evenings. A hilarious 90-minute performance that chronicles the launch of Belle Barth, the original irreverent female comic the 50's Queen of Crass who broke the glass ceiling for Amy Schumer, Joan Rivers and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Tickets $39 to $54 at 212.868.4444 or online at

My Son the Waiter - A Jewish Tragedy, August 2 through September 2, Thursdays, Fridays, and weekends, matinees & evenings. The hit New York comedy actor/comedian Brad Zimmerman's moving and hilarious story about the grit and passion required to "make it" as an artist. Tickets $45 - $65 at 855.448.7469 or online at

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Our 2017-18 Season is made possible thanks to our Partners in Performing Arts: Capell, Barnett, Matalon & Schoenfeld, Harding Real Estate, Hicks Nurseries, Peter & Jeri Dejana Family Foundation, Peter A. Forman Charitable Foundation, Town of North Hempstead and Winthrop University Hospital. Landmark on Main Street also receives support from the New York State Council on the Arts.

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