Five Fun Events On Long Island May 7-13

 

Looking for something fun to do this week? Check out these events happening in your area!

1

On May 9, the The Gateway Playhouse in Bellport opens the 2018 season with its production of the legendary musical, A Chorus Line. This “audition of a lifetime” is the musical for everyone who’s ever had a dream of making it in showbiz.

2

On May 10, The Paramount presents The Indigo Girls! Twenty years after they began releasing records, the Indigo Girls’ Amy and Emily continue to entertain with their timeless, youthful enthusiasm.

3

On May 11, The Patchogue Theatre presents Rebel Rebel: The Many Lives Of David Bowie. Relive Bowie’s greatest hits as three artists capture Ziggy Stardust, The Thing White Duke and Iconic Bowie.

Can’t get enough? Check out David Bowie Is, the exhibition on display at the Brooklyn Museum.

4

On May 12, The Long Island Comedy Festival brings another outrageous night of live stand-up comedy to The Comedy Club @ Theatre Three in Port Jefferson.

5

Now through May 12, follow the bad boy with a good heart in pursuit of truth, justice and rock and roll. This is your last chance to see the Long Island premiere for the John Waters cult classic Cry-Baby the Musical at the Noel S. Ruiz Theater in Oakdale.

Plan your week with Jenny Shep and check out more events at MyLITV.com/events.

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