Virtual Productions

Shoes Worn Through

4/24 @ 12pm EST, 4/24 @ 8pm EST,
4/25 @ 12pm EST, and 4/25 @ 8pm EST

General Admission – $8
The twelve dancing princesses, minus four. There’s a mystery in the palace and the Queen intends to figure it out. In this unique adaptation of the Grimm fairytale, eight princesses have been forbidden to dance, yet somehow, each morning, their dancing shoes are completely worn through. Queen Calla Lily and the girls’ governess, Madame Yarrow, enlist the help of the Royal Shoemaker to keep an eye on the sisters and see what’s going on. Princess Lillian, the oldest of the eight, wants to dance more than she wants to be queen, but there’s more to being a big sister than just dancing the night away. Through a fast-paced blend of timeless and new to be enjoyed by all ages, we see how one sister gives up so much to help her sisters find their happily ever after…with shoes worn through.

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Executive Director / Producer: Cali A.
Assistant Director: Olivia C.
Backstage Assistant: Katie H.

Princess Lillian: Katie H.
Princess Anthurium: Ariana G.
Princess Orchid: Olivia C.
Princess Rosie: Schyler W.
Princess Zinnia: Kylie B.
Princess Delphinium: Breanna F.
Princess Ixia: Alexa B.
Princess Daisy: Caitlyn J.
Queen Calla Lily: Charlotte T.
Madame Yarrow: Esther L.
Larkspur the Royal Shoemaker: Ian L.
Narrator 1: Sophie F.
Narrator 2: Maggie M.
Narrator 3: Cate E.

Actors Equity Library Theater Zoom Festival

“No Rest for a Soul,” A fifteen-minute play by Long Island playwright, Cindi Sansone-Braff, starring Long Island actors, Debi Toni and Peter Muir. An aging, one-hit wonder rock star has recently taken his own life. Now, as a Soul-in-Spirit, he is getting prepped to meet his maker, with the help of a Spirit Guide, known only as Second Keeper of the Records.Click on the following link to watch the play.https://pineyforkpress.comScroll down the page and click on: “No Rest for a Soul.” You can watch if for free. You can watch all the plays in the festival as well. If you liked this play, please send a text to 631-898-4205 saying your favorite play was, “No Rest for a Soul,” by Cindi Sansone-Braff.

Tea For Three: Lady Bird, Pat & Betty

Live-Streamed on YouTube One Night Only!      April 24 | 7:30 PM
Tickets available Monday, April 5th
A comedy/drama written by Eric H. Weinberger and Elaine Bromka
Produced and Directed by Kate Lenzo
Produced and Stage Managed by Karen Brucia

To purchase a ticket, click here.

Spring into Action

Virtual/Streaming:  3/26/2021 to 4/25/2021
Streaming online from March 26 through National Volunteer Week April 18-25 – Free Admission – REGISTER HERE

See the flyer here

Four plays which encourage volunteering and four organizations who need your help. Special Thanks to Saint Thomas Episcopal Church – Farmingdale NY for arranging for use of their space for “Never Underestimate the Power of A Bike” See the link on beginning March 26th. Post Production by Johnny Passadino.


Emily Vaeth, Gonzalo Vargas, Lucy McMichael and Chaz McCormack star in this play, by Claude Solnik, set in New York City during the pandemic.  SEE IT HERE

The Muse Anthology

Starting January 9th, EastLine Theatre will be presenting our first ever devised project, the Muse Anthology. The collective, made up of Paul DeFilippo, Aly Kantor, Rosemary Kurtz, Lisa Giunta-Popeil, Kyle Mahoney, Morgan Moffitt, Lisa Rudin, and Barbara Walsh, are using the ancient Greek Muses as a jumping off point to create their own original work. They will be released on a weekly basis and take many forms: short films, musical performances, and one live event.

To access the Anthology, CLICK HERE.


Through Soundscape Theater, “a new audio theater experience” a new theater that got creative and re-imagined things now that we are in a pandemic, comes Trilogy by Gloria Schramm, directed by Melanie Maria Goodreaux.  EXPERERIENCE IT HERE.

Theatre Three Off-Stage/On-Line – an exciting series of short works, each no longer than fifteen minutes.

The plays may be viewed on the Theatre Three’s YouTube channel.

The series is directed by Theatre Three’s Artistic Director Jeffrey Sanzel. Technical production is by Tim Haggerty and Eric J. Hughes. The entire series is made possible by the generous sponsorships of Alan Schelp and Andrew Markowitz. New premieres every Sunday and Wednesday night at 7:00 pm on YouTube, Facebook, and, of course, Theatre Three’s website: