Theatre Three

Theatre Three Productions offers groups the joys of live professional theatre in a historic theatre facility. Located in Port Jefferson’s 160-year-old Athena Hall, the theater can accommodate over 400 people. Theatre Three offers a variety of performances for school day field trips.
Groups will love Theatre Three’s Children’s Theatre, the only Long Island company committed to producing world premiere one-hour musicals. Productions focus on valuable lessons including safety, kindness, and acceptance. Shows have included original takes on Little Red Riding Hood, The Adventures of Peter Rabbit, and Cinderella, among many others.  In addition, Theatre Three offers matinee performances of its fully-produced Mainstage productions which include musicals, comedies, dramas, and classics—most notably it’s critically acclaimed A Christmas Carol, presented for over three decades.  In addition, Mainstage performances have included Oliver!, Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Man of La Mancha, Of Mice and Men, To Kill a Mockingbird, etc.
Performances allow groups to meet the cast as well as participate in talk-back sessions.  Special discounts are available for groups of 10 or more.
Contact Info 
Address: 412 Main St, Port Jefferson, NY 11777. Suffolk County. Tel: 631-928-9100. Email: Website: Hrs: Mon.-Sat. 10AM-5PM. Contact: Doug, 631-928-1130.
Trip Info
Grade Level: All grades. Activity Type: Day Trips, Performances. Recomm. Length of Visit: 1 hour. Cost: Fee. 

Museums Fun Facts

Museums are collections - of artifacts, paintings, etc. Talk about what types of collections campers have at home – be they stamps, baseball cards, or other items.

Use this comparison to frame some activities: talk about how museum collections came to be. Who collected and gathered the items on display? Compare this to how campers gathered their own collections at home. Also talk about (both with campers and museum staff) how the exhibits at the museum are arranged – such as the lighting and temperature for a certain exhibit.

Have campers set up a “Trip Museum” back at camp, consisting of items they’ve obtained on field trips; think of it as a group show and tell, where everyone participates and contributes to the collection.