Showcase Cinemas Brings Holiday Classics and World-Class Performances to the Big Screen
There’s something for everyone at Showcase this holiday season!
This winter, Showcase Cinemas’ Event Cinema will bring beloved holiday films and world-class stage performances to the big screen. Event Cinema expands the movie-going experience beyond the latest blockbuster films to include a wide range of compelling and unique live and recorded entertainment.
Capture the magic of the season as The Gateway magically transforms Patchogue Theatre’s stage into an ice rink for The Gateway’s Holiday Spectacular On Ice.
This enchanting musical celebration opens Thursday, December 15 and runs through January 1.
Kids’ tickets are half price!
Presented within the intimate environment of Patchogue Theatre, The Gateway’s Holiday Spectacular On Ice brings beloved holiday songs to life while emphasizing the beauty, grace, and artistry of figure skating. Featuring show-stopping singers and dancers, astonishing performance artistry, and even a few canine capers, this family-friendly musical celebration is literally the “coolest” show for all ages this season. The Gateway’s Holiday Spectacular On Ice stars championship figure skaters Rohene Ward and Ricky Dornbush and features Big Apple Circus‘ long-time animal trainer and presenter Jenny Vidbel with her performing dogs.
Long Island Area Showcase Cinemas Presents Blaze & The Monster Machines
On April 16 and 17, select Showcase Cinemas are proud to present Blaze & The Monster Machines, an hour-long animated movie for kids. The showing is part of Kidtoons, a series of family matinees that was reintroduced to Showcase theatres in February.
On Saturday morning, we had the opportunity to attend a sensory friendly performance of the Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, adapted and presented by the CM Performing Arts Center (CMPAC) in Oakdale. Named after the late founder and executive director, Noel S. Ruiz, the theater brings joy to so many theater-goers, and is an excellent way to introduce live theater to children – truly a gem in our community!
Super League Gaming Brings In-Theater ‘Minecraft’ Experience to
Farmingdale Multiplex Cinemas
On Saturday, December 12th, Super League Gaming, the world’s first in-theater gaming experience, is bringing their nationwide phenomenon to Long Island for a special one-time event at Farmingdale Multiplex Cinemas. Playing the world’s most popular video game, Minecraft, gamers and their families will take over the theater to play face-to-face like never before, in a fully immersive gameplay environment. Participants will play Super League’s “theater mode” Minecraft mod, which allows up to 100 gamers to play simultaneously while watching the live action unfold on-screen.