265 East Main Street, East Islip, NY 11730
Bayway Arts Center, is located at 265 E. Main Street, East Islip, NY. Parking is available both in front or the building and in the rear. In front, a brick walkway, three stone steps (or a ramp on either side) lead to a stone entryway and double doors. There are two street-level, single door entrances at the rear, leading to long hallways to the box office and theater entrance. There is no seating in the lobby.
Wide, carpeted aisles lead to all seats. The sets themselves are spacious. Wheelchair and companion seating are available. If you have any seating questions, call the box office (631) 226 - 8400.
Snacks are available in Nick's Cafe.
Multi-stall restrooms with handicapped stalls are located in the hallways near the rear exit doors, on either side of the theater. The men’s room is on one side, the ladies’ room on the other. There are no baby-changing facilities.
- Attraction Type: theater
Number of handicapped spaces: 10 total in front and rear in paved lot
Location of handicapped spaces: in both front and rear parking lots
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Transportation to venue offered: na
Places to rest: no benches
Paths and walkways: brick walkway
Location of handicapped entrance: at both front and rear
Doors: front - double doors, rear - 2 single door entrances
Number of floors: 1
Ramps: slight decline from theater entrance to seats
Steps and staircases: none inside
Width of aisles: wide, carpeted aisles in theater
Places to sit: newly upholstered, velvet seats
Location of restrooms: men's and ladies' rooms are at end of separate hallways near rear exits
Type of restroom: multi-stall, with handicapped-stall.
Ease of entry and exit: ok
Baby changing station: none
Available food services: Nick's Cafe
Friendliness of staff: Extremely friendly
Notes: Men's and ladies' rooms are in separate hallways on either side of the theater.
We have always loved seeing performances at the Bayway Arts Center in East Islip. Although it is now known as Studio Theatre’s Bayway Arts Center, we are sure we will continue to enjoy performances there.
Although I did not see a performance this time, I hope to be back for one soon. I was invited to see the work going on to ready the theater before the season begins.
Parking is still available both in front and back of the theater, with a total of 10 accessible spaces. In front, a brick walkway with three stone steps ( or a ramp on either side) lead to a stone entryway and double doors. There are two, street-level, single door entrances at the rear, leading to long hallways to the box office and theater entrance.
Wide, carpeted aisles (no steps) lead to all seats. The redone, velvet seats themselves are spacious and comfortable. Wheelchair and companion seating is available. If you have any questions, call the box office (631) 581-5119.
Multi-stall restrooms, with accessible stalls are located in the hallways near the rear entrances. Although a bit small, the accessible stalls are manageable. Entry and exit are easy. The men’s room is in one hallway, the ladies’ room in the other.
New to the venue is Nick’s Cafe, a lovely space for a drink, snack, or just a spot to sit and “chill.” At times there is live music to set the mood.
We look forward to seeing our first performance in this renovated space. We know it will be great!
As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to visit a venue’s website, www.studiotheatrelongisland.com, when planning a visit to learn more.