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Address: John W. Engeman Theater, 250 Main Street, Northport, NY 11768 Get Google Map Directions

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From the West (NYC, Nassau County)

  1. Merge onto I-495 E (Long Island Expressway) 25.5 miles
  2. Merge onto NORTHERN PKWY E via EXIT 42 toward HAUPPAUGE. 11.1 miles
  3. Take EXIT 42N toward CR-66 N / NORTHPORT. 0.1 miles
  4. Merge onto DEER PARK RD / DEER PARK AVE. 0.1 miles
  5. DEER PARK RD / DEER PARK AVE becomes CR-66 N / E DEER PARK RD. 0.8 miles
  6. CR-66 N / E DEER PARK RD becomes E JERICHO TURNPIKE / NY-25. 0.2 miles
  7. Turn LEFT onto ELWOOD RD / CR-10. 3.9 miles
  8. ELWOOD RD / CR-10 becomes RESERVOIR AVE. 0.4 miles
  9. Turn LEFT onto CHURCH ST. 0.3 miles
  10. Turn LEFT onto MAIN ST. 0.1 miles
  11. John W. Engeman Theater at Northport is on left side of Main Street.

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From the East

  1. Long Island Expressway east to Sagtikos Parkway North
  2. Exit Sagtikos Parkway last exit before Park toll Route 25A West
  3. Make right turn onto Main Street at Pumpernickels Restaurant
  4. John W. Engeman Theater at Northport is on left side of Main Street

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By Long Island Railroad

  1. Train to Northport Station
  2. Start out going NORTH on LARKFIELD RD toward 10TH AVE.
  3. LARKFIELD RD becomes LAUREL RD
  4. Stay STRAIGHT to go onto VERNON VALLEY RD.
  5. Turn LEFT onto FORT SALONGA RD / NY-25A
  6. Turn RIGHT onto MAIN ST.
  7. John W. Engeman Theater at Northport is on left side of Main Street

There is plenty of parking available in the Village of Northport.  With ample on-street parking and a convenient , spacious lot just 2 and a half blocks from the theater, you’ll have the opportunity to experience a taste of Northport’s undeniable charm. Park down by the dock and take a leisurely stroll up Main Street where the trolley cars once ran.  Visit the many shops and eating establishments providing friendly (and delicious) distractions along the way.  Leave a bit of time before the show and you’ll be glad you’re not in a rush, experiencing the very best Northport has to offer!

As an incorporated village, it is part of the famous “Gold Coast,” lying between the townships of Huntington and Smithtown along Route 25A (also known as Fort Salonga Road and North Country Road). Northport’s famous Main Street, with its nineteenth century trolley tracks still in place, splits off from Route 25A and continues towards a magnificent view of scenic Great Cow Harbor. Numerous Victorian and 18th century homesteads, shops, and storefronts, all carefully preserved, line both sides of the street.

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