What do you feel like doing tonight? Stars are shining at the Playhouse, movies are playing at the Leavitt movie house, showtunes at the Front Porch Piano Bar, or dancing at MaineStreet Disco. Ogunquit also features gay comedy acts cabarets, live music, art exhibits, classical music at the Dunaway centre or just a simple stroll though town to see the sights!
Booth Productions is located at the Betty Doon Motel on the Village Square, just a short walk from both Ogunquit Beach and the Marginal Way. This small, black box style theatre attracts both residents and those vacationing in the Ogunquit area.
Hackmatack Playhouse was founded in 1972 by S. Carleton Guptill. He envisioned a summer stock theatre that would showcase the talents of professional and developing thespians from the regional area.
Many theatre goers have called Hackmatack one of New England's most charming and quaint summer theatres. Some have even said that summer in Maine is not summer without a trip to Hackmatack. Much of the allure of this playhouse is its scenic location and historical presence.
Hackmatack Playhouse is located on the Guptill family farmstead. The property was purchased by the first Guptill (then Gubtail) to make the long trip to "New England" from native British Isles in the mid 1600's. Thomas Guptill built the first home, a log house which sat in the far left of the present day field overlooking the irrigation pond. According to family legend, this home was burnt down by Indians during one of the many raids on the Salmon Falls river region. The present day farmhouse was constructed between the years of 1716-2005 to appease the needs of an ever-changing diverse and dynamic Guptill family. When it was first constructed, the house was a large cape sitting endwise to the road. It was occupied at one point by two Guptill brothers. The younger brother decided that he would like to have a modern two story cape. His older brother in typical conservative fashion said "the house is plenty good enough the way it is". The younger brother replied, "My half is coming off". He then proceeded to saw his half off and tear it down. He built his family a two story cape on the end of the original house, parallel to the road, giving the house its shape. Minor reconstructions have taken place since then to create a more modern and functional house for the present day Guptills.
See popular acts like: Indigo Girls, Suede, Rita Coolidge, Pousette-Dart, Steve Sweeney and many more! The interior decor features paintings by local artists, antiques, a 600 gallon aquarium, and is surrounded by exquisite gardens with views from the dining rooms. Open all year.
MaineStreet is open daily, year round in Ogunquit. Lively video lounge, Circuit DJ's, dancing, Summer Deck Tea-Dances, and Comedy make this the HUB of Gay nightlife...If you have not been to MaineStreet, you've have not been to Ogunquit!
The Ogunquit Performing Arts presents quality classical music, ballet and theater performances throughout the year including the Chamber Music Festival in June and CAPRICCIO in Sept. Free Classic Movies and other events.
To provide a quality community theater offering people of all ages the opportunity to learn and participate in every aspect of the performing arts while being dedicated to excellence in affordable live theater and family entertainment
New to the entertainment scene and opening this June, this live music venue will offer the finest in national, regional and local music talent throughout the summer and fall season. A gracious, historic barn setting, Vinegar Hill offers an intimate venue that provides entertainers with a superlative, vibrant setting to showcase their talents and genres; cabaret, classical, rock, folk and blues, Vinegar Hill Music Theatre offers a vibrant yet intimate setting.
Amazing Memorial Day Weekend planned for this year!
It's the Start of Summer and the MEN come to Ogunquit for the LONG WEEKEND!
Crazy Theme Parties, Both Decks Open, Return of the Rum Bucket plus a Ridiculous Line Up featuring :DJ Steve Sidewalk from NYC, DJ AGA and DJ Ken! More big announcements to comes! Book your rooms now because this will be the biggest Memorial Day party Ogunquit has ever seen!
TEA on THE DECK Sat to Mon 3 to 8pm
Sunday, May 28th the 5th Annual WHITE PARTY at the MaineStreet Complex. Celebrate the start of the summer season, wear something white and have a white hot time! Circuit DG AGA spins! Two DJ's and the Deck is OPEN!
kick off TEA DANCE 3pm
Best Costume Prizes!
WHITE PARTY 9pm
Sassy. Smooth. Intoxicating. Like Diana Krall meets Natalie Cole meets Bette Midler. Pop/Jazz/Blues Phenom Suede Returns to Ogunquit for one night only! Tickets on sale now at www.jonathansrestaurant.com or by calling
Piano Bar now open both Fridays and Saturdays. Dining room and downstairs bar open Thurs thru Sunday, The Front Porch Restaurant is the perfect place for those of you looking for a delicious dinner in a comfortable, social atmosphere. Great people, great fun, great food.
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Judy Collins is truly the definition of a living legend. Her influence in music and politics
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Karla Bonoff's legacy as a performer and songwriter is summed up by Billboard Magazine: "Long before Alanis and Jewel, there was a breed of singer/songwriters whose earthly anthems of soul-searching, heartache and joy touched souls in a way few can muster today." Quoted from a review given for her All My Life: The Best of Karla Bonoff compilation CD, she has been one of the most successful songwriters of her generation, writing hit songs for everyone from Linda Ronstadt to Bonnie Raitt and Wynona Judd.