Star Theatre


 STAR Theatre Calendar

Thu Dec 15 @ 7:30PM -
Patrick Dorow Productions Presents: Home For The Holidays
Fri Dec 16 @ 8:00PM -
Patrick Dorow Productions Presents: Home For The Holidays
Sat Dec 17 @ 3:00PM -
Patrick Dorow Productions Presents: Home For The Holidays
Sat Dec 17 @ 8:00PM -
Patrick Dorow Productions Presents: Home For The Holidays
Sun Dec 18 @ 1:00PM -
Patrick Dorow Productions Presents: Home For The Holidays
Sun Dec 18 @ 5:00PM -
Patrick Dorow Productions Presents: Home For The Holidays
Tue Dec 20 @ 7:00PM -
Patrick Dorow Productions Presents: Home For The Holidays
Thu Dec 22 @ 7:00PM -
Patrick Dorow Productions Presents: Home For The Holidays

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The STAR Theatre offers a unique venue for live theatre, performance events, lectures, trainings, workshops, and movies.  This theatre offers state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, a 20' x 30' movie screen with HD projector and retractable seating for 171, making it possible to schedule everything from plays, dance recitals and movie screenings to wedding receptions, concerts and lectures.  **Listening devices available for the hearing impaired. 




 Upcoming Presentations 



Images Kittery

STAR Theatre Free Lecture Series

Images of America: Kittery

A Historic Journey Through Pictures

December 7 · 7pm · FREE

The Images of America series is a well known series of photographic history books published by Arcadia Publishing.  One of the newest additions to the collection is Kittery by Andrea F. Donaghue, a Kittery resident and history lover.  In this presentation, come and enjoy a slideshow of photographs from the book and hear the stories behind how it all came to be.




Patrick Dorow Productions Presents:  Home For The Holidays

December 15-22

PDP’s 6th Annual Holiday Extravaganza returns to the beautiful STAR Theatre expanding to eight performances! It’s the biggest ugly holiday sweater party you will see on stage.  

This holiday production has become a Seacoast favorite and sells out. So, get your tickets early. You can also feel like a part of the performance by purchasing couch seating on the set. It’s great fun for all ages!

This year’s show will be the Seacoast's largest Holiday Musical, featuring a cast of over 50 local performers and musicians joined by special guests.

True to a Broadway production style, with full set, costumes and dance, this high-energy, fast-paced show includes original vocal arrangements and medleys appealing to all ages.

The show takes place in a simpler time with families coming together for an Ugly Holiday Sweater Party at a City Loft. So, get your ugly holiday sweater out of mothballs or don your Holiday best and join the festivities. Either way, you are in for a treat!

You may laugh, you may cry, you may sing along with your family and friends, but one thing’s for sure, you will leave the show with the spirit of the holiday season!

“The man in red” will be making an appearance!

PDP’s Community Focus Program partner for Home for the Holidays is Fuel & More. PDP will again be sharing the spotlight to promote and fund raise for Fuel & More, their mission is to help Kittery residents who cannot afford heat in the winter, but are over income for the town’s General Assistance Program.


Thursday, December 15 - 7:30pm

Friday, December 16 - 8:00pm

Saturday, December 17 - 3:00pm & 8:00pm

Sunday, December 18 - 1:00pm & 5:00pm

Tuesday, December 20 - 7:00pm

Thursday, December 22 - 7:00pm

Ticket Types/Pricing

Specialty couch seating, all performances: $40 per seat.

Seating will be on the “Home for the Holidays” set!

General Admission, all performances:

Adult - $27

Senior- $25

Student- $20

*Ticket prices do not include service/processing fees.

Rated: Family friendly



SPECIALITY COUCH SEATING-$40 per seat.  Seating will be on the "Home for the Holidays" set!


 **All Ticket Sales are final!  No Refunds.



foley lecture

STAR Theatre Free Lecture Series

Military Ethics Learned Through Auschwitz

January 11 · 7pm · FREE

In 2010, Jordan Foley participated in a two-week military ethics trip that consisted of visits to the Holocaust Museum in Washington, Jewish Heritage Musuem in New York, and culminated with a trip to Krakow, Poland to visit Auschwitz.  The program is designed to engage young military officers from all branches of service and talk about the difficult issues surrounding the Holocaust.  Jordan will speak on what he learned as a military officer from the trip and how it changed his life.





Morgan Gallery

Kittery Art Association Presents: Painted Voices

Showing October 25, 2016 – January 31, 2017

Opening Reception - Friday, October 28th - 5:30-7:00pm

Glanville     Moak - Frisbee House

“Painted Voices” is a beautiful exhibit of works by five local artists in the Morgan Gallery at the Kittery Community Center presented by the Kittery Art Association (KAA).  This exhibit will be shown October 25th through January 31st. The public is invited to an Opening Reception with refreshments on Friday, October 28th at 5:30pm. Come hear the artists talk about the works and their process.

This exhibit showcases the works of Cheri Christenson, Deborah Cotter, Barbara D’Antonio, BJ Glanville and Polly Moak. Each artist will have multiple pieces on display. These artists are all part of the Kittery Art Association, a non-profit organization of volunteers, founded in 1958, committed to a mission to promote knowledge of the arts, stimulate interest in the work of local artists and express appreciation for the abundant creativity in the Seacoast area.

Christenson is a watercolor artist, art teacher, and musician, who discovered a love of art after a co-worker encouraged her to “just try” painting. “With the help of local artist Doris Rice and a lot of self-patience,” she says, “I discovered my love of watercolor. I am now blessed to consider myself an artist as well as a musician.” She is the owner/operator of Colors & Chords in Kittery.

Reverend Deborah Cotter has always loved Art History.   She was just an observer of art until she found that messing with acrylic paint was a means of emotional release. “I paint wildly, often straight from the tube.” She continues, “It has become a sensual intuitive vehicle for capturing my raw emotion about anything from mass shootings to the beauty of an ocean wave.” Her interfaith ministry, Soul Matters, is based in South Berwick, Maine.

Barbara D’Antonio has been a lifelong artist who works with oils and focuses on figures. “For me, expressing the human figure is the highest form of art regardless of the medium.” Barbara explains, “I want to express the balance, rhythm and grace of the human form.” She still has works displayed in Greece and Italy where she lived and worked for many years.

BJ Glanville has been designing fabrics in the textile industry for over 30 years. Introduced to silk screening at a young age while growing up in the Virgin Islands, she says, “The textures, pattern and color of the Caribbean are still big influences in my work.” Her recent art has focused on monoprinting on paper and fabric, often incorporating a layering of both. “I am intrigued with working on only one print and taking that image and finding a pleasing way to repeat its pattern across a surface; always paying close attention to detail.”

Polly Moak will be displaying her oil works that offer reflections of local scenes. “Much of my work originates as plein air sketches and studies. I try to preserve the feeling of the moment which is refined by further work in the studio.” Polly also works with watercolor, paper-making and mixed media.

The Morgan Gallery, at the Kittery Community Center at Frisbee Common, is made possible through a generous donation by the Morgan Family of Kittery, ME. The gallery space is prominently located by the STAR THEATRE and provides a new venue for showcasing works by visual artists. The KCC Arts and Culture Committee is responsible for curating the programming and schedules an ongoing series of art exhibits to showcase visual artists. Professional artists are encouraged to submit works for review for future exhibits. All works are reviewed and juried by a sub-committee of the Arts and Culture committee.



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Weddings and Special Events

Whether you are looking to reserve a wedding and/or reception, birthday party, shower, memorial service, business conference or banquet, the KCC is the place for you!Our newly renovated 55,000 square foot building has a multitude of options for your function. A full-size gymnasium for major business conferences; a 200-person capacity STAR Theatre; a 60-person capacity Community room; small meeting rooms for up to 30 people...we have your event space covered! Also available is a commercial kitchen for rent, or we can suggest a local caterer for all your food and beverage needs.Utilize the state-of-the-art sound and lighting in the STAR Theatre. Project a movie or video onto the new 20' x 30' movie screen. Use the free, building-wide wi-fi for your presentations. Plus, we have plenty of parking and are easily accessible from  I-95!   

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Call to Artists

Local Visual Artists Invited to Submit Proposals

The Kittery Community Center at Frisbee Common, the newly renovated center and performing arts space, invites local visual artists to submit proposals for review.

Located at 120 Rogers Road (Old Frisbee School) in Kittery, ME, the newly renovated community center offers a state-of-the-art performing center and arts exhibition space available for artists. The proposals will be reviewed by the Arts & Culture Committee responsible for curating the performance center’s programming. The Committee plans to schedule an ongoing series of month-long art exhibits at the KCC to showcase artists from the greater Kittery community and provide regional artists a brand new artistic venue.

Designated areas for the art exhibits are prominently located at the entrance to the Star Theatre and may expand to additional spaces. Selected artists will be scheduled for month-long exhibits of solo or group shows.

Professional artists are encouraged to submit 20 jpeg images, artist statement and resume to A&C committee member Jean Lincoln at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. All works will be reviewed and juried by an ad-hoc subcommittee of the Arts and Culture Committee.

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