STAR Theatre

About the Star theatre

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.

Tickets/Prices:
general admission $30

table seats $35

Plus venue & processing fees

Tickets are available at the STAR
Theatre Box Office, by calling
207-439-3800, or online at the
button below. 

Comedy at the star: Lenny clarke
January 18

Lenny Clarke will be at the STAR Theatre in a show which includes Boston headliner Chris Pennie and Las Vegas house comedian Joni Grassey.

Lenny Clarke spent several years as the regular host of
open-mike nights at North Shore Comedy Club and has since traveled the world as
a stand-up. His gifted comedic abilities captured the attention of the
legendary Rodney Dangerfield who gave Lenny his first big break on TV, casting
him on the HBO special “Nothin’ Goes Right,” in 1988. He has since
appeared in multiple movies and television shows including a starring role on
“Rescue Me” for 7 years and his own “Comedy Central
Presents” special.

Tickets/Prices:
Free!

Due to limited seating in the STAR Theatre, register in advance for the film showing at the KCC or by calling 439-3800.

KCC Free Lecture series Presents: Kittery through Douglas Armsden's lens, February 12

Douglas Armsden lived in Kittery Point until his death in 2009. The Kittery Historical and Naval Museum will share his amazing photos recently donated in his memory by his family. Much of Armsden’s photography highlighted the local surrounding areas. He documented his years in service during WWII with his camera, photographing the Pacific while serving his country. His work has been seen in “Down East” and “Profiles” magazines.

Tickets/Prices:
free

Due to limited seating in the STAR Theatre, register in advance for the film showing at the KCC or by calling 439-3800.

"Claws & Tales" second viewing, March 5, 5:30PM

Coinciding with our Morgan Gallery exhibit “In Slow Mocean” on display through March 2020, Betsy Wish (exhibit curator) and Jim White will show their documentary film in our STAR Theatre about lobstering in Kittery and Kittery Point commissioned for this event. Learn about the stories of local lobstermen, lobsterwomen, and their families through this multimedia project!