St. George Theatre

The historic St. George Theatre, nestled in the up-and-coming St. George neighborhood of Staten Island, is a 1900-seat non-profit concert venue that plays host to a wide variety of headline and community events.  Opened in 1929 as a lavish movie palace and vaudeville theater, The St. George Theatre boasts beautiful Spanish/Italian baroque style paintings, chandeliers, stained glass windows, grand staircases, an incredible dome, and one of the largest cantilevered balconies ever built.
Since it's reopening in 2004, The St. George Theatre has played host to numerous world-class entertainment acts like Tony Bennett, Ringo Starr, Diana Ross, Jerry Seinfeld and more. The theater also hosts a variety of annual community events, such as The Minty Awards, Where to Turn's Beatles Blast as well as their famed, self-produced St. George Theatre Christmas Show, which plays to an annual audience of over 7,500 patrons. 
The St. George Theatre is located just a two-block walk from the free Staten Island Ferry.  The S42 and S52 bus stops at Hyatt Street and Central Avenue, however visitors can take any bus or the Staten Island Railway that run to the ferry terminal and walk from there. 
For more information on upcoming events, or to schedule a tour, visit: 

35 Hyatt Street
Staten Island, NY