Our retro telethon is right around the corner, but you can get in on the action now!

With each donation, our gifts to you include exclusive,

once-in-a-lifetime experiences from WHBPAC!


The full backstage experience! You’re the star – come down for our livestream of Square Feeet and Here Come the ’70s Telethon and get the rock star treatment. Chill pre-show in your very own green room with up to seven of your closest friends – send us your rider and we’ll make sure it’s fully stocked! Once the show begins, head into the Mollie Parnis Auditorium for your very own private viewing of our livestream!
Bring your family (eight people max) to the PAC for a private afternoon showing of your favorite movie in our beautiful Mollie Parnis Auditorium, complimentary soda and movie snack pack.
WHBPAC becomes your very own private date night hotspot! Arrive for your own private movie screening – a romantic evening for a couple, or make it a fun group outing for up to 8 people! Your favorite movie played for your private group in the Mollie Parnis Auditorium, along with a complimentary bottle of wine/champagne and a fabulous movie night snack pack!
Put your musical know-how to to the test with Music Bingo, Name That Tune, Finish the Song and more for up to 8 people on our famous stage, hosted by WHBPAC Director of Production Frank Russell and Marketing Manager Heather Draskin, complete with beverages, game show sound effects and lights!
For thirty minutes, a Tony nominee will be virtually yours! Bryce Pinkham, star of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, will personalize a song and sing it just for you! But act now – this is only available to two lucky donors!
A limited edition curated Swag Bag filled with COVID-19 items designed by the WHBPAC staff!
Shoot with our resident photographer and Director of Sales, Allison Frost. Whether your interest is in wildlife photography, insects & macrophotography, or product photography, she will have you covered! Tailored for cultivating a beginner’s interest, this one hour interactive, socially distant lesson will be customized to your ability, your equipment, and your curiosity.
Come down to our bar one evening for a socially distanced glass of wine or two with Christine Alford, our Development Director. Unwind for an hour in our renovated lounge for lots of laughs with this ebullient blonde. Limited to just four people per session, this is sure to be a lot of fun!
Receive a half-hour session (either socially distanced in person or via Zoom) with our Finance Director and resident Disney expert, Tiffany Attardo, as she gives you all the best tips and travel secrets for a post pandemic Disney World trip.
Receive one free half hour singing lesson with our Arts Academy Director, Kristen Poulakis. Choose a song of your choice and hit those notes you’ve always wanted to!
Due to our robust class schedule, the lesson must take place in the morning.
Send us a photo of your or a loved one’s face to be enlarged and placed as a cutout on the seats, for as long as we are virtual. We will do our best to accommodate requests, but we will not be able to guarantee you a specific seat location for your cutout. You must own the rights to the photo you send us. WHBPAC reserves the right to reject a photo for any reason.
If you would like your cutout placed in the audience for the livestream on October 17th, you must donate and send us your photo before October 13th.
We need all the friends we can get! With your donation of $25, you will receive a WHBPAC car window decal.
All donation levels of $25 and greater will automatically receive a car decal.

Supporting WHBPAC has never been more critical.

Performing arts venues across the country are shuttering at an alarming pace. Culture and the arts are not optional. Tune in to our livestreamed telethon Here Come the ’70s featuring rock band Square Feeet as we shed light on the state of the performing arts industry and rock out to the hits of the ’70s! The livestream is free to watch, but every dollar you donate allows us to continue innovating and bringing you the live music experiences you love – virtually – until we are able to open our doors.
To become an advocate for WHBPAC and urge your representatives to reopen cultural institutions and live music venues, click here.


Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center




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