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The Lyceum Theater on Lake Street in Patchogue began it’s life as a Congregational church. In 1895, the church moved out, and sold the building. The building was heavily renovated and expanded upon, and it became the 500 opera-seat Lyceum Theater.
It showed early movies and other motion pictures, in addition to vaudeville acts. It was also part of the Al Trahern Vaudeville circuit and the show performed at the Lyceum alternatively once a week. The vaudville circuit traveled around Long Island at eleven different towns including Patchogue, Huntington, Bay Shore, Sayville, Southampton, Sag Harbor, Port Jefferson, Riverhead, Mattituck, and Greenport.
On the nights that the show was to perform in Patchogue, the performers entered town around noon in a street parade.
The building had been razed on an unknown date.
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