Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts announced the online screening of the Inda Eaton: Shelter In Place concert on Saturday, March 13 at 7 p.m. via baystreet.org. The concert screening is a celebration of this special anniversary, which marks one year since the last live performance on stage at the Bay Street Theater. Tickets are available online by donation only. Proceeds from ticket sales will be shared with the artist and will be used to support the future of live music in Sag Harbor. For more information, contact the Marketing Coordinator, Michael Pintauro, at [email protected].
A year ago, the Bay Street Theater hosted a full house for the last live music show before the COVID-19 crisis closed all venues. This latest show, presciently titled Shelter in Place, was the culmination of the creative energy generated over many years in the making of Inda Eaton’s Americana Roots Rock album Shelter in Place. After the premiere, the concert will be available on request at baystreet.org until Friday April 30.The full concert was filmed by Authentic Productions and stars Inda Eaton, B. Rehm-Gerdes, Mike Guglielmo, Jeff Marshal, Jeffrey smith, Mamalee Lawler and Rose Kerin, with a special appearance by Nancy Atlas. This virtual event combines live concert footage with behind-the-scenes videos and never-before-seen footage from the making of the album Inda Eaton is a famous storyteller whose music is steeped in the tradition of American roots rock, using humor explore the topics of resilience, community and connection. Performing songs from her album, Shelter In Place, the show takes an enthusiastic look at the allure and chaos of the road from the perspective of being in a safe and loving place. His depictions of the urge to travel and adventure across the album’s 11 tracks have been compared to a fusion of Melissa Etheridge and Jean Mellencamp.Bay Street Theater is a year-round, non-profit professional theater and community cultural center that strives to innovate, educate and entertain a diverse community through the practice of the performing arts. It serves as a social and cultural gathering place, educational resource and home for a community of artists.