Arts

A farce set in a downbeat apartment building somewhere in Jamaica, Queens
Suzanne Mary Windells, Eric Hegi, and Aurore Berty are three of the stars of the East End Special Players’ “Trouble in Jamaica” production. Ken Robbins

At the Quogue Community Hall

In Water Mill

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At Guild Hall

“On This Site”
Jeremy Dennis outside Guild Hall, where his exhibition “East Hampton Indigenous” is on view. Mark Segal
Fiona, posed in Vermont for Mr. Dennis’s “Nothing Happened Here” series.
Ghost of the White Deer,” was inspired by an oral story from the Chickasaw Nation in Oklahoma
Erica Phillips, left, was photographed at the 2015 Shinnecock Powwow, one of many she attended on the East Coast. Anna Cuffee, right, also photographed at the Shinnecock Powwow in 2015, plans to teach at the reservation’s preschool. Jeremy Dennis Photos

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

Nancy Atlas and All Star Comedy

These are very geometric compositions, lines converging on a point to form an axis that is slightly convex
Michele Dragonetti’s “Waterline” is one of many of her boat hull photographs on view at Roman Fine Art in East Hampton.

Celebrating a decade at the Southampton Cultural Center
Michael Disher took a welcome break in Amagansett Square from a grueling rehearsal schedule. Mark Segal
John Leonard and Catherine Maloney will watch the world go around in Michael Disher’s production of “Boeing Boeing.” Dane DuPuis