Arts

By Kurt Wenzel
Preston Truman Boyd and Joe Pallister, above, star with Georgia Warner, below, in Bay Street Theater’s production of the John Steinbeck story “Of Mice and Men.” Jerry Lamonica
Greg Gropper, who is 16 and lives in Manhattan and Springs, will present “Greg Gropper Sings!” on Sunday at 7 p.m.
Greg Gropper

A six-time Grammy Award-winning trumpeter turns 70 on Nov. 27
Randy Brecker, a trumpeter who lives in East Hampton, will celebrate his 70th birthday on Nov. 27 with a gig at B.B. King Blues Club and Grill in Manhattan.

The Springs Theater Company was founded in 2005 by Jayne Freedman and Barbara Mattson
Richard Browning, Anna Schiavoni, James Zay, and Jack Crimmins enjoyed a break during rehearsals for “The Wizard of Oz.” Richard Lewin

Cirkus Cirkor was founded in 1995 by Tilde Bjorfors
Aino Ihanainen performed in the woods outside the Watermill Center while Alexander Weibel played a haunting violin. Mark Segal
Saara Ahola entwined herself in a rope as she descended from the courtyard’s high ceiling. Mark Segal

A show featuring three South Fork artists: Anna Franklin, Ruby Jackson, and Diane Marxe
A grouping of works by Ruby Jackson demonstrates the wide variety of subject matter and materials the artist employs in her work. Jennifer Landes

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At the Southampton Cultural Center

At Christ Episcopal Church

At Guild Hall