Presented by Purpled Pheasant Productions
Ian J. Harkins, Shannon Harris, and Rafe Terrizzi undertook a brief contemplation of poor Yorick during a performance of “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” in Southampton.
Melissa Zapin will offer music from opera and Broadway at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday.
By Kurt Wenzel
Ellen Harvey, Erin Neufer, and Dori Legg in “The Last Night of Ballyhoo,” set in Atlanta in 1939, at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.
Lenny Stucker photos
Dori Legg and Amanda Kristin NicholsLenny Stucker
Bella Tarbet, a Springs School seventh grader, won second place in the 2-D mixed media category.
Ellen Watson photos
Ares Jenkins, a Springs School fourth grader, was named a winner in the art and poetry category.
Ella Miller, a Montauk School fifth grader, tied for first place in the 3-D mixed media category.
Devon Brown, an East Hampton High School senior, won first place in the drawing category.
Jarrod Spector and Kelli Barrett, newly married Broadway veterans, will perform the greatest songs from notable married couples
The film is the record of a personal journey to understand the legacy of his great-grandfather Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa
The brothers Rossa Cole, left, and Williams Cole spent several days in Ireland last year witnessing and participating in centenary commemorations of their ancestor Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa’s funeral.
The artist wins the day with his use of color, rich and vibrant, and his mastery of manipulating paint
“Frequency A5V,” left, and “Frequency-M0III” are part of the Stanley Casselman exhibition at Mark Borghi Fine Art this month.
The Complete Unknowns will take that thin, wild mercury sound of Mr. Dylan’s 1965 and ’66 albums as the inspiration for their performance next Thursday at 8 p.m. at Guild Hall
Bob Johnston, a legendary producer who died last year, will be the inspiration for the Complete Unknowns set at Guild Hall next week.
Local Art News
Water imagery figures prominently in Berenice D’Vorzon’s paintings, not as straightforward depiction, but as landscape transformed into imaginative and mysterious reflections on nature’s forces.
At the Montauk Library