Arts

Why “Hamlet‚” and why now?
Fabrienne Bottero will play Ophelia and Evan Daves her brother, Laertes, in the Roundtable Theatre Company production of “Hamlet” opening this weekend at Guild Hall. Barbara Jo Howard

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A selective mini-retrospective, the show highlights earlier, more figurative paintings of New York City and her later South Fork-inspired abstractions, in which she aimed to capture atmosphere or the color of the air itself
Jane Wilson’s “Sun After Rain,” from 1990, shows the layering that occurs with her characteristic low horizon.
“Avenue B Bus‚” from 1966, shows an affinity with and influence of Fairfield Porter in Ms. Wilson’s work of the time.
"Rain on Avenue B," 1965
"Sun and Rain," 2004
Mimi Thompson and Elisabeth Sussman discussed the life and work of Jane Wilson on Oct. 22.Jennifer Landes
Installation view of the New York works, c. 1965Jennifer Landes

Featuring a cast of seasoned H.T.C. veterans and some delightful new faces, the play’s ensemble includes at the forefront Matthew Conlon as Elwood P. Dowd
Amanda Griemsmann, Pamela Kern, and John J. Steele Jr. star in “Harvey” at the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue. Tom Kochie

At Lynn University in Boca Raton

At the Southampton Cultural Center

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

Events at Guild Hall

At The Watermill Center