Arts

Moral and ethical dilemmas are at the heart of Lumet’s work
An extensive 2008 interview with the director Sidney Lumet provided Nancy Buirski with abundant material for her documentary “By Sidney Lumet.”
A cast of young and soon-to-be-famous actors surrounded Henry Fonda in “12 Angry Men,” Sidney Lumet’s first feature film.

This charming play can be seen now at the Southampton Cultural Center
Frances Sherman, Ella Watts, David Hoffman, Adam Fronc, Richard Adler, and Dustin Schepps are in the cast of “The Fantasticks.” Dane DuPuis

"The Champions" will have its world premiere at the Hamptons International Film Festival as part of its Compassion, Justice, and Animal Rights section.
"The Great Alone."
"Fell"
Amalgams of found objects with a very regional flavor
Mica Marder’s fish pieces on view at the Silas Marder Gallery include “Wood- block Blackfish,” Gary Mamay Photos
“Moonfish (Mola Mola).”

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A scholarship kid trying to fit in with a fast-moving elite crowd
Dylan Blue, who is from Southampton, has a role in “The Preppie Connection.”

At the Southampton Cultural Center

At Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

“It was a time that everybody wanted to be in a band,”
Arlene Reckson, who had a decades-long career in the music business before refocusing her life here, captured at the Dock restaurant in Montauk.
The inner sleeve of John Lennon’s “Imagine” album depicts Arlene Reckson, above the word “Lennon,” upper right.