No-frills theater, par excellence
“The Impossibility of Now,” a play by Y York and read by Jenny Bacon, Daniel Abeles, and Karl Kenzler, was one of four presented as part of the Bay Street Theater’s New Works Festival last weekend. Michael Heller

The much-lamented death of conversation invariably points to the digital domain as having created a dialogue-lite world
Warren Strugatch, host and organizer of the series, “Out of the Question‚” with Amy Kirwin, the director of programs for the Southampton Arts Center. Judy D’Mello

Cutting-edge theater read by professional actors
Andrew Lippa and Jules Feiffer celebrated at Bay Street Theater after the reading of Mr. Feiffer’s “The Man in the Ceiling” at last year’s New Works Festival. Mr. Lippa wrote the music and lyrics. Bay Street Theater Bay Street Theater

Destined for greatness
Yoonah Kim, who has been widely recognized and lauded for her musicianship, will perform at the Parrish Art Museum tomorrow.

A spring renewal in Amagansett
Clare Hentschker’s “Stairway” is an example of one of her abstracted 360-degree photos on view at Ille Arts through Monday.
Ella Wearing’s “Trenton Facades”
“Lake” by Amanda Brown

“Rites of Spring,”
Judith Kensley McKie utilitarian art objects or sculptural furniture pieces, depending on your view, will take up residence by the LongHouse pool this season. Dawn Watson

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At the Montauk Library

At Symphony Space on Manhattan’s Upper West Side

At St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton