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The concert will feature a medley of carols from the Hispanic world, as well as traditional carols that will provide the audience an opportunity to sing along
The Choral Society of the Hamptons at their 2014 winter concert Durell Godfrey

Art works on the road for years now back in East Hampton
Jane Wilson’s “Water Mill Fog” is from the painter’s transitional period between realism and abstraction.

Pilobolus and the late author and illustrator Maurice Sendak
Mirra Bank’s documentary “Last Dance” examines the collaboration between the modern dance company Pilobolus and Maurice Sendak to interpret and depict the Holocaust.

At the Southampton Cultural Center
"A Christmas Carol," presented as a radio play will be part of the seasonal entertainment offerings on the South Fork. Dane Dupuis

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A Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece that became the blueprint for American stage tragedy
As “Hamlet” is to Shakespeare, so is “Death of a Salesman” to Arthur Miller. The play is being performed at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor through Nov. 25. Lenny Stucker

The aura of icons and reminiscent of relics
A sampling of Emily Cheng’s smaller paintings, part of her exhibition “The Immensity of Particles,” on view at Ille Arts in Amagansett. Jennifer Landes
Marianne Weil's sculptures with Ms. Cheng's paintings in the background

“The idea of the vaudeville show has been a Springs Community Theater dream for a long time,”
Jayne Freedman, who performs “Honey Bun” from “South Pacific” in “A Night of Vaudeville,” is also co-director of the production.

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