Arts

During the run of its mainstage production “The New Sincerity,” Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor is filling the few empty slots on its calendar with new programs.
It’s hard not be charmed by Dan Rizzie and Peter Marcelle’s “Whale of a Show” at the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum.
The Parrish Art Museum’s Sounds of Summer music series will take a new turn tomorrow at 6 p.m. when Dave Harvey, a professional caller and founder of New York City Barn Dance, and Dunegrass, an East End bluegrass group, will lead an evening of traditional American contra dance on the museum’s outdoor terrace.
A painted mural on the side of the building by Jen Stark needed town approval, code enforcement department said.
The Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue finishes off its 30th season with “Hay Fever,” the Noel Coward comedy of English mores.
What's happening on the arts scene this week.
All Star Comedy Showcase, hosted by Joseph Vecsey, will return to Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater on Monday night at 8 with the comedians Donnell Rawlings, Jamie Roberts, and Max May.
The John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor will present a three-part Chinese film festival organized by Ou Wang, a Mandarin teacher at the Ross School, beginning next Thursday at 6 p.m. with a screening of “To Live,” a film by Yimou Zhang about a family’s struggles to live in China from the 1940s to the 1970s Cultural Revolution.
The Montauk Library will present a free concert by Francisco Roldan, a Colombian-born classical guitarist, on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. The program, “El Mundo de la Guitarra/The World of the Guitar,” will include pieces by composers from Spain, Argentina, and Italy, as well as a Bach work originally written for the clavier.