Bryan Fogel’s documentary “Icarus,” which will be shown at Guild Hall on Saturday as part of the Hamptons International Film Festival’s SummerDocs series, establishes its original intentions early on. It opens with voice-overs of the track and field star Marion Jones and the champion cyclist Lance Armstrong asserting that they never used...
Having a musically talented mother or father doesn’t automatically ensure that an offspring will be equally as gifted. But when your mother is Diana Ross and your father happens to be Berry Gordy, the legendary producer, songwriter, and founder of the Motown record label, the odds are exponentially greater.
The next iteration of “Inter-Sections: The Architect in Conversation,” an ongoing series of panel discussions held at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, will focus on the revival of design publications as forums for critical dialogue on urban planning and architecture, with a specific focus on a proposal to redesign the Village of East Hampton.
The Montauk Library will present “A Summer Cabaret,” the 12th annual concert by the Aviva Players, a chamber ensemble devoted to the work of female composers, on Sunday afternoon at 3.
Kate Mueth and the Neo-Political Cowgirls will present their production of “Andromeda,” the story of a girl trying to find her place in the world, from Tuesday through Sept. 3 at the Montauk County Park.
Guild Hall will offer two distractions from the grim events of recent weeks with a new comedy by Eugene Pack and the lowbrow eccentricity of “The Gong Show.”
Music Mondays, the Broadway cabaret series at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, will conclude its summer season with “Stephen Schwartz and Friends” on Monday evening at 8. Appearing with Mr. Schwartz will be Liz Calloway, Scott Coulter, and Debbie Gravitte.
An exhibition of work by the English artist Harland Miller will be on view at the Surf Lodge in Montauk from Saturday through Sept. 4, with a reception set for Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. “Return to Ashawagh Hall,” an open invitational exhibition of works by Art Barge artists and faculty, will be on view from today through Wednesday with a reception...
Beginning Sunday, the bluffs will be alive with the sound of music as Music for Montauk returns for a week of concerts under the direction of Lilah Gosman and Milos Repicky.
“As You Like It” is a genuine crowd-pleaser. Fulfilling this promise is an enjoyable and inventive new production now running through Sept. 3 at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.
The accelerating dotage of the ’60s generation is surely a fountainhead of comedic material, and as such, a triple dose of laughs should be in store next Thursday when comedy legends from the last 30 years of stand-up take the stage at Guild Hall.
Midway through its summer season, the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival gave an outstanding concert that exemplified what it has come to be known for: a well-chosen selection of sublime classics offering entertainment of the highest order, along with a refreshing sampling of the best of the newest additions to the repertoire.
The Christy’s Art Center on Madison Street in Sag Harbor is showing "Velvet Elvis," an eclectic group of artists united somewhat by their compositional focus on undulating lines.