Arts

Garden Dialogues, a program of the Cultural Landscape Foundation, which opens private residential gardens to the public, will feature a newly constructed Colonial Revival home and an acre of formal gardens in Southampton Village on Saturday afternoon from 1 to 3.
The Hamptons International Film Festival will bring back its popular SummerDocs series for the eighth time this summer, beginning on July 9 with “Author: The JT Leroy Story,” which examines the unraveling of a decade-long literary hoax and the perpetrator behind it.
For those interested in producing a show at LTV, East Hampton’s public access television station, a production orientation will be held at the studio in Wainscott on Monday from 7 to 9 p.m.
The Southampton Theatre Conference at Stony Brook Southampton’s graduate arts campus is offering an opportunity to take part in a two-day master class in acting with Alec Baldwin and Bethany Caputo on July 11 and 12.
On a recent Tuesday afternoon, Amy Kirwin, the Southampton Arts Center’s new director of programs, took a visitor on a tour of the Job’s Lane building that was the longtime home of the Parrish Art Museum. With the shops replaced by exhibition space and a temporary wall removed to admit daylight into another gallery, the exhibition area feels...

In Jonathan Tolins’s excellent new play, “The Forgotten Woman,” which is now having its world premiere at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor through June 19, an opera singer named Margaret seems to have it all. She is a rising diva set to star at the Civic Opera House in Chicago for an important series of concerts. She is a mother, a wife, and...
Toni Ross’s sculptures sometimes seem like they are everywhere, and often it is because they are. With regular shows here and in New York, a recent show in Paris, and a coming installation at Marders in Bridgehampton in conjunction with the Parrish Road Show in August, she is currently showing at the Drawing Room in East Hampton.
The Watermill Center has composed a tasting menu of avant-garde dance, opera, and visual art for this weekend, as well as a tour of the center on Saturday and an international brunch on Sunday.
Joel Grey, whose memoir, “Master of Ceremonies,” was published in February, will appear onstage at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Saturday afternoon at 5 — not as master of ceremonies at the Kit Kat Klub in 1931 Berlin but as himself, an Oscar and Tony Award-winning actor, singer, dancer, and, perhaps less publicly but with no less...