“My Fair Lady,” the iconic Lerner and Loewe musical based on George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion,” will open a three-and-a-half-week run at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Tuesday. The production is directed by Michael Arlen, a Tony Award nominee and Outer Critics Circle Award-winner for Best Director of a Musical for the Broadway revival of...
A night of swing dancing with the George Gee Swing Orchestra will take place Saturday evening from 6 to 8 in the concert hall of the Southampton Arts Center.
Solo exhibitions of work by Sharon Horvath and Adrian Nivola will be shown at the Drawing Room in East Hampton. The East Hampton Library has inaugurated a local art exhibition series in its Tom Twomey Gallery with a show of work by Karen Peters Sloves. A reception will take place Saturday from 3 to 4:30 p.m., and the exhibition will continue...
Thirteen concerts, 32 instrumentalists, and 30 composers in five venues in four weeks: The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival has put together another outstanding series of summer events that promises to entertain and enrich aficionados.
“Top Drawer: Stories of Dysfunction and Redemption From Park Avenue to Havana,” a one-woman show written and performed by Adelaide Mestre that combines music and storytelling, will be performed at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Tuesday evening at 7.
Dozens of skilled craftsmen are well on their way to converting a falling-down wreck into a showplace.
East Hampton’s Eric Firestone Gallery is in a reflective mood with its current exhibition, “MirrorMirror,” offering not only show-stopping surfaces of (literal) reflection but also addressing art that mirrors itself in its design, sometimes presenting a complete double of its composition and sometimes a slightly askew version.
As much as purists love a meaty, topical play, everyone can appreciate a good farce now and then, particularly in the summer. Purpled Pheasant Productions, a new professional theater group based at the Southampton Cultural Center, has chosen to introduce itself through the latter.
After months of silence and speculation, Guild Hall announced last Thursday that Andrea Grover has been named executive director to replace Ruth Appelhof, who is retiring.