arts

At the centenary of Syd Solomon’s birth, it is time to celebrate the artist for his unique contributions to painting.
“Bach, Before and Beyond,” a concert series directed by Walter Klauss, will launch its new season on Sunday afternoon at 3 at the Old Whalers Church in Sag Harbor. Mary Hubbell, a soprano, will perform “Bach to Broadway,” a program of music by Bach...
The East End Special Players are celebrating their 30th year with a performance of their first completely original play. “Trouble in Jamaica: A Stinking Dirty Musical,” a farce set in a downbeat apartment building somewhere in Jamaica, Queens, will...
“Clever Little Lies,” Joe DiPietro’s comedy, will open the Hampton Theatre Company’s 2017-18 season today in Quogue.
A concert by Niccolo Ronchi will conclude the fall Salon Series at the Parrish Art Museum tomorrow with a program loosely inspired by Halloween.
Five at Ashawagh; Haim Mizrahi at the art gallery at the Center for Jewish Life; "Hidden Desires" at White Room; Cheng & Weil at Ille Arts, and two new shows at Halsey Mckay
Auditions for both high school students and adults for a production of “Romeo and Juliet” will be held at Guild Hall on Friday, Nov. 3, from 6 to 9 p.m., and Nov. 4 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rehearsals will take place evenings and weekends in January,...
Jeremy Dennis’s “On This Site,” a photography project that maps culturally significant Native American locations on Long Island, has brought the 27-year-old Shinnecock artist well-deserved attention during the past year.
The Gloriosa Piano Trio, experienced chamber musicians who often work with living composers, will perform in the Salon Series at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill tomorrow at 6 p.m.
Nancy Atlas and Joseph Vecsey, two mainstays of Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, will perform this weekend, with the Nancy Atlas Project set to rock the venue tomorrow at 8 p.m. and a new All Star Comedy show lined up for Saturday night at 8.
There’s more than immediately meets the eye in the work of Michele Dragonetti. In a year like this, it is particularly true, as more and more of her work has met more and more sets of eyes in a round robin of perpetual exhibition on the South Fork.
Michael Disher reflects on a long career in theater and the past 10 years at the Southampton Cultural Center.
How exactly did “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” come to be such a tradition, and is there anything behind the surface meaning?