Costello to Keillor to Zoppé

    The Westhampton Beach Performing Art Center has announced its lineup for the 2011 summer season, including an appearance by Elvis Costello and the Imposters on July 24 and Wynonna Judd on Aug. 13.
    A former movie theater, the center seats 425 and features dance, theater, comedy, and music year round.
    Garrison Keillor, the host of “A Prairie Home Companion” on public radio, kicks off the season in a sold-out show on Sunday. Josh Ritter, an Idaho folk singer, is next on Friday, June 3. Tickets start at $40. Other performances in June include Rita Rudner’s comedy show on the 25th and Patti Lupone the following night. Ms. Lupone, who grew up in Northport, won a Tony Award in 1980 for her performance in the musical “Evita.” Tickets start at $100.
    Kenny Loggins, a Grammy winner with more than 20 million albums sold, performs on July 1. Tickets start at $125. The Blue Sky Riders will open. The next evening, Brian Stokes Mitchell, a Broadway baritone and Tony Award winner who has starred in “Man of La Mancha” and “Kiss Me, Kate,” takes the stage.
    Helping to heat up July will be Grand Funk Railroad on the 10th and Steve Tyrell performing songs from his forthcoming album, “I’ll Take Romance,” on the 17th. Tickets start at $50. The next evening, the Indigo Girls appear in a sold-out show.
    Zoppé, an Italian circus, will also be onstage in July, from the 29th to the 31st. The month will conclude with the comedian Joan Rivers on the 30th and “Golda’s Balcony” with Tovah Feldshuh the following evening. Ms. Feldshuh’s show, about Golda Meir, the former prime minister of Israel, is the longest-running one-woman show on Broadway. Tickets start at $65.
    The New York City Opera will perform on Aug. 6 with young stars of the opera led by George Steel in a $60 show. V.I.P. tickets at $200 come with pre-performance cocktails, dinner, and wine at the Westhampton Country Club. Also in August: the Broadway singer Kelli O’Hara on the 20th, the trumpeter Chris Botti on the 21st, and Pilobolus, a modern dance collaborative, on the 27th. On Aug. 28 there will be two performances of “Angelina Ballerina: The Musical,” based on the PBS Kids series. Showtimes are at 3 and 6 p.m., and tickets start at $15.
    Other performances include Ron White, a comedian, on June 10, Daniel Lanois’s new musical project Black Dub on June 19, Paula Poundstone, a comedian, on July 9, Fab Faux, a Beatles tribute band, on July 16, Sachal Vasandani, a singer, on July 23, “Sleeping Beauty” on Aug. 26, Jane Krakowski, a cabaret singer, on Sept. 3, the singer and songwriter Richard Thompson on Sept. 4, and Keb’ Mo’, a blues man, on Sept. 24.
    Tickets range from $15 to $250, and shows begin at 8 or 8:30 p.m. Further information can be found online at whbpac.org.