Film, music, or culinary arts, there is something for every taste at Guild Hall in East Hampton over the next few days.
“The Wizard of Oz” will be shown tonight at 8 as part of a July Garland celebration in honor of the 75th anniversary of her feature film debut in the 1936 “Pigskin Parade.” Several more of her movies will be shown later on in the series, called “All Singin’, All Dancin’, All Judy.” Tickets are $12, $10 for members.
On Saturday at 8, in conjunction with the Hamptons International Film Festival, Alec Baldwin will host a screening of “How to Survive a Plague,” a documentary that follows the fight of a group of mostly H.I.V.-positive men and women to turn AIDS from a death sentence to a manageable condition. A discussion will follow with Mr. Baldwin and guests. Tickets cost $22, $20 for members.
“Stirring the Pot: Conversations with Culinary Celebrities” will be served up on Sunday at 11 a.m., when Tom Colicchio, a chef and a judge on “Top Chef,” will be interviewed by Florence Fabricant, food writer and columnist for The New York Times. A book signing will follow. Tickets cost $15, $13 for members.
The weekend will conclude with “An Evening of Song” with a Long Islander and Broadway musical star, Melissa Errico, in a special one-night-only event starting at 7:30 p.m.
Ms. Errico first sang at Guild Hall in her early 20s after starring in the revival of “My Fair Lady,” and now she returns after last summer’s “Gift of the Gorgon” with Mr. Baldwin. Her performance, a solo concert, celebrates her newly released CD, “Legrand Affair.” Ms. Errico will sign copies of the CD at a reception after the show. Tickets begin at $45 and go up to $100 for prime orchestra seats. They may be purchased online at GuildHall.org, theatermania. com, or at the box office.