Jules Feiffer's Comedy 'Bernard and Huey' at Bay Street

In Sag Harbor

“Bernard and Huey,” a comedy written by Jules Feiffer and directed by Dan Mirvish, will be shown at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, as part of its weekend programs, on Sunday at 2 p.m. in advance of its June theatrical release.

“Bernard and Huey” is based on characters originally created by Feiffer in 1957 for comic strips in The Village Voice and Playboy. It has been shown at more than 25 film festivals and earned Mr. Feiffer the award for best screenplay at the Manchester Film Festival in England. Frank Scheck, a critic for The Hollywood Reporter, called it “an incisive portrait of middle-aged men refusing to grow up.” Mr. Feiffer and Mr. Mirvish will answer questions after the screening. Tickets are $15.

Also at Bay Street, Scott Coulter, a New York City vocalist, will offer “8-Track Memories: Songs of the ‘70s,” a slice of that decade’s pop music, on Saturday evening at 8. Hits from Carole King, the Bee Gees, Simon and Garfunkel, Stevie Wonder, Barbra Streisand, Gloria Gaynor, Donna Summer, and many others will bring back the era of soft rock, soul, and, of course, disco. Tickets are $30 in advance, $40 on Saturday.