Arts

A drama by Carey Crim that will begin its world premiere run at the Bay Street Theatre
Scott Schwartz, the director, and Carey Crim, the author of “Conviction,” at left, exchanged ideas with the cast during an early rehearsal in New York. Bill Hutchison and Elizabeth Reasor had their backs to the camera, while opposite them were Sarah Paulson, Daniel Burns, and Garret Dillahunt. Barry Gordin
Taking a break from rehearsal, Bill Hutchison, Elizabeth Reasor, Sarah Paulson, the playwright Carey Crim, the director Scott Schwartz, and Daniel Burns and Garret Dillahunt, cast members, shared a light moment. Barry Gordin

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

At the Osborn-Jackson House on Main Street

At the Madoo Conservancy

Now in its sixth year, the series will premiere on June 21 with “Life Itself,” a film by Steve James, the director of “Hoop Dreams,” about the film critic Roger Ebert

A new series of three Saturday night comedy shows at 8 begins this weekend

A study proram that not only encourages creativity but dovetails with Wyoming core curriculum standards.
Inda Eaton, left, and Nancy Atlas, on guitar, were joined at their Casper shows by Jen DePaolo of the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra.

A packed summer of events

Local art news
Drenusha Corkoni, Jennie Ljunberg, and Cissi Wallin enjoyed the opening reception at c/o the Maidstone in East Hampton for Josefin Hardinger’s photography show on Saturday night. Morgan McGivern
Lynn Duryea and Paton Miller were at the opening of their show at the Outeast Gallery on Saturday night in Montauk. Jane Bimson

The two-character play is set in the studio of the painter Mark Rothko
Steve Hamilton and Victor Slezak on the set of “Red.” T.E. McMorrow
Christian Scheider in his dressing room at Guild Hall T.E. McMorrow