Joseph Vecsey, the comedy show’s longtime host, with Vladimir Caamano and Leonard Ouzts, take incompetence to unheard-of levels as the fictional Three Brothers Moving company
Vladimir Caamano, Leonard Ouzts, and Joseph Vecsey would rather eat than haul furniture when playing the Three Brothers Moving company in sketches for Optimum TV.

At the Watermill Center
A scene from "Rise" by Lisa Ross

At Guild Hall

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

Dylan Blue, left, who grew up in Water Mill, has a supporting role in "The Preppie Connection," as the friend of the film's protagonist, played by Thomas Mann. IFC Films

Irina Ourusoff is an artist from East Hampton who formerly worked as a translator for the United Nations
Irina Ourusoff has become an artist in her retirement, and has now added building dollhouses to her repertoire. She builds them from scratch, decorates them just as an interior designer would design a real-life house, and fills them with handmade furniture, below. Durell Godfrey

An opening exhibition of paintings by Fulvio Massi and sculpture by Marianne Weil
Sara DeLuca took a break in her new gallery space on Amagansett’s Main Street. It will open on Saturday. Mark Segal

A play by the British playwright Chloe Moss
Chloe Dirksen, left, and Jessica Mortellaro have produced and will star in “This Wide Night,” which will begin at Guild Hall next Thursday.

The Bonac Tonic art collective was conceived in 2005 in the belief that “art should be for everyone,”