Arts


By Daniel Koontz
Cherry Duke, a mezzo-soprano soloist in the Choral Society of the Hamptons’ concert on Saturday, engaged in a call and response with the oboist Terry Keevil, suggesting birds and all of nature joining in praising God. Morgan McGivern
A self-portrait of Andy Warhol will be one of the works in Vered’s 10th annual silent auction, a preview of which begins tomorrow with bids accepted until July 3.

Surrounded by her work in other mediums, Irina Ourusoff demonstrated her rug-hooking technique in her Georgica studio.

Darrell Hammond plays a convincing if quiet Truman Capote in the play “Tru” at the Bay Street Theatre through the end of the month. Jerry Lamonica

The Staple Singers are a main focus of the documentary “Rejoice and Shout” at the Bay Street Theatre Monday.


“I Am Pascal,” from 1986-87, is one of the works featured in a retrospective of Dorothea Rockburne opening at the Parrish Art Museum this weekend.

Colin Quinn with Jerry Seinfeld
Colin Quinn, who is performing his one-man show, “Colin Quinn: Long Story Short,” at Guild Hall through June 26, took a break with Jerry Seinfeld, who directed the show at Guild Hall, on Broadway, and for HBO.

“I think it’s impossible to look into the puppets’ eyes and not see life in there,” Peter Hermann, center, said of the Handspring Puppet Company’s creations for “War Horse,” at the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center. Paul Kolnik