Arts

An open non-Equity audition

Both smart and aesthetically inviting
"A Radical Voice: 23 Women" includes work by Alice Hope, above, with her spiral sculpture made of can tabs and tubing. Daniel Gonzalez
Laurie Lambrecht is showing her "Bark Cloths."Daniel Gonzalez
Bonnie Rychlak and Jeanne Silverthorne's "Grate of Unintentional." Daniel Gonzalez

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At the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton
A photograph of the children from "The Children of Chabannes" from a journal used for the film. The Children of Chabannes

"Thumping good fun"
The cast of "Romeo and Juliet," Shakespeare's classic tale of star-crossed lovers, now onstage at Guild Hall. Durell Godfrey
Projections by Joe Brondo, along with dance and fight choreography by Kate Mueth and Dan Renkin, and music selected by David Brandenburg, a sound designer, contribute to this energetic version of “Romeo and Juliet.”Tom Kochie
The producers stay true to the text as they give key scenes, such as this one with Alex Might playing Romeo Montague and Olivia De Salvo as Juliet Capulet, a contemporary twist.Durell Godfrey

“Laughin’ Just to Keep From Cryin’,”
Terry Sullivan will give two concerts this weekend. Terry Sullivan

An exhibition of 57 images by 20 modern and contemporary photographers
Balthazar Korab's 1964 interior view of the TWA Flight Center at J.F.K. International Airport, emphasizes the complexity of Eero Saarinen's curvilinear architecture.
Julius Shulman's photograph of the Chuey House in Los Angeles, from 1956, captures Richard Neutra's use of glass walls and open-air patios to seamlessly blend inside and outside.

A doc fest branches out

Less widely known than his groundbreaking exhibitions is his early and ongoing connection to the East End
Billy Sullivan painted Kynaston McShine's portrait in 2001 on Gerard Drive in Springs. It is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art. The photograph of Mr. McShine was taken in Springs in the 1960s. Gary Mamay
Kynaston McShine found a haven in Springs, where he was "most himself," according to a close friend.Virva Hinnemo

Ms. Eaton’s eighth overall release, and the first to be written entirely at home
Inda Eaton will perform with the percussionist Jeffrey Smith tomorrow night at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.