The Stowaways — a group of the New York area’s talented young actors, musicians, and comedians who share a love for the classic and modern improv comedy forms
The Stowaways, Bay Street’s own group of quick-witted improv performers, will be onstage at the theater during February and March. Marnie Joyce

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BroadwayHD’s encore screening of “Indecent” on Saturday
A scene from "Indecent," which will be screened at Guild Hall on Saturday Carol Rosegg

The December meeting of the Hamptons Arts Network took place in the newly renovated barn at the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack. Members of the new alliance of South Fork cultural institutions are shown below. Tracy Mitchell, executive director, Bay Street Theater
The Eastville Community Historical Society (with Dr. Georgette Grier-Key).Photos by Durell Godfrey
The Parrish Art Museum.
LongHouse Reserve.
Bay Street Theater and the Southampton Arts Center.

“Crimes of the Heart,” at the Southampton Cultural Center
Kristin Whiting and Josephine Wallace in “Crimes of the Heart” at the Southampton Cultural Center Dane Dupuis

Three screened offerings in one weekend
“Tosca” Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera
A scene from "Tosca" at the Metropolitan OperaKen Howard/Metropolitan Opera

At The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill
One of the story circles from last year's event. Parrish Art Museum

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"Who Am I" by Kenneth B. Walsh will be on view at the White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton beginning this weekend as part of its show "Flow."

Three scripts for films being shown in Park City stopped briefly in East Hampton for a polish
Andrea Riseborough in "Nancy"