Arts

At Guild Hall
Edward Albee and Jack Lenor Larsen at LongHouse Larsenworld

At the Stephen Talkhouse

Local Art News

At Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

At the Southampton Arts Center

“Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press,” directed by Brian Knappenberger, will be first out of the gate on July 8 at Guild Hall
Hulk Hogan was the plaintiff in litigation that brought down the media gossip site Gawker last year. The trial is featured in “Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press.”

Winner of the American Pianists Award and the Christel DeHaan Fellowship of the American Pianists Association
Drew Petersen will be spending much of the coming months in Manhattan as he pursues an advanced degree at the Juilliard School and makes his debut recording for the Steinway & Sons label. Durell Godfrey

“Diversity every day, not one day or one month, but every day,”
Pilobolus Robert Whitman
Mamalee Rose will have its last performance at Guild Hall in July.

In East Hampton
Howard Kanovitz’s “Four A.M. E.S.T.” may include members of his own band, including the artist, at left on trombone, and his friend Larry Rivers next to him on sax.
“Lady Gengi’s Maze,” with its eclectic elements from different periods of the artist’s career, is one odd work by Miriam Schapiro.

A highly entertaining piece of musical craft, composed by a top-flight talent
Jonah Broscow in “Man in the Ceiling” Lenny Stucker