This is an ill-conceived rendition of the 1978 hit that ran on Broadway for over 1,500 performances.
Adam Fronc leads a country and western number in a production of “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” at the Southampton Culture Center.
At the Quogue Community Hall on Jessup Avenue, Quogue
At the Peter Marcelle Gallery in Bridgehampton
The artist Cruz and his wife, Patti Cruz, posed with his submarine creation.
Roz Block’s hat demonstrated that there may be more than bats in that belfry.
Other works took on many influences, from Pop to Surrealism and even Lincoln Logs.
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Steve Miller took over the Philip Johnson-designed interior of the Four Seasons restaurant in New York City recently with an installation of his X-ray series dealing with the Amazon rain forest. Images were projected throughout the restaurant and placed in light boxes around the bar and in the pool. The one-night stand took place on Oct. 9.
Dash’s most recent pastels are on view and they are quite abstract
“From Blue Hill I,” from this year, is one of Robert Dash’s more expressionistic works in the “Blue Hill” series.
Chuck Holtzman’s “#864,” a drawing from 2012, combines his preoccupation with geometry with a free-form stream of consciousness. Gary Mamay
She spoke with Joe Neumaier, a New York Daily News film critic, in one of the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Conversation With programs
Helena Bonham Carter discussed her life and career with Joe Neumaier of The Daily News at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor on Saturday.
Helena Bonham Carter channels Elizabeth Taylor in the BBC America film “Burton and Taylor.”
Rowdy Talks series kicked off Friday morning at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton
Julie Anderson and Barbara Kopple discussed documentary filmmaking at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton.
“I wanted to sing some things I don’t play, in a different style from what I play. It was great to think about nothing but singing.”
Judy Carmichael will perform songs from her new album, “I Love Being Here With You,” at the American Hotel in Sag Harbor on Sunday at noon.
For Bay Street Theatre’s new artistic director
The Louvre’s 2013 Grand Invité