By Kurt Wenzel
Chloe Dirksen and Jessica Mortellaro, right, may shake “your wintry Hamptons complacency” with their performances in “This Wide Night.”
Chloe Dirksen, top, and Jessica Mortellaro play two former prison cellmates who cannot quite make it in the real world after they finish their sentences.
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The Eric Firestone Loft opened on Great Jones Street on Feb. 4 with “Miriam Schapiro: The California Years, 1967 to 1975.”
Miriam Schapiro’s earlier work, as seen at the Eric Firestone Loft in New York City, looked much closer to the hard-edge abstraction of her male counterparts.
The Estate of Miriam Schapiro/Firestone Gallery
The gallery view includes "Side OX" and two of her "Mylar" series works The Estate of Miriam Schapiro/Firestone Gallery
An installation view including the "Femmage" works in the gallery
A concert in three acts happening at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
Inda Eaton will deliver a three-act concert with a little help from her band and several guest musicians at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Saturday.
Joseph Vecsey, the comedy show’s longtime host, with Vladimir Caamano and Leonard Ouzts, take incompetence to unheard-of levels as the fictional Three Brothers Moving company
Vladimir Caamano, Leonard Ouzts, and Joseph Vecsey would rather eat than haul furniture when playing the Three Brothers Moving company in sketches for Optimum TV.
At the Watermill Center
A scene from "Rise" by Lisa Ross
At Guild Hall
At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
Dylan Blue, left, who grew up in Water Mill, has a supporting role in "The Preppie Connection," as the friend of the film's protagonist, played by Thomas Mann.