The fall calendar is chockablock with music, theater, performance, art exhibitions, and other cultural enticements
Aleksandrs Antonenko sings the title role of “Otello” in the Met: Live in HD production of the Shakespeare tragedy, to be telecast at Guild Hall.
Alexis Rockman’s “Rough-Legged Hawk” will be on view in an exhibition of the artist’s East End field drawings at the Parrish Art Museum.
The guitar master G.E. Smith will be joined by special guests, including Ethan Hawke and Roger Waters, for his three “Portraits” concerts at Bay Street Theater.
“Hamlet,” starring Benedict Cumberbatch, right, in the title role and Kobna Hodlbrook-Smith as Laertes, will be shown in telecast through National Theatre Live at Guild Hall in October.
German-born and Brooklyn-based, Anke Weyer can be seen to have been influenced by both domestic and German Abstract Expressionism
Anke Weyer's "Myellow"
“Untitled (Blue)”, left, by Anke Weyer tends to borrow from the palette of the newsprint circular underneath. “Toujours le Soleil”, center. “Top Love”, right, hides a Pop-like word painting under a layer of pure abstraction — or is it?
The festival will kick off with a screening of “La Once,” a 2014 film from Chile
“This Is My Lucky Day!”
Judy Carmichael, a vocalist and stride pianist, has taken on lyrics in her latest cabaret show.
Inspired by the Lewis Carroll story, it features many styles of dance
Tweedledum and Tweedledee and a not-so-white rabbit are among the characters in Our Famous Variety Show’s production “Our Adventures in Wonderland,” premiering tomorrow at Guild Hall.
At the Bay Street Theater
At the Amagansett Library
At the Library
At the Southampton Cultural Center
At the home of Marie-Eve and Michel Berty at 44 Sayre’s Path in Wainscott