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Only good luck was in the air at the Friday night debut of William Shakespeare’s bloody masterpiece
The haunted, bloodlusting soul of Macbeth, played by Jeff Keogh, is teased and taunted by Dianne Benson and Bonnie Grice as two of the three witches he meets on the Scottish heath. Durell Godfrey

Smart and elegant
Barbara Jo Howard is part of the rotating ensemble cast of “Love, Loss, and What I Wore.” Tom Kochie

For both the plays and films, he tries to address “a hypocrisy, a paradox. a frustration, a social ill that I believe is still being discussed.”
Christian Scheider is offering several programs at the Amagansett and John Jermain libraries this winter. Jennifer Landes

The exhibition includes work that is gestural and full of color and linear movement
“Push,” by Robert Richenburg, is on view at the David Findlay Jr. Gallery in New York City.

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Eric Meola is known for his intense and often abstract-looking color photography
While Eric Meola takes his camera to the beach from time to time, he is most at home shooting in more distant and exotic locales. Top right: the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, at sunrise; Bottom right: “Desert Rendezvous,” taken in Niger Eric Meola and Joanna McCarthy Photos

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A trio of graduate-level workshops in writing and literature at Stony Brook Southampton

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"Fragments of a Circle #29, Nov. 17, 1976” by Stephen Antonakos will be on view with paintings by Robert Harms at the Drawing Room in East Hampton beginning this weekend. Jeffrey Sturges