The first production of “Men’s Lives” struck a chord in the heart of the South Fork community
In rehearsal for “Men’s Lives,” which returns to the Bay Street Theatre next week, were Brian Hutchinson, Peter McRobbie, and Rob DiSario, with Harris Yulin, the director, right, and Scott Thomas Hinson and Deborah Hedwall in the background.
The SummerDocs series will include five presentations
Sixto Diaz Rodriguez, more commonly known as Rodriguez in South Africa, where he is a huge star, is the subject of “Searching for Sugar Man,” a new documentary.
The summer concert will take a British theme
By Jeane Bice
Daisy Jopling will perform at Guild Hall next Thursday at 8 p.m. as part of the Crossroads Music Showcase.
Local culture news
The cultural center’s first show to focus exclusively on video art
“Joyride,” a piece by Tony Oursler and Constance DeJong from 1988, will be shown in “Escape: Video Art” at Guild Hall beginning Saturday.
Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York
Local art news
Donald Sultan’s “Skyflowers Blue Green May 31 1997,” a tempera painting on Somerset paper, is part of a new solo show of his work at the Drawing Room Gallery in East Hampton.
There is a moody grayness that permeates every image
Tria Giovan’s moody and restrained evocations of the Sagaponack shoreline, the subject of a new book and exhibition, were taken over the course of a decade.
Its restoration will be celebrated tomorrow
Now and then.
Robert Hefner and Jeff Heatley Photos
“LUV” is an absurdist comedy written in the early 1960s
“LUV” plays the ups and downs and ins and outs of love for laughs at Guild Hall through July 1.