“The Man in the Ceiling,” the musical, is near enough to completion to be publicly aired in a reading on May 1 at 3 p.m. at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
“I hope to see it in a New York theater before my 90th birthday,” Jules Feiffer said of the musical version of “The Man in the Ceiling,” his 1993 novel. “I’m 87.” Morgan McGivern

Local Art News
Sally Gelling dropped her artwork off at Guild Hall last week to be part of the annual members show opening on Saturday. Durell Godfrey

In East Hampton

An installation view of the Brian Gaman exhibition at the Parrish Art Museum includes several of his pigment prints and two groupings of his sculptures. Gary Mamay Photos
An untitled cast aluminum work by Mr. Gaman dates from 1987 and is the earliest work in the show.

"Singin' in the Rain" from an earlier production Tom Kochie

Accion Residente

A brief, lively, and remarkably complete survey of the best and most important breakthroughs and highlights of the artist’s career
Drawn wholly from its permanent collection, the Museum of Modern Art’s Jackson Pollock survey includes works from the entire career of the artist. Paintings include, left, “Gothic,” from 1944, right, “Full Fathom Five,” an early drip painting from 1947, and below, “The Flame,” from about 1934 to 1938 Pollock-Krasner Foundation/ Artists Rights Society, New York
"Landscape with Steer," a lithograph with airbrushed enamel additions is dated to around 1936-37. Pollock-Krasner Foundation/ Artists Rights Society, New York
A sheet from a sketchbook with animal drawings in gouache and ink on paper dates from 1942.Pollock-Krasner Foundation/ Artists Rights Society, New York

A master class with Alexander Dinelaris
Alexander Dinelaris conducted a riveting screenwriting master class for a full house at the Ross School as part of the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Screenwriters Lab. Mark Segal