“A Maid’s Room” was written and directed by Michael Walker
“The Maid’s Room,” a film set on the South Fork, plays on the tensions between year-rounders and city folk.
A jack of all decorative trades and master of most
See the beautiful inlaid stone tabletop? No, you don’t. That’s Brian Leaver and the tabletop he painted to look like stone.
Tickets for all events can be purchased on Guild Hall’s Web site at theatermania.com
Local culture news
It shouldn’t be a problem to stay busy supporting worthy organizations this month
By Ellen T. White
Donald Sultan’s “Rouge Poppies April 25 2012,” in conté on paper, is part of a solo show of primarily works on paper at the Drawing Room in East Hampton.
Local art news
Casey Chalem Anderson discussed her work with a visitor at a previous Artists Alliance of East Hampton studio tour.
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