James Casebere and new Saturday classes at the Parrish Art Museum; Folioeast to show “Sky, Sea, Land,” and Art Groove at Ashawagh Hall
In a time when tolerance, compassion, and human dignity seem in short supply, theatergoers can enjoy a major dose of all three at the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue, where Tom Griffin’s “The Boys Next Door” is running now through April 8.
Although the cardboard she adopted as a primary medium a few years ago is still present in the Anita Rogers Gallery in SoHo, Virva Hinnemo’s focus has lately shifted back to paper and, ultimately, to canvas.
“Title Wave at Bay Street: The Fifth Annual New Works Festival” will take place at the Sag Harbor theater from May 4 through May 6. It will include four new plays and musicals in development.
As part of the celebration of its 25th anniversary, the Watermill Center is holding a pre-summer party at Spring Place in TriBeCa next Thursday from 7 p.m. until 1 a.m.
The fourth iteration of “East End Collected,” the annual Southampton Arts Center exhibition organized by the artist Paton Miller, is a testament to the breadth and vitality of the East End art community. The 30 artists included in this...
This week, Guild Hall has The Met: Live in HD's simulcast of Mozart’s “Cosi Fan Tutte” and auditions for a new play "The Summit" to be presented in August.
“The 7th Circle” at the Southampton Cultural Center; Seven at Ashawagh; Wednesday Group at Amagansett Library
For more than 80 years, the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church’s organ has added its voice to innumerable services, weddings, funerals, and concerts. But recently it has started to show its age.
This year, there is a new harbinger of spring on the South Fork, the Hamptons Arts Weekend Festival, a full weekend of events sponsored by the newly formed Hamptons Arts Network.
The Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue is holding an open audition for the role of George in its spring production of Marc Camoletti’s bedroom farce “Don’t Dress for Dinner.”
Some art exhibitions are smart and some are more aesthetically inviting, featuring objects that draw one in from across a room. “A Radical Voice: 23 Women” is both.
“Spring Forward,,” a group show at Drawing Room; "No Longer Supported" at Nightingale; three at Ashawagh, and "Premium Blend" at White Room