Arts

Before Joe Lauro could see his 10-year labor of love made manifest in the flickering images of a documentary film, there were a few minor obstacles to overcome. “We had two hours to tell a story that goes back 300 years.”
Ms. Ourusoff has shown her rugs at craft shows for the past decade, and exhibited her paintings at Guild Hall and Ashawagh Hall.
The play “Tru” by Jay Presson Allen, now showing at the Bay Street Theatre and starring Darrell Hammond, captures Capote right around the time when he began creeping into caricature.
The Parrish Art Museum will present the first ever retrospective of Dorothea Rockburne beginning on Sunday with more than 50 works spanning more than a half-century of artistic production.
Colin Quinn, best known for his comedy work on television and in night clubs, brought his act “Colin Quinn: Long Story Short” to Guild Hall in East Hampton last week.
Ask anyone who has seen “War Horse,” currently playing at the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center, what they thought of the show and you are more likely to get a gesture than an opinion
“History’s wheel just keeps on turning,” was what Peter Koper, the author of the screenplay “Nazi Invasion of the Hamptons,” said fascinated him about the eastern end of the South Fork in general and the subject of the Nazi invasion.
Born in Paris and feeling uprooted once her family immigrated to New York, Ms. Bigar, in her own words, “experienced a second birth, a new independence, self-belief, and the opening up of my world through my studies of art.”