Arts

Louis Schanker isn’t one of the first to come to mind when thinking of the grand artistic names of the mid-20th century on the South Fork, but perhaps he should be.
“Evita,” which will begin previews at Bay Street Theater on Tuesday, addresses issues as relevant today as they were in mid-20th-century Argentina.
Functional art and a preview cocktail party have been added to an old favorite event of the summer season.
A celebration of the lives and works of Judith and Gerson Leiber will be held on Saturday afternoon at the Leiber Collection in Springs.
Will Friedwald, a writer and music critic, will discuss Frank Sinatra with Bill Boggs on Saturday at the East Hampton Library.
Caroline Doctorow and her band, the Ballad Makers, will perform tunes from “the American Songbook and other stories” on Saturday.
Bruce Willis, Brooke Adams, Michael Nouri, Mercedes Ruehl, and Harris Yulin are among the stars who will be out this week at Guild Hall.
The Watermill Center’s annual summer lecture series features speakers from a wide range of disciplines, including a poet, a playwright, a composer, and a professor of mathematics and economics.
“SPF-18,” a coming-of-age story and tribute to teen films of the '80s and '90s, will screen on Sunday at the Southampton Arts Center.
Bobby Collins, who left a career as an executive at Calvin Klein to pursue a career as a full-time stand-up comedian, will share his comedic observations on Saturday.
Peter Marino took a few Warhols given to him by the artist into a world class art collection on view beginning Saturday at the Southampton Arts Center.
Saul Steinberg at Drawing Room; group show at R. J. Steele; Alice Hope in D.C.; "Tiny People" at the Shed, and more
Six works attributed to Willem de Kooning by a former assistant were found in an abandoned storage unit in New Jersey and will be auctioned later this year.