Arts

Joel Grey, whose memoir, “Master of Ceremonies,” was published in February, will appear onstage at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Saturday afternoon at 5 — not as master of ceremonies at the Kit Kat Klub in 1931 Berlin but as himself, an Oscar and Tony Award-winning actor, singer, dancer, and, perhaps less publicly but with no less...
The Southampton Writers Conference at Stony Brook Southampton will offer a master class led by Roger Rosenblatt, a novelist and longtime essayist for the “PBS NewsHour” and Time magazine, from July 6 through July 16. To encourage broader participation by East End residents, the conference is offering a locals’ discount of $100 off the standard $...
The Perlman Music Program will present “Classical Collaborations,” a concert of chamber music, at the Southampton Cultural Center tomorrow at 7 p.m.
The Pat DeRosa Orchestra will present a free concert of jazz standards at the Montauk Library on Wednesday evening at 7:30.
The Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs has just published the first children's book about the Abstract Expressionist painter Lee Krasner. “Lee Krasner: An Artist’s Life,” was Written by Alan Zola Kronzek, illustrated by Ruby Jackson, and edited by Helen Harrison, the study center’s director. “WetLand,” Mary Mattingly’s modified...
The East Hampton residence of Hilary Knight, the illustrator of the “Eloise” books and so many more, will be open for a book signing and tag sale on Saturday afternoon from 1 to 4. While there will be no original Eloise illustrations for sale, antiques and decorative furniture will be on offer, and visitors can see a hand-painted jungle mural jam-...
If a house in Southampton can be classic and new at the same time, there’s a good chance it was designed or redesigned by John David Rose, an architect with deep roots in the village and a determination to honor its architectural history. One such house, a Dutch Colonial on Boyeson Road, can be seen on Saturday as part of the Southampton...
The idea of German Expressionist comedy seems rather oxymoronic, but in the hands of Steve Martin it becomes zany social commentary. In his play “The Underpants,” a young bourgeois couple copes with infamy and flirts with infidelity, learning something about each other in the process.
The HooDoo Loungers, widely acknowledged as the East Coast New Orleans party band, will perform at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill tomorrow evening at 6 as part of the museum’s “Sounds of Summer” series of outdoor concerts.