Arts

Those who wonder what Albert Pink­ham Ryder’s work might have looked like mashed up with the 20th century will enjoy “Color and Time: Paintings by Roy Newell 1956-2000” at the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center.
Eric Dever in Chelsea
The recent appearance of Joe Pintauro’s photographs in galleries and in print came as a surprise to those who know him as a prolific playwright, poet, novelist, and longtime fixture of the theatrical and literary worlds. When he received Guild...
“Travesties” by Sir Tom Stoppard opened Saturday as the second production in Bay Street’s season of — as Scott Schwartz, the artistic director, puts it — “art and revolution.” If one were to Google the words...
Visitors to Aubrey Roemer’s cool, sizable studio, in a rented basement apartment in Montauk, are greeted with a sea of local faces painted on linen and strung from the rafters of the room. The work was originally called “The Montauk...
Jennifer Bartlett may take a serial approach to her artwork, whether within the pieces or in relationships between them, but she is never predictable and certainly not tedious.
John Leguizamo, an Emmy Award-winning actor and comedian who has appeared in more than 50 films, will take the stage at Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater at 8 tonight with “Ghetto Klown,” a one-man play directed by Fisher Stevens. Mr...
The Perlman Music Program’s summer music school on Shelter Island is presenting two free concerts this weekend in the Geffenberg Performance Tent. Tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. the program’s teachers will present their annual concert. Artists...
The Parrish Art Museum’s Sounds of Summer series will resume tomorrow at 6 p.m. with a performance by Mambo Loco. Formed in 2003, Mambo Loco blends classic Afro-Cuban and Puerto Rican music with old-school Latin and Latin Jazz.