Divaria Productions will present Mozart’s “Cosi Fan Tutte” at the Bay Street Theater on Saturday evening at 8.
The Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a showing of two important documentaries this spring.
A permanent collection show that opened at the Museum of Modern Art last week reveals the result of several decades of commitment to acquiring art objects created by women. “Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction” spans the years...
“Open Garden,” a group exhibition of flower paintings and other mediums with floral motifs, will open at the Sara Nightingale Gallery in Sag Harbor with a reception Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. and remain on view through May 22. “EarthHamptons 2017,” a...
The Slocan Ramblers, a young bluegrass band from Canada, will perform two shows on Saturday at 6 and 8 p.m. at the Sylvester Manor Living Room on Shelter Island.
Josh and Hannah Faye Huizing will present a free concert of Disney songs and anecdotes about the media giant on Sunday at 4 p.m. at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church.
The Southampton Cultural Center’s Rising Stars piano series, which creates performance opportunities primarily for participants and alumni of Pianofest of the Hamptons, will open its 14th season on Saturday at 7 p.m. with a concert by Leonid Nediak.
Sarah Hunnewell, who has served as the executive director of the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue for more than 20 years, has announced that she is stepping down to turn the company over to new leadership and new ideas.
The Met Live in HD will present Tchaikovsky’s 1881 opera “Eugene Onegin” on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Guild Hall in East Hampton. Adapted from Pushkin’s verse novel, the opera is a meditation on love, betrayal, art, and the pitfalls of society.
“In Process,” the Watermill Center’s ongoing series of programs designed to connect its artist residents with the community, will feature performative works by Carrie Mae Weems, Lexy Ho-Tai, and Lotte Nielsen on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4. The...

Iris Smyles, the fiction editor of The Star's East magazine introduced The Met: Live in HD simulcast of Verdi’s “La Traviata,” last month at Guild Hall.
For the past few weeks, “Black and White,” currently on view at his Tripoli Gallery in Southampton, has explored the absence of color with a diverse cast of artists, both new and familiar to the gallery.
Williams and Rossa Cole, who grew up in East Hampton and are descended from one of the Irish rebellion's folk heroes, have made a film about their ancestor and what their family's legacy means to them. The East Hampton Library will screen the film on