Arts

   What do you get when you combine two actors, eight parts, and a stew of Gothic theatrical silliness? A whole lot of laughs, when the production is as sharp and clean as that of Bay Street’s “The Mystery of Irma Vep....
   The surprise that is Noel Coward is coming to the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall next week, starring Blythe Danner and Simon Jones, and directed by Tony Walton, in the form of “Tonight at 8:30.”    Coward wrote...
    Mid-July has become art fair season on the South Fork, with three fairs running in rapid succession, two this weekend in Bridgehampton and another beginning July 25 in Southampton.     Both ArtHamptons and artMRKT...
More Aycock, Now In East Hampton     The “Alice Aycock: New Works on Paper” exhibition will open on Saturday at the Drawing Room in East Hampton.     Ms. Aycock came of age as an artist between the...
   Stephanie Whiston of Montauk has dived in deep seas over 1,000 times in the last 20 years. And all because of her little fear of sharks!     A friend suggested she combat that fear by diving with the often-maligned...
   The annual Bridgehampton Antiques and Design Fair will be open tomorrow through Sunday at the Bridgehampton Community House. In a packed week of art fairs and related events, this fair will feature, among many less elderly items, a...
   On Saturday, at the Montauk Library, the classical pianist Drew Peterson will perform a concert titled “Mostly Chopin . . . and Some Surprises!”     Considered a child prodigy, Mr. Peterson started playing...
   Monday is the final film submission deadline for the Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival, which will take place Dec. 6 through 8 at Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theatre.     Filmmakers from Montauk to Manhattan...
   Tomorrow, the Sag Harbor Historical Society will hold its Fridays on the Porch with Rebecca Radin of the Parrish Art Museum. She will speak at the Annie Cooper Boyd House about William Merritt Chase’s Shinnecock Hills Summer...