Arts

   A furniture store, a trip to Cuba, a legend regarding four wolves — how does one tell and preserve the stories and history of a family aside from the oral tradition? For decades and even centuries, the answer for many households...
   From a Nassau County suburb to Ankara to Okinawa to Amagansett, the path of life for Michael Jeffrey Griffith has been anything but dull, and now his story has become the inspiration for a new television series, with Michael S....
Docents Have Their Say     Visitors to the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center may know them as interpreters and keepers of the legacy of two of the most influential artists of the 20th century who worked in our backyard. But...
    The Watermill Center’s yearly Berlin Benefit patron trip happens April 16 to 18. Patrons have been invited to join Robert Wilson for the world premiere of “Peter Pan” with the Berliner Ensemble and music by...
    The Bay Street Theatre has announced its 2013 Mainstage season and a local audition date for the productions of “Lend Me a Tenor,” “The Mystery of Irma Vep,” and “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to...
    The Watermill Center’s yearly Berlin Benefit patron trip happens April 16 to 18. Patrons have been invited to join Robert Wilson for the world premiere of “Peter Pan” with the Berliner Ensemble and music by...
   Clare Coss, a playwright, psychotherapist, and activist, will give a dramatic reading of “Dangerous Territory,” her one-woman play about Mary White Ovington, on Sunday at noon at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of...
    Guild Hall will screen a National Theatre Live presentation of “People” on Saturday at 8 p.m. in the John Drew Theater. In it, Alan Bennett, the writer, is reunited with Nicholas Hytner, the director, and the actress...
   Pale of feature and hair and slender of form, Scott Bluedorn does not look like a ringleader or potent cultural force, but then looks can be deceiving. On a recent winter evening, he passed around a plastic container with the fruits of...