arts

The Southampton Cultural Center is ringing in the holiday season this weekend with its production of “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play.” Lest readers think they’re familiar with “It’s a Wonderful Life,”...
Michael Wolfe, director, writer, star, and co-producer of “Maybe Tomorrow,” an independent dramatic film that has just been released on DVD, began his film career with humble ambitions. As teenagers growing up on Long Island in the early...
“To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee has bred generations of followers, and there’s good reason: For baby boomers and beyond, the Pulitzer Prize-winning book was the first clear depiction of fighting for civil rights, in spite of...
“A Cavalcade of Dolls and Toys” will open Saturday at Clinton Academy in East Hampton and remain on display on Saturdays and Sundays through December. The exhibition features dolls and toys from years past, among them a whale boat...
Guild Hall is offering an eight-session Shakespeare workshop for actors and actors-in-training beginning today at 6 p.m. and continuing through Feb. 5. Students age 16 and up will work on sonnets, monologues, mask work, scene work, and more,...
Paton Miller at Horowitz “Paton Miller: The Edge of the World,” an exhibition of recent and older works that reflect the Southampton artist’s longstanding exploration of the interface between land and sea, will open Saturday at...
The Public Theater in New York City has installed “Posters for Papp,” an ongoing exhibition of Paul Davis’s artwork for the theater company and its founder, Joseph Papp. Between 1975 and 1991, Mr. Davis, who lives in Sag Harbor...
Stephan Keszler, who has had a presence here with galleries in several locations, is featured in a documentary on the anonymous street artist and provocateur who calls himself Banksy.
“Every other line is famous,” whispered an audience member in astonishment to her friend during a performance of the Round Table Theatre Company’s “Hamlet” at Guild Hall on Sunday.