arts

    Bay Street Theatre’s new artistic director, Scott Schwartz, has chosen three plays to be performed there this summer, which, he promised last week, will not be your run-of-the-mill summer season.
Workshops at the Parrish     The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill is offering two new workshops for artists of all skill levels during March. Linda Capello, an artist from Sag Harbor whose work focuses on the figure, will teach life...
    Don Christensen’s studio in Barnes Landing recalls the way New York City lofts looked before they became high-priced “loft-apartments.” Storage racks, worktables, tools and materials, and walls hung with...
    After several years writing about art critically, it is often surprising what ends up being surprising. Is it just the setting that makes a group show of East End artists so striking in a Chelsea gallery or is it the art itself?
    Akiko Kobayashi, a violinist, and Eric Siepkes, a pianist, will perform a program of works from Beethoven to Schumann Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton. Both musicians, who are based in New York,...
    The Montauk Library will host a free concert of Bulgarian folk music Saturday evening at 7:30. Vlada Tomova, an internationally acclaimed Bulgarian vocalist, will perform with Chris Rael, an American guitarist who plays sitar,...
   A sing-along in memory of Pete Seeger and his wife, Toshi, will take place on Saturday afternoon at 3 at Christ Episcopal Church on East Union Street in Sag Harbor. The free program will be led by Terry Sullivan, Dan Koontz, and Bill...
    Performance holds the stage at the Watermill Center during the coming week. “My Voice Has an Echo in It,” a durational performance by Temporary Distortion, will take place Saturday from 2 to 8 p.m. Temporary Distortion...
     “Vertigo,” Alfred Hitchcock’s classic psychological thriller, will be screened Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the John Drew Theater. Alec Baldwin and David Nugent, artistic director of the Hamptons International Film...
Love and Passion Redux     The opening reception for “Love and Passion: Walk on the Wild Side,” a collaboration between Karyn Mannix Contemporary, Hampton Hang, and the Sara Nightingale Gallery that was canceled because...
    There is a poem in Philip Schultz’s book “Failure,” which won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 2008, called “The Reasonable Houses of Osborne Lane.” Shifting from “cottages slowly blooming into...
    Not every artist manages to continue refreshing his work into his 70s, but Keith Sonnier, through the aid of a new studio space in Bridgehampton, has managed to do just that. The evidence is on view at Pace Gallery in Chelsea...
    Kate Mueth and the Neo-Political Cowgirls are partnering with the Retreat and Bay Street Theatre to participate in “V-Day, One Billion Rising” this evening at 7. V-Day is a global activist movement, founded by Eve...