arts

Ask anyone who has seen “War Horse,” currently playing at the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center, what they thought of the show and you are more likely to get a gesture than an opinion
“History’s wheel just keeps on turning,” was what Peter Koper, the author of the screenplay “Nazi Invasion of the Hamptons,” said fascinated him about the eastern end of the South Fork in general and the subject of the Nazi invasion.
Born in Paris and feeling uprooted once her family immigrated to New York, Ms. Bigar, in her own words, “experienced a second birth, a new independence, self-belief, and the opening up of my world through my studies of art.”
Colin Quinn brought his version of the history of the world to Broadway and then to HBO. Now, “Colin Quinn: Long Story Short” is at Guild Hall in East Hampton through June 26.
The recent rave is the tropical look for our gardens, get out and get under the continent, go south, enthuse the pundits, quite forgetting that the gardener up north has always enjoyed the tender and the cosseted.
Packing a whip and a six-shooter, the musical comedy “Destry Rides Again” arrives at LTV Studios for a three-night stand beginning next Thursday.
“Prom,” the new Disney pic that opened in East Hampton and across the country this spring, may not be...