arts

The Hamptons International Film Festival’s 2016 Summerdocs series will conclude on Aug. 27 at Guild Hall with a 7 p.m. screening of “A Perfect Candidate,” a 1996 documentary by R.J. Cutler and David Van Taylor about the 1994 Virginia senatorial race between Oliver North, above, and Charles Robb.
The Montauk Artists’ Association will hold its 22nd annual juried fine art show on the Montauk Green tomorrow from noon to 6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Christopher Engel, an artist and teacher who incorporates Jungian philosophy and techniques in his arts workshops, will open at the Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor,...
With Labor Day weekend just around the corner, patrons are flocking to Guild Hall for an innovative series of end-of-summer performances. Only a handful of tickets remain for “New York City Ballet On and Off Stage,” an intimate look at the ballet company hosted by Jared Angle, a principal dancer, tomorrow at 8 p.m. The evening will include...
The world premiere of “Andromeda,” a production of Kate Mueth and the Neo-Political Cowgirls, will take place outdoors at the Montauk County Park from next Thursday through Aug. 28.
“The Sonic Garden Party,” a presentation of LongHouse Reserve’s Junior Council, will take place Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the East Hampton reserve and sculpture garden.
A Hip to Hip Theatre production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” will be presented tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in Agawam Park in Southampton. It will be followed by “As You Like It” on Saturday at the same time. The free program is being offered by the Southampton Cultural Center.
Migguel Anggelo and his band, the Immigrants, will perform a free concert on the outdoor stage of the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday at 6 p.m. The group has recently returned from Russia, where it shared a vibrant fusion of Latin and American culture in sold-out shows in concert halls and music festivals and performed at the home of the U.S....
The Parrish Road Show, the museum’s off-site series of summer exhibitions, will present “Permanent Transience,” an installation by Toni Ross, at Marders in Bridgehampton from Saturday through Sept. 5. Ms. Ross will be at the site on Sunday at 11 a.m. to discuss her work.

Christopher John Campion's performance opening for M. Ward at the Stephen Talkhouse brought him full circle to the night he first set foot there for a Buddy Guy show in 1988.

I think it’s fair to say that “My Fair Lady” is one of the great examples of the American musical’s golden era (that period from the mid-1950s through the ’60s). This 1956 work has just about everything — humor, romance, and some trenchant social satire, including a feminist motif that must have seemed daring for the ’50s. And it was composed by...
Two concerts with imaginative programming and outstanding performances marked the beginning of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival’s 33rd season. One was an overview of a great composer’s life and music, and the other was a sampling of shorter, lighter pieces that are not often heard.

Studio or plein-air, Tile Club member or Abstract Expressionist, painters have praised the South Fork’s light across many disciplines and movements. All of them agree it casts a certain spell, and few places can match the body of remarkable artistic evidence we have to back it up.
Minimal Art does not have the strong connection to the East End that landscape painting, Abstract Expressionism, or Pop do. And, with the exception of Dan Flavin, Minimalism does not characterize the production of artists who have lived and worked here since the mid-1970s. It might, therefore, come as a surprise that “Aspects of Minimalism:...