arts

    A screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 film “Vertigo,” presented by Guild Hall and the Hamptons International Film Festival, drew a full house to the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Saturday...
    While the founding families of Shelter Island — the Sylvesters, the Havenses, the Nicolls — are well-known cornerstones of the island’s history, the slaves and Native Americans who built and inhabited the island...
    The Met: Live in HD will resume at Guild Hall at noon on Saturday with Alexander Borodin’s epic “Prince Igor.” Famous for its Polovtsian dances, the opera is being staged at the Met for the first time in almost...
    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.
    The East Hampton Historical Society’s winter lecture series, In Their Own Words: Voices From East Hampton’s Past, continues tomorrow at 7 p.m. at Clinton Academy with “The Rustic Manners of Old East Hampton: John...
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...
     “Get Paid to Talk,” an introductory class focused on the voice-over profession, will be held at the Southampton Cultural Center Monday evening from 6:30 to 9. Conducted by an instructor from voicecoaches.com, the...
    HITFest, the Hamptons Independent Theatre Festival, will present the fifth episode of the “Water’s Edge Radio Hour” Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Bridgehampton Community House, where it will be recorded live for...
    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...