Bebe Neuwirth, a Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress, singer, and dancer, will be the host on Saturday at the Ross School Center for Well-Being in East Hampton of a multidiscipline dance performance that will benefit the Paul Taylor Dance Foundation and the Ross School Scholarship Fund. World-class dancers will perform.
It seems silly in retrospect, but there was once a time when painting was so out of favor in the art world that artists who chose it as a medium were considered doomed to irrelevancy.
Public life these days is filled with images, some posed and others less scripted or welcome. While celebrities and starlets can refuse to participate in requests for selfies and such, those holding elected office have to consider how the public will view them if they are uncooperative. Fearing reprisals, the world of political photography has...
It is well known in print circles that Stanley William Hayter was a master of innovation in early Modernist printmaking. What is less known is that his studio, Atelier 17, inspired some 200 other artists, including Jackson Pollock, to push the limits of the various mediums in both engraved and relief techniques.
Athos Zacharias and Knox Martin will open summer exhibitions of their work on Saturday at Lawrence Fine Art in East Hampton. The Springs Improvement Society will hold its 49th annual invitational art exhibition from tomorrow through Aug. 21 at Ashawagh Hall in Springs.
“Living Well Is the Best Revenge: A Jazz Age Fable of Sara and Gerald Murphy,” an exhibition of photographs, paintings, decorative arts, and memorabilia, will open tomorrow at the East Hampton Historical Society’s Clinton Academy with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. It will remain on view through Oct. 10.
Miss Rosie, an Americana-folk group from Oberlin, Ohio, will bring both old-time tunes and original songs to the lawn of the Southampton Arts Center for a free concert Saturday at 7 p.m.
The Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will launch its 2016 Comedy Club on Monday at 8 p.m. with a performance by Richard Lewis, the comedian who has fashioned a stellar career by mining his own neuroses.
Eve Queler, founder and director of the Opera Orchestra of New York, will present an evening of operatic arias and duets by Bellini, Puccini, Verdi, and Donizetti tomorrow from 5 to 7 p.m. at the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton.
The year 1975 brought two films into the world whose shelf life has yet to expire: “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and “Grey Gardens.” Classics in themselves, they have also given rise to various spinoffs and rituals.
Carolines comedy club is coming to the beach and The Star has four pairs of tickets to give away to loyal fans of the newspaper and/or The Star’s new magazine East.
The Southampton Cultural Center will present an off-site production of “An Iliad,” a play by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare.
“Betting on Zero” isn’t your typical summer blockbuster, even for a documentary. There are no absolute winners and, arguably, no clear heroes. It’s not about kids or animals, and it is set in the until-recently lackluster world of finance.