By Lynn Blumenfeld
By Bill Henderson
The sense of loss, time’s passage, outmoded and obsolete technologies, practices, and forms is inherent in these rooms
Two pieces by Ross Watts, “Jacks” and “Tar No. 3,” flank “Love Letter” by Peter Sabbeth in an installation at the Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill.
Mr. Sabbeth’s installation expands to the wall, with an untitled work in chalk on black paint and two other works, “Untitled Work on Paper #7” and “Just a Painting, Buddha Says.”Sara Nightingale Photos
This staged version was written in 1956 by an incredible writing duo, the prolific and gifted Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
Jessica Mortellaro plays Anne Frank, and Georgia Warner, in the background, plays her older sister, Margot, in the Literature Live! presentation of “The Diary of Anne Frank” at the Bay Street Theatre.
By Gary Hodgins
This corner window on the seventh floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building is directly above the window on the sixth floor from which Lee Harvey Oswald fired at the president. The circle imposed on the pavement below marks one of two white Xs that commemorate exactly where he was hit.
By Judy Bergsma
By Geri Chrein
By Tim Donahue
This is an ill-conceived rendition of the 1978 hit that ran on Broadway for over 1,500 performances.
Adam Fronc leads a country and western number in a production of “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” at the Southampton Culture Center.
Dash’s most recent pastels are on view and they are quite abstract
“From Blue Hill I,” from this year, is one of Robert Dash’s more expressionistic works in the “Blue Hill” series.
Chuck Holtzman’s “#864,” a drawing from 2012, combines his preoccupation with geometry with a free-form stream of consciousness. Gary Mamay