Arts

Four East End actors will read A. R. Gurney's “Love Letters” for two-weekends at the Southampton Cultural Center through Feb. 17.
When the HooDoo Loungers take the stage at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Saturday night, the nine-piece band will have much to celebrate.
The East Hampton Library’s Winter Film Festival will launch on Sunday with “I Am Not a Witch,” a satiric feminist fairy tale set in contemporary Zambia.
The Grenning Gallery is greeting the new year with a show of figurative art at its new space shared with Black Swan Antiques on Main Street in Sag Harbor.
“To Dust,” starring Matthew Broderick and produced by Alessandro Nivola and Emily Mortimer — all Amagansett residents — will open at Village East Cinema in Manhattan on Friday, Feb. 8.
“The Price of Everything,” a film of contrasts between the art market and the art world, attracted a sizable crowd to Guild Hall on Saturday night.
Art at Little Estia's Kitchen, Bujese's connections at Kathryn Markel, talk on David Salle at Parrish
Inda Eaton, Shirley Chisholm, the Coen Brothers, and films on environmental issues
A Shakespearean tragedy of ancient Rome, a beloved opera set in 19th-century Spain, and a contemporary drama inspired by real events in a segregated American city will be presented at Guild Hall this week.
Dylan Greene's pursuit of teaching music as a career hit a few snags before he managed to get the degree that brought him back to East Hampton High School.
The Screen Actors Guild recognized Alan Alda with a lifetime achievement award at its awards ceremony on Sunday night.
Two at Halsey McKay, Chase and the Shinnecock, Michelle Stuart and Mary Boochever in Manhattan, and call for submisions
In Emile de Antonio’s “Painters Painting,” many titans of midcentury modern art are seen walking and talking, no longer ghosts but vital, even young, sentient beings.