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Hit! ‘Annie’ Is Right on Target

All plays and musicals are products of their time. The trick for a director is to find a way to contextualize them, or make them speak urgently to the here and now. Hats off, then, to Irving Berlin’s great musical “Annie Get Your Gun,” now at Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater.

Aug 15, 2019
Artists Craft Beautiful Boxes for a Worthy Cause

In 2000, East End Hospice first asked 100 local artists to transform small, unadorned boxes into works of art. Ever since, the call has gone out and the artistic community has responded.

Aug 15, 2019
Music, Style, and Comedy

Philip Glass, Alan Alda, Mo Amer, Lewis Black, and Susan Lucci are a few of the notable performers who are bringing their talents to Guild Hall this week.

Aug 15, 2019
On Southampton's Gilded Age

How the Gilded Age manifested itself on the East End is the subject of “High Style in the Gilded Age: Southampton 1870-1930,” which will open a one-year run at the Southampton History Museum on Saturday.

Aug 15, 2019
The Art Scene: 08.15.19

New shows at Ille Arts, Eric Firestone Gallery, Fireplace Project, Ashawagh Hall, Madoo Conservancy, and many more

Aug 15, 2019
Bits and Pieces: 08.15.19

A sake of Jack Larsen's personal collection, a Jersey Boy at Bay Street, Brazilian jazz at the Parrish, and more

Aug 15, 2019
303 Gallery: A Pioneer Turns 35

In many ways, the history of 303 Gallery is the history of the past few decades of art in America, and particularly of that halcyon mid-1980s moment from which so much of today’s art world still descends.

Aug 7, 2019
Emmanuel and Helm Sit for Portraits

The sounds of America are ringing out at Guild Hall this summer. Last month, the arts and cultural center’s second annual Guitar Masters Festival saw intimate performances by the likes of Buddy Guy, the Allman Betts Band, and Roseanne Cash, and the blues phenomenon J.D. Simo opening for the progeny of the Allman Brothers Band.

Aug 8, 2019
Chamber Music Festival Plays Outside the Box

The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival's “Dvorak in the New World” was narrated by the author, playwright, and Stony Brook professor Roger Rosenblat and centered on a few years (1891-93) when the Czech composer was in the United States.

Aug 8, 2019
Dance Project Born in the Sand

The Hamptons Dance Project was born on the sands of East Hampton’s Main Beach many years ago, after Jose Sebastian was adopted at the age of 3 but before he joined the American Ballet Theatre in 2010.

Aug 8, 2019