The East Hampton Star is proud to announce its new Experiential division, dedicated to providing both our readers and our partners with innovative and unexpected experiences designed to surprise, delight and create long-lasting community connections.
The East Hampton Star and Guild Hall Present
A Guided Architectural Tour, Public Conversation, and Dinner
With Architecture Critic and Historian Alastair Gordon and Architect Christopher Coy
Featuring three private residences by Barnes Coy Architects. Participants will meet at the Guild Hall Education Center for a slide presentation and conversation between Alastair Gordon and Christopher Coy before going on a guided architectural tour of three recent houses — Beachfront House, Courtyard House, Meadow House — via the Hampton Jitney. After the tour, participants are invited to attend an exclusive dinner at 6 p.m. with Gordon and Coy at the Maidstone Restaurant, 207 Main Street, East Hampton.
Price (including lecture, tour & dinner): $250 Guild Hall Members: $200
GUILD HALL EVENT SERIES
Join The East Hampton Star for a private three-course dinner at the Maidstone Hotel before each performance.
GE Smith presents PORTRAITS featuring Loudon Wainwright III and special guest Wesley Stace
(aka John Wesley Harding)
Produced by Taylor Barton in association with Guild Hall
A musical series with very rare couplings, highlighting conversations, stripped down to the bone, with exclusive artists in a highly intimate setting. Tickets from $125-$220 / $120-$215 Members
Alec Baldwin, Chris Bauer, & Rob Morrow star in a staged reading of 'Stan The Man'
A new comedy by Eugene Pack
Directed by Josh Gladstone. Stan the Man, written by Drama Desk award winner and Emmy nominee Eugene Pack, is a fast paced dark comedy that follows the intense, competitive intrigue between three businessmen away at a leadership seminar. Tickets from $100-$145 / $98-$140 Members
Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams: An Evening of Country and Americana
Music from 'Contraband Love' and more
In their new album, 'Contraband Love,' Larry and Teresa revisit the Americana textures of the duo’s debut, while deftly channeling Memphis, Chicago, the Delta, and Appalachia with equal assurance. Larry’s world-famous guitar work – scorching here, funky there, stellar always – punctuates the proceedings with riveting emotion, often like a third voice, weighing in on a myriad of emotional states. Tickets from $100-$135 / $98-$130 Members
Philip Glass: Works for Piano
Composed by Philip Glass
Performed by Philip Glass, Anton Batagov, and Jenny Lin
An all-Glass program performed by Philip Glass and two guest pianists featuring recent composition for solo
piano and new arrangements of classic Glass works. Tickets from $135-$270 / $130-$265 Members