Arts

Star Staff
Ensemble featuring Margery Fitts on harp, Song-A Cho on violin, and Chris Shaughnessy on viola will play Saturday in Bridgehampton.
In Yasmina Reza’s new novel, midlife angst and middle-class despair don’t stop at the Paris city limits. And if they can be dismissed as first-world problems, what about murder?
Mark Segal
“Light of the Ocean” is an immersive marine environment with pathways through sand, seashells, and live sea grass with paintings, projections, whale song, and the smell of the sea.
Star Staff
The 10th season of Literature Live! at Bay Street will feature a stage adaptation of Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby,” beginning next Thursday.
Opinion
Jennifer Landes
Mark Borghi’s Bridgehampton gallery is showing a group of recent works by Liz Doyle, a painter who lives in Northwest Ireland and works in the relatively new medium of pigment in oil and soft cold wax on board or canvas.
Opinion
Judy D’Mello
With a running time of 35 minutes, assessing the quality of the Boots on the Ground production of "The Red Badge of Courage" is a challenge.
Mark Segal
Gail Levin talk on Syd Solomon at Guild Hall; "Promised Land Remembered" in Amagansett; “White and Black Show” at Malia Mills; and small works at RJD
Star Staff
“This Changes Everything,” a documentary based on Naomi Klein’s best-selling book about the relationship between global warming and capitalism, will be shown in Water Mill on Friday.
Star Staff
A staged reading of Lanford Wilson’s award-winning play will be held at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday
Star Staff
“Peter, Paul and Mary at Newport, 1963-65,” a PBS production, will have a sneak preview screening at the Pierson High School auditorium in Sag Harbor on Saturday.
Star Staff
Anne Tedesco, a classical pianist, will give a free concert at the Montauk Library on Sunday afternoon.
Mark Segal
Ingrid Griffith, an actress and writer with a house in Springs, will tell her life story in “Demerara Gold,” an 80-minute solo show she will perform Saturday in East Hampton.
Jennifer Landes
Opera and community theater collide as the Hamptons Theatre Company brings back characters from Ken Ludwig’s “Lend Me a Tenor” in his follow up "Comedy of Tenors," opening Thursday.
Opinion
Jennifer Landes
A Joan Mitchell Show from the years of 1953 to 1962 at Manhattan's Cheim and Read gallery demonstrates a fresh perspective at a time when Abstract Expressionism was peaking but about to enter its decline.
Mark Segal
Herzog paintings at Ashawagh; "HyperPopism" at White Room; a new show at Harper's Apartment, and more