Center Stage will hold auditions for Joe Landry’s “Meet Me in St. Louis: A Live Radio Play” on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Art of Song will present Devon Leaver performing “Hollywood Classics" on Saturday evening in East Hampton.
A 16-year-old activist wants to help support Planned Parenthood with the help of musicians and artists, such as Nona Hendryx, Vernon Reid and Friends, and the Zach Zunis Band, who will perform at a benefit on Friday in Sag Harbor.
Sebastian Junger, a journalist, filmmaker, and author known for his book “The Perfect Storm: A True Story of Men Against the Sea” and the documentary film “Restrepo,” will discuss his work on Saturday at the Woodhouse Playhouse in East Hampton Village.
The Hamptons International Film Festival this week released its full online guide in advance of individual tickets going on sale on Monday.
The Choral Society of the Hamptons will hold auditions on Monday evening at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church.
David E. Rattray
The Great Hurricane of 1938 was a momentous event and perhaps a portent of the challenges to come. Eighty years on, a novel about how it affected the people of the South Fork reminds us to be afraid.
The Hamptons International Film Festival will offer a preview of an HBO documentary about the actress Jane Fonda on Saturday at Guild Hall.
30 Squared at Water Mill Museum; abstraction at the White Room; Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas talks sculpture, and more
Scientists from Brookhaven National Lab and the Metropolitan Museum of Art will come together at the Parrish Art Museum to discuss developments in conservation in a lively casual atmosphere on Friday.
Guild Hall will have two concerts this weekend: HeavenSent, a gospel group on Saturday afternoon, and "Spotlight on Broadway" on Sunday.
The Jam Session, which hosted a weekly jazz jam at Bay Burger since 2009, has announced a new home as of next month.
“Don Giovanni in New York,” a blend of theater and opera that celebrates a performance of “Don Giovanni” in 1826, will be at Bay Street this weekend.
Mike Solomon on Ossorio at the library; Jack Ceglic's two shows; Latin Americans at Chase Edwards; Yoder leaves town, and more
An American author, Flynn Berry, fictitiously resolves the real-life story of a murderous British lord's disappearance in her astute new thriller, “A Double Life.”