Chris Knopf’s latest mystery involves the clubbing death of a deep-undercover intelligence operative, black-jumpsuited ninja types, and the fine cabinetry and company of one Sam Acquillo.
Directed by Josh Gladstone, the theater’s artistic director, Guild Hall's "Romeo and Juliet" revival stays true to the original text while the staging turns the world’s greatest love story into a big, participatory party that is fun for younger audiences.
St. Patrick’s Day
Terry Sullivan, who performed with Pete Seeger for 24 years, brings his social justice songbook to Canio's and the Eastville Community Historical Society this weekend.
The Parrish Art Museum's building inspired Therese Lichtenstein to create "Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture," a new show opening this weekend at the museum.
"All docs all year" is the new mantra for The Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival, joining the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center, the Hamptons International Film Festival, the Southampton Arts Center, Guild Hall, the Parrish Art Museum, and area libraries, in showcasing film.
A formidable and groundbreaking curator at the Museum of Modern Art spent much of his downtime in our backyard. His friends from here and the city remember him.
‘I think you’re going to hear a lot of space in this record,” Inda Eaton, the roots-rock, Americana artist said last about her new album "Shelter in Place."
The annual LongHouse Reserve winter benefit will honor Axel Vervoordt on March 28 at Hearst Tower in Manhattan with dinner to follow.
The Hampton Theatre Company will present “The Boys Next Door,” Tom Griffin’s 1988 comedy about four men with mental disabilities who live in a group home, from next Thursday through April 8 at the Quogue Community Hall.
The Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center will screen “Do the Right Thing,” on Sunday at Pierson High School in Sag Harbor.
Next Thursday, Sydney Albertini will take Japan with an exhibition of her fiber works at Julien David’s Jingumae Shop through May 31.
Margaux Ogden at Rental; Small Works at Folioeast; Straus at Grenning, and more
Reading Martin Amis’s new nonfiction collection, “The Rub of Time,” you almost wish he wasn’t so proficient a fiction writer, and a world-class one at that. Success has thinned Mr. Amis’s need for grunt work.
Corinne Erni never planned to leave New York City until the Parrish Art Museum and the East End landscape beckoned.
The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival’s spring series will kick off on Saturday, offering the high caliber of talent and artistry audiences have come to expect from the series.