The Watermill Center’s just-announced artists in residence for 2019 hail from as far away as Ghana and Peru and as nearby as the Shinnecock Reservation and Wainscott.
Guild Hall has announced upgrades to its theater, including the installation of a more advanced sound system and a cinema industry-standard perforated screen.
Platform shoes and bell bottoms will be appropriate at Saturday Night Stomp with music by D.J. Mister Lama.
Everybody Can Act!—an eight-session workshop—will feature exercises, games, improvisation, and short scenes.
The story of Dominique and John de Menil's immense influence on the aesthetic of perceiving art is an extraordinary intellectual journey well worth taking.
Kurt Wenzel, The Star’s man in letters, the best-read reader we know, picks over the highlights of the year’s fiction and nonfiction.
"Meow Wolf: Origin Story," a documentary about disenfranchised artists who spawned a multimillion-dollar business, will be shown Friday in Water Mill.
Center Stage will hold open auditions for its March production on Jan. 3 and Jan. 4 at the Southampton Cultural Center.
Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor has announced two of the plays it will produce for the summer of 2019, including a world premiere drama and "Annie Get Your Gun."
“Keith Sonnier: Until Today” is a highly selective 39-piece snapshot of his career from 1967 to the present currently on view at the Parrish Art Museum.
Over the next few months, the Hamptons International Film Festival will bring films to the South Fork that may skip commercial theaters here, but are currently in metropolitan art house cinemas.
Roy Nicholson's glass installation opens at Hicksville L.I.R.R. station; photographs, sculpture, and installation at Ashawagh Hall
Beulah Garrick, now 97, has performed with Noel Coward, Walter Matthau, Al Pacino, Robert Redford, Rosalind Russell, Roger Moore, and Diana Rigg, usually as a character actress.
Valley Forge was the crucible through which George Washington metamorphosed from a hesitant, insecure farmer into a decisive and courageous leader.
A concert by Caroline Doctorow, a Bridgehampton folk singer-songwriter, will include seasonal standards, ballads, and fiddle instrumentals at the John Jermain Library.