Arts

Star Staff
The Met: Live in HD will present a simulcast of Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production of Puccini’s “La Boheme” on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. at Guild Hall. Alicia Longwell, the chief curator of the Parrish Art Museum, will introduce the program.
Christopher Walsh
In “All the Things I Lost in the Flood: Essays on Pictures, Language and Code,” Laurie Anderson, the musician and visual and performance artist, offers a career retrospective showcasing her expansive and varied oeuvre.
Jennifer Landes
Staring into the front picture window or tuning into the live feed on the website of Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton, the current downstairs exhibition, “Off Season,” often looks like a tableau, static and formal, multiple mannequins posed just so to make an overall balanced composition.
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The Southampton Arts Center has announced a significant upgrade to its theater, including a new screen, surround sound system, state-of-the-art projector, and new seating, as well as a commitment to presenting critically acclaimed, independent films every Friday evening throughout the year.
Jennifer Landes
Long before time was up or people were saying “me too,” women in creative fields spent decades and even centuries fighting to have their voices heard and their output seen.
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The Madoo Conservancy’s winter lecture series will feature a talk by Beka Sturges, an associate principal of Reed Hilderbrand Landscape Architects, on Sunday at noon in Sagaponack.
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The Hamptons International Film Festival and Bay Street Theater are teaming up for four film screenings during February and March.
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Guild Hall will present an HD screening of the 2017 Broadway revival of Noel Coward’s “Present Laughter” on Saturday at 7 p.m.
Mark Segal
Janet Lehr's “Valentine," four photographers at Tulla Booth, Virva Himmemo in NYC, and Southampton Artists Association members at the cultural center
Philip Schultz’s new collection of poems, though steeped in loss, may well provide you with all you need to rise above pain and despondency.
If there is a barometer for pints of blood loss in books on crime, Kerriann Flanagan Brosky has chosen a wide range of felonious activity — horrifying to mundane. The mercury level is in the middle.
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Rob Marshall and John DeLuca will screen and discuss their film adaptation of the Broadway musical “Chicago” on Sunday in the Senior Lecture Hall at the Ross School in East Hampton as part of the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center’s American Values film series.
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Ellen Johansen and Marlene Markard will give a free four-hand piano concert on Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton. The East End pianists will perform a program of works written for piano duos, including Camille Saint-Saens’s “The Carnival of the Animals,” a Francis Poulenc sonata, and John Corigliano’s “Gazebo Dances.”
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“A Musical Valentine,” a selection of love songs from the Great American Songbook performed by Karen Jolicoeur and Lars Woodul, will be presented on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the Montauk Library. William Lewis will accompany the vocalists on piano.
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To celebrate what would have been George Harrison’s 75th birthday, Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will have two Beatles tribute nights tomorrow and Saturday at 8.