Fireplace Project returns with "9999"; "Badges and Buttons" at Boo Hooray; Jonathan Clancy at Grain Surfboards, "Episode 2: One-Liners" at Rental
The Perlman Music Program will present two concerts this weekend, the first on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons in East Hampton, and the second on Sunday afternoon at 4:30 at the Clark Arts Center on Shelter Island.
“Bernard and Huey,” a comedy written by Jules Feiffer of East Hampton and directed by Dan Mirvish, will open in theaters across the country and become available on digital platforms tomorrow.
The East Hampton Library will be the site of “Mostly Motown,” a concert by Rhonda Denet, a soul-jazz vocalist based in Jersey City, on Saturday at 1 p.m.
“Muse of Blues,” a collaborative performance featuring Eva Salzman, a poet based in London, and the Irish singer-composer Christine Tobin, will take place at the Cell in Manhattan tomorrow at 8 p.m.
Don Lenzer’s career as a documentary cinematographer and director has brought him into contact with so many different people, enterprises, and disciplines that together they constitute an extraordinary education.
Bay Street Theater has announced the cast and creative team for "Evita," the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, which will open on July 31 with Arianna Rosario as Eva Peron, Omar Lopez-Cepero as her husband, Juan Peron, and Trent Saunders as Che. Ms. Rosario and Mr. Lopez-Cepero will be married in November.
The deep and eventful past of an American beauty, Sag Harbor, cataloged in historical photos and explanatory captions.
Any writer will tell you the real story lies in what you leave out. It’s the same with parties. Memorial Day weekend is about where you don’t go.
A novel about class and corruption that skewers the elitist communities of private schools in Manhattan and the Upper East Side.
The Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs opens for the season on Saturday with an exhibition of paintings by Cile Downs and a grouping of sculpture on the grounds.
Laurie Anderson's body of work includes performance, film, music, video, writing, drawings, prints, often in various combinations, and, most recently, virtual reality.
A portrait of an iconic comedian, the quirky history of the corporate musical, and the meteoric rise of a very young chef are the focus of this year’s SummerDocs series, recently announced by the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Saarinen film at the Parrish; The East End Photographers Group at Ashawagh for two weeks, and more
Peter and Will Anderson will return to the Southampton Arts Center for its final indoor concert of the season on Saturday evening at 7.