An oldies concert and a basketball film at the East Hampton Library, Sag Cinema presents a political fantasy, Broadway's ghosts, and more
This year there were setbacks, cancellations, new locations, and restructurings, but the shows still went on during the 2019 New York Armory Art Week.
“Voyeur,” an immersive theater piece, will take place on Saturday at a private waterfront house on the Grace Estate in East Hampton’s Northwest Woods.
Guild Hall knows how to throw a party, and it showed that Monday with the 34th Academy of the Arts Achievement Awards dinner high above Manhattan at the Rainbow Room.
With a deceptively simple-looking technique and auction and private sale prices averaging in the tens of millions, Jackson Pollock’s drip paintings are one of the most popular subjects for forgers, and several scams have emerged in recent years.
Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor is doubling down on its commitment to adventurous theatrical programming by adding a second premiere to its summer lineup with “The Prompter,” a new comedy.
The Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre is busy this month with five programs for children and their families scheduled for Saturday mornings at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. A sixth performance, however, will break the mold.
The Southampton Cultural Center has the antidote to a dreary March: “Mamma Mia!” The jukebox musical opens Friday.
"Love and Passion" in Bridgehampton, Brad Phillips at Harper's Manhattan apartment
Cowgirls bring Zima! to Quogue, invasion of 1960s rock at Bay Street, Piano Bar launches at Southampton Arts Center
The 81st Guild Hall Artists Members exhibition will open on Saturday with a reception for members from 5 to 7 p.m. and continue through April 6.
A Springs resident has been tapped as the first executive director of the Sag Harbor Cinema. Gillian Gordon will lead the ongoing effort to bring the cinema to life.
Eric Micha Holmes, a Dramatist Guild fellow, has conjured up a young John Hinckley Jr. for his play, “Falls for Jodie,” opening Wednesday at Guild Hall.