Full Slate at Bay Street

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
Colleen Saidman Yee will share her first book‚ “Yoga for Life‚” at Bay Street Theater’s inaugural Creators, Cocktails, and Conversations event.

During the run of its mainstage production “The New Sincerity,” Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor is filling the few empty slots on its calendar with new programs.

Creators, Cocktails, and Conversations, a new series, will begin tomorrow afternoon at 5 with “Novel Ideas,” a panel discussion in which six writers will talk about their latest books with Samantha York, editor in chief of Hamptons magazine.

The writers and their books are Aliza Licht (“Leave Your Mark”), Suzanne Corso (“Hello Hollywood”), Kate Betts (“My Paris Dream”), Colleen Saidman Yee (“Yoga for Life”), and the co-authors Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza (“The Knockoff”). Tickets are $20 and include a free glass of wine.

Another special program will focus on “Gosford Park,” Robert Altman’s 2001 murder mystery set in the 1930s at an English country estate. The film will be screened Monday at 7 p.m. and followed by a discussion among Bob Balaban, the actor and director; Kathryn R. Altman, the late filmmaker’s wife, and Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan, a film critic and co-author, with Ms. Altman, of “Altman,” the first authorized biography of the director of such classics as “Mash,” “Nash­ville,” “McCabe and Mrs. Miller,” and “A Wedding.”

A book signing will follow the discussion. Tickets are $20 and, like those for “Novel Ideas,” can be purchased at baystreet.org or at the box office.