“Painting in a House Made of Air”
“April 1st, Hellebores I,” from last year, is one of Eric Dever’s flower-inspired abstractions that led him to dramatically change his palette. Berry Campbell Gallery
Eric Dever’s “August 26th, Glenbarr Avenue,” an oil-on-canvas painting from 2017 Berry Campbell Gallery

A new production at Hampton Theatre Company
Diana Marbury and George Loizides star as Ethel and Norman in the Hampton Theatre Company’s production of “On Golden Pond,” directed by Andrew Botsford. Tom Kochie
Jane Cortney (Chelsea) and George Loizides (Norman) in "On Golden Pond" Tom Kochie

Film with East End contributors stars Bryan Cranston, Kevin Hart

A thoughtful and introspective artist who also needs to earn a living
What may look like a messy studio is actually part of Hildy Maze’s artistic process as she ages the paper she chucks on the floor before using portions of it in her collages. Jennifer Landes
“Reflections on the Border” reflects how current events sometimes seep into her work.
In addition to her prolific work in collage, Hildy Maze likes to make small sculptures from natural clay, as seen in her studio. Jennifer Landes

New production of Francesco Cilia's opera to be simulcast on Saturday

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“Reasons to Be Pretty”
In Neil LaBute’s play “Reasons to Be Pretty,” Greg (Jonathan Fogarty) receives an energetic dressing down for his insensitivity from his soon-to-be-ex-girlfriend, Steph (Bethany Dellapolla). It’s a flaw found in many of Mr. LaBute’s male characters. Dane DuPuis

From the Neo-Political Cowgirls
An outdoor scavenger hunt for all ages, Zima! features costumed characters who provide clues to the mystery. Jane Bimson

A new series of intimate biweekly presentations
Hope Sandrow Ulf Skogsbergh

The Neoteric Project’s group show featuring work selected by Scott Bluedorn
Works by Mark Perry, Hiroyuki Hamada, Insuh Yoon, Kurt Giehl, and Linh Vivace are hung together in the show. Below, Rosario Varela’s “Ancestors” sculpture has a metaphorical relationship to the exhibition’s theme. Seen in detail to the right are works by Christine McFall and Lesley Obrock. Jennifer Landes and Scott Bluedorn Photos
The works near the entry in the “In the Cloud” exhibition are by, from left, Aaron Warkov, Colin Goldberg, Rowan Hausman, and Aurelio Torres.