This summer Bay Street Theater will mount three world premiere plays, beginning Tuesday with previews for "The Prompter."
It’s fitting that Guild Hall will kick off a summer full of music, plays, and comedy with “Call Her Barbra!” — a celebration of songs made popular by Ms. Streisand — and a free workshop production of “Ball of Redemption,” a new dark family comedy by...
A preview screening of "Late Night" with Emma Thompson, a Pete Seeger sing-along, and LongHouse on the lawn
Group shows galore, tea at the Leiber Collection, tracing art history in Springs, a new Southampton gallery, and more
The annual round of fund-raising events, afford opportunities to eat, drink, be entertained, and even glimpse a celebrity, all while supporting a vast range of worthy causes.
The Star's full calendar of summer benefits will help you plan your weekends and make sure you don't get shut out.
Group show at Ashawagh, McGuinness at Harper's, glass artists at D'Amico, Crandell and Elliot at Studio 11, and more
The recent weavings of Candace Hill Montgomery will launch this year's Parrish Art Museum Road Show at the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum on Friday.
The Drawing Room Gallery is celebrating its new Main Street second floor gallery with a show of three photographers.
The Hampton Theatre Company will open a production of Noel Coward's 1930 comedy, "Private Lives," written in three days while he convalesced from influenza during his travels abroad.
Open gardens, tap dancing, and music, music, music
The Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons will hold its 33rd annual Garden Fair at the Bridgehampton Community House this weekend.
New exhibit at East Hampton Historical Society, four at Nightingale, Bob Colacello photos, cultural bus tour in Southampton
Given Kimberly Goff's varied pursuits and interests, how would she define herself? “I’m rarely introduced without the line ‘Elaine Benson’s daughter,’ which is fine with me. I am Elaine Benson’s daughter.”
On Saturday, when the Madoo Conservancy opens for the 2019 season, it will also celebrate 25 years as a public garden in Sagaponack with “Madoo: A History in Photographs.”
Music for Montauk will open its fifth season under the leadership of Lilah Gosman and Milos Repicky with “Endeavor,” a free concert by Sybarite 5, a string quintet, on Saturday afternoon at 4 at the Montauk School.
Those associated with the South Fork were involved in a good portion of the content presented at the Tribeca Film Festival this year.
Opera at Guild Hall, standup at Bay Street, classical music at Parrish, open studios in Water Mill, and private gardens
Blanche Wiesen Cook, who wrote one of the definitive biographies of Eleanor Roosevelt, will speak about her subject on Saturday as part of a daylong event to raise awareness of several initiatives involving the former first lady.