arts

Two shows open at Drawing Room; "Luxury Graffiti" at Roman; "Sweet Things" at Lehr; "Small Abstracts" at Folioeast, and much more
The Parrish's Salon Series will begin this fall with works for violin and piano by Bach, Mozart, Cesar Franck, and Pablo de Sarasate.
Matthew Broderick's career has been highlighted by his turns as straight man to some highly unusual characters. In "To Dust" he plays a scientist intrigued by an Orthodox cantor's quest to know how long it takes for human bodies to decompose.
“Fred W. McDarrah: New York Scenes” is a fitting and compelling visual epitaph for a photographer, publication, and ultimately a city that no longer exists.
“Boys Do Cry,” a collection of eight short films, will be screened at the Parrish Friday, with a discussion with some of the filmmakers.
The Sag Harbor American Music Festival kicks into high gear Saturday and Sunday with more than 30 free performances all over Sag Harbor.
Talking about an East Hampton artist/collector whose collection often overshadowed his art.
Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks will bring roots-drenched rockabilly to Bay Street Theater on Saturday.
Improv, sketches, and monologues will be performed by Our Fabulous Variety Show comics tomorrow at Guild Hall.
Arts bus tour of Southampton; a chat with Alexis Rockman; Ackrill and Lucas at Grenning, and more
Shostakovich, Beethoven, and Scriabin will be featured in a recital Saturday by award-winning pianist.
Center Stage will hold auditions for Joe Landry’s “Meet Me in St. Louis: A Live Radio Play” on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Art of Song will present Devon Leaver performing “Hollywood Classics" on Saturday evening in East Hampton.