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Bay Street Reimagines Its Corner of Sag Harbor

The theater provided a first glimpse of architectural renderings of the new complex it will build in Sag Harbor, and announced that Friends of Bay Street is seeking to purchase and tear down 2 Main Street, an adjacent building that is home to the K-Pasa restaurant and the Espresso Da Asporto and the Yummylicious! food shops. 

Apr 6, 2021
Pollock and Krasner Rule New York

Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner's evergreen popularity is on evidence this spring as an important show of Pollock's murals continues at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Krasner's collages are on view at Kasmin Gallery.

Apr 1, 2021
A Sky Full of Poems: Where Poetry and Science Intersect

Dava Sobel will share a virtual Guild Hall stage with actors for readings of selected poems that pay tribute to space and everything that inhabits it in partnership with the Hamptons Observatory.

Apr 1, 2021
It's Outdoor Theater or No Theater, Bay Street Tells Sag Harbor

A disagreement about safety has led to a standoff between the Bay Street Theater, which is seeking to hold its summer season in a tent in Steinbeck Park, and the Sag Harbor Village Board, which has thus far nixed the plan, citing concerns about noise, crowding, traffic flow, and other quality-of-life issues.

Apr 1, 2021
Carmen, Bess, and Butterfly Sing Arias at the Beach

Instead of indoor screenings or simulcasts of Metropolitan Opera productions, Guild Hall and HamptonsFilm will show recordings of previous performances at Main Beach this spring.

Apr 1, 2021
The Art Scene 04.01.21

The Parrish screens a film on Gerhard Richter, Jeremy Dennis discusses "On This Site," and more

Apr 1, 2021
Bits and Pieces 04.01.21

A church concert of Baroque music on original string instruments and a vocal workshop at Bay Street

Apr 1, 2021
Cabaret, Off Broadway, and Shea

Valerie diLorenzo has starred in theater, cabaret, and musical revues, but “there’s nothing like being in a show,” she said. “Especially in summer stock or regional theater or doing a tour, when you’re immersed in that world, in that character’s life, and the people you’re with are your family."

Mar 25, 2021
A Son’s Ode to His Eccentric Father

Directed by Bob Balaban, “Squeaky” stars Harris Yulin in the title role. When he brought the play to Guild Hall, the play's writer Josh Cohen said, “I think Harris Yulin is made to order. I think he IS my father.”

Mar 25, 2021
Ballet's 'Bubbles' Caught on Film

On Monday, the American Ballet Theatre Incubator, under the direction of Jose Sebastian, a summer resident of East Hampton, will launch a series of dances on film choreographed and performed by dancers in quarantine "bubbles."

Mar 25, 2021
Bits and Pieces 03.25.21

A screening of the play "War Horse," history told through opera, a talk on Japanese costume, and more

Mar 25, 2021
The Art Scene 03.25.21

David Kennedy Cutler returns to Halsey McKay, the Parrish continues its outdoor tours, and Pace offers a Lichtenstein show in Palm Beach

Mar 26, 2021