Michael Disher, longtime director of Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center, is back on the South Fork this holiday season. From December 3-12, Disher and his cast will present “Miracle on 34th Street, A Live Musical Radio Play” written by Lance Arthur Smith and Jon Lorenz, in Southampton Cultural Center’s Levitas Center for the Arts.
Bay Street Theater is now accepting submissions for its 8th annual “Title Wave: 2022 New Works Festival,” scheduled for early May 2022. Submissions will be accepted December 1, through Friday, December 24. The festival is a unique showcase of cutting-edge theater, complete with staged readings, talkbacks, and critical discussion.
The ever-popular concert series “Fireside Sessions with Nancy Atlas” is returning to Bay Street Theater in January, with four live concerts at the theater starting Friday, January 14, at 8 p.m.
On Friday, December 3, at 6 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum in partnership with the LGBT Network will present a screening of the film “Visibility” (2021, 30 minutes).
Continuing programming complementing its current exhibition, “Clearing The Air,” Southampton Arts Center (SAC) has scheduled a number of studio workshops, wellness events, talks and a special jazz performance for the month of December.
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The Sag Harbor Masonic Music Series will host a performance by The Popsicles on Friday, December 3, at 7 p.m. The Popsicles are a fun band playing original and blues/country songs featuring piano and guitar and percussion. And everybody sings.
Husband and wife theater professionals and North Fork residents Vanessa Leuck and Ethan Popp, founders of Broadway on the North Fork, are bringing their sold-out, one-man immersive adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” back to Greenport’s First and South Bar & Restaurant this holiday season.
On Friday, December 17, at 8 p.m., rocker Peter Baron will perform at the Stephen Talkhouse. Born and raised in New York City, at 17, musician Peter Baron landed a spot as second guitarist with Leslie West and Corky Laing of Mountain in The Wild West Show touring the U.S. and Canada.
The Montauk Library’s “Virtual Visits” series with artists and musicians in their studios continues with “The Guitar & Cuba, France and Haiti,” a 30 minute video by Francisco Roldán. The video performance premieres Wednesday, December 8, at 7:30 p.m. and will be available for streaming on demand through December 31.
If you ask Bridgehampton’s Harris Yulin about his partnership with fellow actor Stacy Keach, he’ll tell you that theirs is a long and enduring friendship — one that has spanned more than 50 years. And, as you might expect, it all began with the stage.
When it comes to East End theatrical longevity, Michael Disher has been directing productions out here probably longer than anyone else. But audiences have probably noticed that both Disher and his productions have been conspicuously absent from the SCC stage as of late. That’s because in recent years, Disher has been undergoing treatment for a cancer diagnosis and related complications. Now, Disher is back at SCC with a holiday show for the ages.
Last year, the Hamptons Doc Fest went virtual, with audience members streaming documentaries from the comfort of their own homes through an app. But now, a year later, the festival is back with two in-person venues in Sag Harbor.
It’s not exactly who you’d expect to find on the set of a buttoned up cooking show — but there he is, posted on the fridge — hunky actor Jason Mamoa, well, a photo of him anyways. He’s a focal point, technically. And sitting on an easel atop the counter to the left of the hosts? A painting of a sign reading “Oy Vey” by artist Lindsay Sochar.
The Church in Sag Harbor, East Hampton’s Guild Hall and Works & Process at the Guggenheim have announced the LaunchPAD “Process as Destination” pilot program, a collaboration to nurture region-wide support for creative process and encourage artists and audiences to embrace the artistic process as destination.