F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic Jazz Age novel, “The Great Gatsby,” will come to life on Bay Street Theater’s intimate stage, adapted by Simon Levy and directed by Joe Minutillo.
The choreographer calls it “Animal Family,” which will make its world premiere on December 13 in Colombia after the East End gets a taste of the production over the next three weeks through a residency at The Watermill Center.
The musical revue about Frankenstein’s search for his bride is full of witches, monsters, goblins and ghouls who sing and dance to fun show tunes and rock and roll.
Hampton Theatre Company will open its 2018-19 season with “A Comedy of Tenors” on Thursday, October 25, at 7 p.m. at Quogue Community Hall.
After much anticipation, “Light of the Ocean” — a site-specific installation by artist Francisco Alvarado-Juárez — will officially open with a reception on Friday, November 2.
Apply now for the Music Masters 2019 Mentorship Program with jazz pianist and singer Eli Yamin, to be held in January at the East End Arts School
Thomas Schiavoni Jr. has taken an unusual approach in preparing for his first lead role in boots on the ground theater’s upcoming production of “The Red Badge of Courage.”
“The Russian | American Painting Alliance” will open with a reception on Saturday, October 20, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Sightings of pilot whales in the frigid Nordic waters have drawn residents of the Faroe Islands to their boats and beaches for nearly 1,000 years.
What do Sande Boritz Berger, Maggie Bloomfield, Genevieve Sly Crane, Nora Decter, Joanne Pateman and Allen Retzky all have in common? They are all published authors.
Throughout history, singers have woven melodic texts with the harmonies and punteados of lyres, harps, lutes, vihuelas and guitars to express humankind’s deepest feelings — from celebration to despair.
Vocal music serves as the inspiration behind Nadejda Vlaeva’s upcoming performance on Friday, October 19, at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, as part of its Salon Series concerts.
There is the unmistakable sound of vocal harmonies as only the Eagles do — but EagleMania comes pretty close.
On October 6, a large crowd worked its way into the East Hampton UA Cinema for the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) screening of “This Changes Everything,” a documentary by Tom Donahue that explores the issue of female discrimination in the film business.
For Mike Solomon, it is looking at his father, and his work, through a new lens in “Syd Solomon: Concealed and Revealed.” For curator Jess Frost, it was stumbling across an entire body of work in the Permanent Collection, which now lives as “Please Send To: Ray Johnson.” And for artist Sara Mejia Kriendler, it was exploring her heritage in a country that was closed off to her for decades.