A panel of accomplished writers will discuss “The Art and Craft of the Redraft” for the next program in the 2019 spring Writers Speak Wednesdays series at Stony Brook Southampton.
For the second year running, Bay Street Theater is a finalist in the Arts and Culture category of the seventh annual Long Island Imagine Awards.
The Hamptons International Film Festival is now accepting submissions for the 2019 festival, to be held from October 10 to 14.
March marks Women’s History Month, and the Parrish Art Museum is pulling out all the stops — celebrating with three programs featuring three different women
South Fork-based curator and Iron Gate East director Kelcey Edwards was among just over 80 curators selected out of 700 applicants for Spring/Break Art Show 2019
Puppeteer Yael Rasooly found herself missing a certain someone, or rather, being a certain someone: a lonely secretary named Ruth Spencer.
Directed by Bill Burford, the play is an imagined account of John W. Hinckley Jr.’s strange partnership with a concierge at a hotel next to Yale University.
The Moondogs will present "The Beatles '69 — ‘Let It Be’ & ‘Abbey Road,’” on Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 16, at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.
Bay Street Theater announced late last week that the first show of the 2019 Mainstage Season will be the World Premiere of “The Prompter,” which will run May 28 through June 16.
In a village anchored by cultural institutions on the north and south end of Main Street — and soon to be the middle — the thriving arts scene is intrinsically and undeniably linked with economics.
With her debut novel “Self-Portrait with Boy,” Rachel Lyon has already turned heads at the Center for Fiction.
In 2009, Richard Demato opened the doors of RJD Gallery to locate and cultivate donors with one major goal in mind: to help The Retreat.
On the East End, Keith Skretch will always be a Southampton native — despite his move cross-country to pursue his dream in the City of Angels.
Before Chris Klein was a teacher at Sag Harbor Elementary School, his sole calling was music — and on Friday night, he will put that passion to use.
Since 1967, when “Little Murders” was staged in an off-Broadway theater, Jules Feiffer mesmerized critics with the clever absurdity of his prose.