The curtain rises on Thursday on a musical that's a throwback to 1985 — before the cast members were even born.
A little bad weather was never going to stop Kyla Marshell and Shane McCrae from participating in Writers Speak Wednesdays.
In 1954, Reginald Rose wrote his drama “12 Angry Men” — nearly 20 years before women were allowed to serve on juries in all 50 states. Broadway producer Lauren Class Schneider is working to correct that egregious wrong.
Mindi Abair and the Boneshakers will play a concert on Friday, April 5, at 8 p.m. at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.
The satirical short film, “Home” by Sandy Perlbinder, will screen on Friday, April 5, at 6 p.m. at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.
The John Jermain Memorial Library is already showing a collection of work by Dan Rizzie — but on Sunday, April 14, the artist is dropping by to talk about it.
“Eight Nights,” a new play from award-winning playwright Jennifer Maisel, is having a unique introduction to audiences, with a series of staged benefit readings across America.
Gayden Wren will perform “Tennessee Walt’s Riding with the Outlaws,” a new show that will look at the Outlaw Country movement with a fresh eye on Saturday, April 6.
As an artist, Anne Raymond has one primary goal: “to create powerful images that invite the viewer to move away from certainty and experience something new,” she said.
Three emerging screenwriters — Barbara Cigarroa, Sontenish Myers and Kirsten Tan — will plant themselves on the East End for a weekend of private mentoring sessions.
An exhibition of the work created during this year’s Pierson Fashion workshop will open at Julie Keyes Gallery in Sag Harbor on Saturday, March 30.
Frederic Tuten found his way to the Southampton Writers Conference, an annual meeting of minds featuring lectures, readings and workshops, where he has taught fiction and short story writing for more than a decade.
It is nearly impossible to escape the shadow of Lyndon B. Johnson in Texas — and as a young boy, playwright Robert Schenkkan never tried.
“Renate Aller: The Space Between Memory and Expectation” and “Jean-Luc Mylayne: A Matter of Place” are on view through July 28 at the Parrish Art Museum.
Author Amy Hempel is basking in the release of “Sing It: Stories,” and will discuss her newest book during Writers Speak Wednesdays on April 3 at Stony Brook Southampton.