Guild Hall Academy Raises Nearly $500K At Awards Dinner

Earlier this month, 245 noted names on the East End and beyond raised just shy of $500,000 for Guild Hall’s year-round exhibitions, theater and education programs during the 33rd annual Academy of the Arts Achievement Awards at The Rainbow Room in Manhattan.

“The Boys Next Door” Bring Compassion and Humor to Rare Topic

The world of developmentally disabled individuals is where Hampton Theatre Company (HTC) will be taking audiences on March 22 with the opening of its next production of the season — Tom Griffin’s “The Boys Next Door.”

Spike Lee Classic Wraps Up American Values Series

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Guild Hall Presents a Timeless Tale of Teenage Trysts

The youngsters will be back in a big way on March 14 when Guild Hall opens its new production of “Romeo and Juliet” on the stage of the John Drew Theater.

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” Opens Friday at Southampton Cultural Center

The tale as old as time is, arguably, the biggest Disney musical Broadway has ever seen, opening Friday night with a cast of familiar characters at the Southampton Cultural Center and marking the end of Center Stage’s 10th anniversary season.

Feeling the Love at Guild Hall, One Letter at a Time

Lovers from all over the world converge on the street of 23 Via Capello in Verona, Italy, to post love notes on the wall below “Juliet’s Balcony” — a 1930s addition to the wall of a house that was reputedly home to the Capulet family, of Shakespeare fame, in the 14th century.

Auditions at Bay Street

Bay Street’s 2018 Mainstage Season will open with the world premiere of “Fellow Travelers” by Jack Canfora under the direction of Michael Wilson.

Telling Women’s Tales in Southampton to Help End the Violence

They picked up their scripts and got to work. But not before long, they deviated from the printed pages and into their memories. They told their own stories — tales of heartbreak, hilarity, harassment and empowerment.

“The Telling Project” Debuts at Bay Street

Chrystyna Kestler’s morning begins with prayer. Without it those spared quiet moments, her days do not run as smoothly.

Ana R. Daniel Secures Place In Bay Street History

When Ana R. Daniel announced her retirement from the Bay Street Board of Trustees at the end of last year, the vote was unanimous. They would create the role of Chair Emeritus in her honor.

Pierson Middle School to Produce ‘Seussical’ Musical

Pierson Middle School thespians have been busy transforming the school auditorium into Whoville for this year’s musical production, “Seussical.”

Improv Comedy Evenings Coming to Bay Street Theater

If Bay Street Theater were a ship, its new troupe of scrappy improv players would be its appropriately-named goofball stowaways.

“Play Time” To Premiere in Riverhead

“Play Time” will make its premiere on Friday, February 2, at 7 p.m. at the Vail-Leavitt Music Hall, located at 18 Peconic Avenue in Riverhead.

The Ties That Bind … and Those Who Love Them

Hampton Theatre Company's “Venus in Fur” is a saucy little two-hander by David Ives which explores the seamier side of human sexuality.

The Kids Are Alright … And Showing Off Their Talents at Guild Hall

This is a sampling of what’s in store for visitors to the Guild Hall art galleries this Saturday with the opening of the 26th Annual Student Art Festival.

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