Our Fabulous Variety Show (OFVS) has opened a new studio space in Bridgehampton and is now partnering with Shine, a creative and process arts space. The studio is located within the Unitarian Universalist meetinghouse at 977 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike.
At Guild Hall on Saturday, October 16, at 7 p.m., Andrina Wekontash Smith, Shinnecock storyteller and performer, explores the intersection of race and class on the East End.
Anthony Rodia is a first generation Italian comedian born and raised in Westchester County, and on Friday, October 8, at 8 p.m., he will perform at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.
At 59 years old, Isaac Mizrahi has lived many lives — each of them, at their core, a combination of humor, personality and, of course, fashion. He sings, acts and directs, and dabbles in comedy — all in the pursuit of his purpose, he said, which is to create, perform and inspire. But nearly six decades later, it can still come with a heavy dose of imposter syndrome.
“Native Gardens” by Karen Zacarías will be the first play of the Hampton Theatre Company’s 2021-2022 season, opening on October 21 at the Quogue Community Hall and running through November 7.
Patrons celebrated 90 years of Guild Hall all summer with intimate trustee-hosted dinner parties to benefit the institution. The gatherings, which took place between July and September, celebrated members of the Guild Hall Academy of the Arts.
Divaria Productions returns to Bay Street Theater, this time with its production of “La Voix Humaine” which will be offered live and in-person at the theater on Saturday, October 2, at 8 p.m.
Interdisciplinary artist Andrea Cote and choreographer Ann Robideaux will activate the Guild Hall Minikes Garden on Saturday, October 2, from 7 to 8 p.m. with the performative event “Social Fabric: In the Public Square, creating a place to casually drop in amid a video installation accompanied by live sound by Chris Jones, and curated by Christina Mossiades Strassfield, Guild Hall’s museum director and chief curator.
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center will host a special, one-night-only performance of “Bubby’s Kitchen” on October 9 at 8 p.m. Created and written by Shira Ginsburg, who also stars in the show, “Bubby’s Kitchen” is inspired by the heroic actions of resistance her grandparents took against the Nazis as Jewish Partisans as they survived years in the forests of Belarus.
Remember March 2020? It was the month that began normally enough, and then at about the halfway point, everything changed when COVID-19 took hold and life as we knew it ground to a halt. That included live entertainment and Boots on the Ground Theater's newest production “Sherlock’s Secret Life." But now, after 18 months, the show is returning, once again, to the SCC stage, albeit with a few changes.
For a time, Hope Villanueva found herself inundated with plays in development — reading at least one per day for weeks on end to see which floated to the top for “Title Wave @ Bay Street: The New Works Series,” kicking off this weekend at the Sag Harbor theater.
On August 26, Bay Street Theater presented a star-studded celebration of Oscar, Tony and Emmy Award-winning theater and film designer and director Tony Walton.
he culmination of The Church’s “Road Rage” exhibition in Sag Harbor will be a September 18 performance by Laurie Anderson, one of America’s most renowned and daring creative pioneers. Known for her use of multimedia in her work as a visual artist, composer, poet, photographer, filmmaker and musician, Anderson will conduct “Road Rave,” a 20 minute concert of orchestrated car horns which she has personally chosen.
Our Fabulous Variety Show (OFVS) is presenting OFVS Crew, a brand new preprofessional training company that gives students ages 6 and older the opportunity to train year-round in the performing arts
The Hampton Theatre Company will be holding auditions for three roles (two female, one male) in “Native Gardens,” a play by Karen Zacarías. The show opens in Quogue on October 21 and runs through November 7, with George Loizides directing.