Nick Lowe To Play WHBPAC

Nick Lowe is what they once called a “musician’s musician” — having made his mark as a producer with the likes of Elvis Costello, Graham Parker and The Damned.

Green To Perform a Love Song to Fuller at Guild Hall in East Hampton

Sam Green has made a lot of films. But “The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller” is the only film he made that was someone else’s idea. And it would lead him to a documentarian’s paradise.

When Whaling was a Place for Women

Martha Pichey has wanted to tell the lively tales of women at sea ever since her first visits to the New Bedford Whaling Museum as a child.

Jayne Lynch To Host Bay Street Gala

This is Bay Street Theater’s final year of hosting its annual summer gala on the Long Wharf in Sag Harbor — and they are pulling no punches.

Bay Street Announces ‘Evita’ Cast

“Evita,” the revival of a revolutionary musical that chronicles Eva Perón and her ascent to the top as First Lady of Argentina, will be led by Arianna Rosario as the iconic title character.

“Fellow Travelers” Artfully Explores Nuances of the Blacklist

We may be well into the 21st century, but the era of the 1950s blacklist is alive and frightfully well in “Fellow Travelers,” Jack Canfora’s gripping new play now enjoying its world premiere at Bay Street Theater.

Teeny Awards? More Like Future Tony Awards

This was the 16thannual Teeny Awards at Longwood High School, and not one honoree was over age 18.

Laurie Anderson Takes Over Guild Hall

Starting Saturday, June 2, Guild Hall will hand over all three of its galleries to avant-garde artist, composer, musician and film director Laurie Anderson for a self-titled exhibition that reflects her many forms of creative expression.

Marilyn, Arthur, Elia — Revisiting the Black List and Naming Names in 1950s America

Politics make strange bedfellows, and in the 1950s, there probably was not a stranger mix of politics and bedfellows than that surrounding a renowned playwright, an Academy-Award winning director and perhaps the biggest Hollywood star that ever lived

Pintauro’s “Metropolitan Operas” Will Premiere at The Parrish

Pintauro wanted to expand the 20-minute show into a full-length musical, while Jeffers thought it was perfect as it was — and suggested adapting even more of the collection of 27 short plays from which it came, “Metropolitan Operas.”

“Don’t Dress for Dinner” Takes Classic Farce to a New Level

“Don’t Dress for Dinner” happens to be the next production for the Hampton Theatre Company (HTC), running May 24 through June 10 at Quogue Community Hall.

Bay Street Adds ‘Confessions of a Mormon Boy’ to Summer Roster

In this true story of extremes — from perfect model Mormon in Utah to perfect rent boy in Manhattan — outcast and insider’s insider Steven Fales ultimately finds a middle ground and learns what it means to finally come home.

‘Frost/Nixon’ Cast In Place

With shoes as large as President Richard Nixon and journalist David Frost, Bay Street Theater needed names just as big to fill them. Obie Award winners Harris Yulin and Daniel Gerroll fit the bill.

Pierson Students Receive Nods from Teeny Awards

Quite a few performers from Pierson Middle-High School’s production of the play “You Can’t Take it With You” in the fall and the musical “Anything Goes” in the spring have earned Teeny Award nominations this year from the organization East End Arts.

Young Playwrights Come to Avram Theater

Six short plays written and performed by local middle school students will be presented at Stony Brook Southampton's Avram Theater on Saturday, May 12, at 7 p.m.

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A Conversation with Kasia Klimiuk and Anita Boyer

Kasia Klimiuk and Anita Boyer, the co-founders of Our Fabulous Variety Show talk about their new two-woman comedy show, being inspired by Cirque du Soleil and the importance of arts education. 

Savoring the South Fork en Plein Air

The “Summer Finale” exhibit at the Water Mill Museum acted as a call for their best work, and a third of the group pulled from both this past winter’s challenge and their archive to deliver — showing paintings, prints and drawings for the fourth year in a row.

Operatic History, Live, in “Don Giovanni in New York”

The upcoming performance of “Don Giovanni in New York” at Bay Street Theater will re-enact the events leading up to New York’s first Italian opera, while mirroring Da Ponte’s passion to spread opera in the New World.