Theater

Bits & Banter: Silver and Karady, the Nazi Landing, Pechakucha Returns

The exhibition will feature ceramics by designer Ondine Karady, who works across multiple mediums: wood and clay, textiles and wallpaper, and furniture and sculpture.

Vreeland Stays In Touch with His Past Self — Breakdown and All

Before any one performance of “From Ship to Shape,” Walker Vreeland requires two months of intense rehearsal — because even though he wrote the words he acts on stage, he does not feel like the person who once lived them.

Feldshuh and Dooley Shine in ‘The Prompter’ at Bay Street

“The Prompter,” now staging its world premier at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor through June 16, is the best play I’ve seen in years. Buy your tickets and go see it now.

Bits & Banter: Unreliable Narrators, ‘Liminal Highway’, Artful Home, HTC Launches ‘Lights Up, Miyatake...

Artists Barbara Friedman, Melora Griffis and Judith Simonian all blur the line between abstraction and representation, fantasy and reality, fact and fiction.

Asian Spring Festival Unites Through the Arts

Asians and non-Asians alike turned out for the performing arts festival featuring live music, visual art and dance from various regions in Asia.

National Endowment for the Arts Awards Bay Street $10K In Grant Money

As acting chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, last week Mary Anne Carter approved more than $80 million in grants, as part of the agency’s second major funding announcement of fiscal year 2019. And Bay Street Theater is among the recipients.

Bay Street Gala Honors Joel Grey

Broadway musicals of the 1960s will be the beating heart of Bay Street Theater’s upcoming summer gala on Saturday, July 6.

One Mainstage Subscription, Four Shows

For those who have purchased the three-play Mainstage Season subscription package at Bay Street Theater, you’re now missing one.

“The Prompter” To Make World Premiere at Bay Street

On Tuesday evening, Bay Street Theater’s 2019 Mainstage Season will kick off with the world premiere of Dooley’s two-hander comedy about veteran actress Irene Young.

Dice Clay To Perform — Unapologetically — at Westhampton Beach PAC

Clay will play the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on Friday night, reminding audiences why he was the first comedian to sell out Madison Square Garden for two consecutive nights in 1990.

‘Sensaciones’ Promise an Evening of Flamenco at Guild Hall

Sonia Olla moves with passion — and with that passion comes strength. This is pure flamenco, she says.

“Private Lives” Suggests You Grab Fun While You Can at Hampton Theatre Company

Director George Loizides calls them his “A-Team” — their names borderline hallmarks, instantly recognizable to the Quogue theater crowd and beyond.

Mercedes Ruehl to Lead ‘Safe Space’ Cast

Directed by three-time Tony Award winner Jack O’Brien, “Safe Space” will star Mercedes Ruehl, Sasha Diamond and Rodney Richardson, as part of the Bay Street Theater Mainstage season.

Pierson Teeny Awards Nominees, Plus Surprise Contest Results, Are Announced

In typical Pierson High School fashion, quite a few student actors have been nominated for theater awards.

Bay Street Is Ready to Raise the Curtain on Music, Comedy and Drama

With a jam-packed season at the Bay Street Theater ahead, Scott Schwartz did not want to skip a thing.

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Bay Street Theater Announces Main Stage Season

This week, Bay Street Theater announced its 2020 Summer Mainstage Season. The three productions will be: “Windfall” (May 26 to June 14), a new...

Review: ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ Aflame with Passion and Poignancy

Lorraine Hansberry’s dazzling drama about a black family coming hard up against the shameful bigotry endemic in America, “A Raisin in the Sun,” is set in the recent past — five years after the Montgomery bus strike, four years before the Birmingham bombing of a black church, a few years before the sit-ins, marches and race riots of the ’60s. But that doesn’t mean it’s a period piece from another era.

Dan Welden tells Tales of Printmaking with Giants of the Art World

World-renowned minimalist Dan Flavin was by far the most difficult artist to ever work with says Sag Harbor-based printmaker Dan Welden, while abstract expressionist Willem de Kooning was the easiest. But of all the artist's he ever collaborated with, there was one who would never quit — Eric Fischl.