Theater

Playing for Power in Corporate America

“Stan the Man” is now. It’s immediate. And it knows what buttons to push.

‘Safe Space’ Explores Political Rules on Campus

Set in a college campus, a controversial assignment in history class becomes the fulcrum for this stimulating one-act play. 

Women Lead ‘Annie Get Your Gun’ Creative Team at Bay Street

The rendition of “Annie Get Your Gun” at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor this summer is a departure from the Irving Berlin classic....

Benatar, Giraldo Helm ‘Romeo & Juliet Project’

Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo have formed one of the most successful partnerships in music history.

Gilbert & Sullivan Comes to Hampton Bays

In the history of musical theater, there are few bodies of work that have been so long — or so fervently admired — as the comic operas of Gilbert & Sullivan.

Schoenbart Brings Her “Exit Strategy” to Southampton Cultural Center

As a young girl, Sandra Roth Schoenbart constantly asked herself one burning question: “Could the daughter of a Jewish accountant from Queens, New York, ever become an actress?”

‘Safe Space’ Expected To Ignite Debate Onstage and Off

In the “Safe Space” rehearsal room, Alan Fox has heard the words “charged” and “incendiary” thrown around as descriptors of his first full-length play.

Eberstadt Named Director of Philanthropy at Guild Hall

Kristin Eberstadt has officially joined the Guild Hall team as Director of Philanthropy.

’13 the Musical’ Earns Judges Choice Award

The cast and crew of the Pierson High School production of “13 The Musical” took home a Teeny Awards Judges’ Choice Award on June 9.

‘Andromeda’s Sisters’ Offers a Night of Theater Fueled by Women

“Andromeda’s Sisters” is a theatrical fundraiser spearheaded by Neo-Political Cowgirls founder Kate Mueth and fueled by explosive female playwrights, actors, directors and advocates.

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.

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Stuck At Home And Looking For Culture? There’s A Virtual Solution For That!

While museums may be physically shuttered, we can be thankful for the fact that we live in the digital age. That means there are still several opportunities for the community to engage with our favorite artists and arts organizations online.

South Fork Arts Organizations Cancel Events and Exhibitions

There are numerous closures and cancellations of arts organizations in our area due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19. Here's the list.

Tripoli Patterson Looks Ahead in a New Gallery Space in Wainscott

The unassuming warehouse sits back from Montauk Highway in Wainscott. Accessed from a side road, it helps to know where you’re going. In short, it’s not exactly where you would expect to find an art gallery, yet for Tripoli Patterson, owner of Tripoli Gallery, that’s exactly the point.