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Bay Street-Based Improv Troupe Presenting Hamptons Winter Comedy Series

by Anastasia Lennon
Performing Arts - "Improv Comedy is an immediate, hilarious experience custom designed for each, individual audience. No two shows are ever the same!" said Rob Reese, leader of Bay Street Theater's improv troupe.

Inda Eaton's Songwriters Share Concert To Support Project MOST

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "We are so excited to have the very talented Inda Eaton perform for the fourth annual Songwriters Share Concert Series! Anyone that has heard Inda sing and tell her stories knows what a fun and enchanting evening this will be," remarked Nancy Remkus, curator of the Concert Series. "An amazing songwriter, Inda also has a way of connecting with the audience that makes you feel right at home as she talks directly to your heart. She has a brilliant way of seeing the world and reporting on it that just makes you smile."

Winter Theater Review: Tina Jones Is Brilliant In "Venus In Fur" At Quogue Community Center

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - The writing of Mr. Ives will rock your comfort zone on matters of the power dynamic in relationships.

Winter Hamptons Theater Review: Center Stage's "Crimes Of The Heart"

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - The production is the essence of what the Southampton Cultural Center brings to the East End theater community; quality programing, usually focusing on exhibiting the talents of local actors in a local venue.

Bay Street's Latest All Star Comedy Show To Feature Sam Rubinoff, Greg Stone, And Mark DeMayo

by Anastasia Lennon
Performing Arts - "Every show the audience walks away excited and appreciative that we are bringing New York city comics who hit the best clubs across the country out to Bay Street," said Vecsey.

Small Town Family Drama To Unfold Onstage During "Crimes Of The Heart"

by Anastasia Lennon
Performing Arts - "As a director, I tried for three seasons to obtain the rights to Crimes of the Heart and it was well worth the wait. This is a play that requires a lot of study and breaking down not just of the characters and their relationships, but of themes and symbolism and the cast has really embraced this process," said Director Joan M. Lyons.

David Ives' "Venus In Fur" Kicking Off Three-Week East End Run

by Anastasia Lennon
Performing Arts - "'Venus in Fur' is a wild examination of the relationships between actor and director, the dominant and submissive, and men and women," says Terry Brennan, General Manager of the Hampton Theatre Company.

Southampton Youth Bureau Looking For Rising Stars To Compete In Hamptons Got Talent

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "We have a great amount of talent amongst the youth in our community," Peter Strecker reflected.

Shakespeare & Company Mentors Hamptons Students

by Anastasia Lennon
Performing Arts - "It's been a fantastic time working with the whole school, and we can't wait to be back again next year!" said mentors of Shakespeare & Company.

"Mixed Nuts," A Ballet And Disney Hybrid, To Show At Sag Harbor's Bay Street Theater

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "It's new and exciting and this year will be set in a small Provincial town in France and will parallel to the setting of Beauty and The Beast as well as the classic Disney Characters," said assistant director and choreographer, Meredith Shumway.

The Parrish Art Museum's 22nd PechaKucha Night To Feature A Journalist, Horticulturalist, Photographers, And Artists

by Anastasia Lennon
Performing Arts - "I am pleased to kick off the Parrish's fall season with a fascinating mix of PechaKucha presenters from the East End - from artists and designers to scientists and affordable housing expert," said Corinne Erni, the Curator of Special Projects.

INTERVIEW: Comedian Joseph Vecsey On Bay Street's Upcoming All Star Comedy Show, The Possibility Of A The Unmovers Reunion, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "The shows have just been getting better and better," Vecsey told us about the Bay Street series.

A Holiday Classic Performance, The Nutcracker, Returns To Guild Hall For Its 9th Season

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "It is a feast for the eyes and sure to get you into the holiday spirit!" remarked Sara Jo Strickland.

Our Fabulous Variety Show Presenting 20th Production At East Hampton's Guild Hall With Several Special Guests

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "It is the feel good, festive, family friendly dose of holiday cheer that we all need right now," remarked Anita Boyer and Kasia Kilmiuk. "There is something for everyone and the talent will blow you away and get you dancing in your seats!"

Holiday Season Theater Review: Center Stages' "A Christmas Carol, A Live Radio Play"

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - There is always a certain magical buzz to a live performance to shows of the Christmas/holiday seasonal content.

Joe Landry's "A Christmas Carol, A Live Radio Play" To Spread Hamptons Holiday Cheer Two Weekends In A Row

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "There is something solid, secure and satisfying about the tale of Ebeneezer Scrooge - his past, present and future," Michael Disher reflected.

Fall Theater Review: Bay Street Theater's "Death Of A Salesman"

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - This production will be talked about fondly for years.

An Insight Into Literature Live! At Bay Street Theater

by Anastasia Lennon
Performing Arts - "We need children and young adults to see live theater and we were very committed to that. Sort of no matter what it takes because in the end we feel that it's that important," Tracy Mitchell told us.

Hamptons-Based Community Theater Presenting "A Night Of Vaudeville"

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "The idea of the vaudeville show has been a Springs Community Theater dream for a long time," shared Barbara Mattson.

Fall Theater Review: Hampton Theatre Company's "Clever Little Lies"

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - I believe the power behind the dynamics of the show ascends from the life experience of the parents and their view of the circle of life, along with a touch of Aristotle's views on the concept of "happiness" and what is "happy."

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