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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."

"The Miracle Worker" Fundraising Campaign: Bringing Helen Keller's Story To The Stage April 2018

by Anastasia Lennon
Performing Arts - "This will be a daunting challenge, emotionally and physically, but I know that our whole community will benefit from Helen Keller's story - a story of achievement in the face of incredible odds by a little girl who was consumed by darkness only to find her light," reflected Bonnie Grice.

Joe DiPietro's "Clever Little Lies" To Open Hampton Theatre Company's 2017-2018 Season

by Anastasia Lennon
Performing Arts - The play is a "laugh-filled story of long-term love and marriage, for better . . . and for worse," says Terry Brennan, general manager of the Hampton Theatre Company.

Bay Street Theater's Literature Live! To Bring Classic Works To Life For Students Across Long Island

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "With matched support from the community we are able to provide these classic pieces from American Literature to so many students, many of whom have never even experienced live theater before," said Tracy Michell.

Fall Theater Review: Center Stage's "Boeing Boeing"

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - With only a cast of six, the show creates an energy that fosters comedy, drama, and good theater.

INTERVIEW: Comedian Jim Jefferies On Touring, His Off Limit Topics, Politics, Late Night Misses, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "My policy is the more offensive the subject, the funnier the joke has to be," the Comedy Central star told Hamptons.com.

Calling All Actors! Southampton Cultural Center To Hold Open Auditions For Beth Henley's "Crimes Of The Heart"

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "It took me two years to obtain the rights to produce this play. It was and will be worth the wait," said Director Joan M. Lyons.

Marc Camoletti's "Boeing Boeing" Coming To Center Stage

by Anastasia Lennon
Performing Arts - "The cast is eagerly awaiting an audience - the last ingredient in this recipe for a confection of chaos and confusion," explained Michael Disher.

Tumble Down The Rabbit Hole With Our Fabulous Variety Show's "Alice In Wonderland" Inspired Productions

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "Both shows are inspired by Lewis Carroll's classic tale and feature your favorite characters such as Alice, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, the White Rabbit and so many more!" Kasia Klimiuk noted.

Community Reflection Results In Innovative Original Performance

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "The cast has done an amazing job to translate the town's reflections into an innovative piece of choreography that's sure to resonate with the community," Kendra Mace Clark shared.

Queen Esther Marrow's "Here's To Life" Kicking Off In The Hamptons

by Kristen Catalano
Performing Arts - "This concert will be an intimate and upbeat show and a joyful return home from a performer who has become a legend throughout Europe," said Kirsten C. Lonnie.

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