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INTERVIEW: The Sixties Show Founder Craig O'Keefe On "The Greatest 1960s Musical Re-Creation Show On Earth," The Band's Hamptons Return, And More

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "We have added some tunes that weren't in last year's show. We really don't play the smaller venues like Bay Street anymore, but we love Bay Street's audiences and going out to Sag Harbor," O'Keefe told Hamptons.com.


Hampton Theatre Company Presenting Ken Ludwig's "Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery"

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "Get your deerstalker cap on - the play's afoot! From the award winning mastermind of mayhem, Ken Ludwig, comes a fast-paced comedy about everyone's favorite detective solving his most notorious case," said Terry Brennan, General Manager of The Hampton Theatre Company.


Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Announces New "Sip" Series

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "We're so excited to offer not one but TWO Sip! Classes this fall," said Julienne Penza-Boone, Director of the Arts Academy and Teaching Artist of Sip and Speak. "For years we've been engaging young people in high quality arts education experiences, and now we hope to expand into providing the adults in our community with those opportunities as well!"


Hamptons Theater Review: Center Stage At Southampton Cultural Center's "The Little Mermaid"

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - Folks go to musicals to be entertained and this SCC production of Disney's The Little Mermaid does just that.


Hamptons "Love, Loss And What I Wore" Production Being Presented In Observance Of Breast Cancer Awareness Month And National Mammography Day

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "I'm so pleased Valerie DiLorenzo continues to call women together to utilize theater for causes like this," Kate Mueth said. "It's all so very personal and when we fight hardship by creating beauty and with story telling, the communal results are myriad, powerful and rich."


INTERVIEW: Comedy Scene Veteran Lisa Lampanelli On "Fat Chance," Her Deeply Personal Show, Giving Up Insult Comedy, And More

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "I believe the more we want to help people, the more real one has to become. That was my reason for starting this show," Lampanelli told Hamptons.com.


INTERVIEW: Director Bethany Dellapolla Talks "The Little Mermaid" At Southampton Cultural Center

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "We will do all the numbers, and so many of those numbers are pure magic," Dellapolla told Hamptons.com.


Mick Thomas To Headline Westhampton Beach Brewing Co.'s Third Comedy Night

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "I'm excited to perform in the Hamptons. Sure summer is over and I'm going to freeze at the beach, but I can humblebrag to my friends I'm playing the Hamptons. Plus I'm from Ireland, so a brewery is where I feel most at home," Mick Thomas said.


Hamptons All Star Stand-Up Comedy Show Series To Pick Back Up With Sets From Greg Stone And Brendan Eyre

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "All Star Stand Up Comedy is back with a brand new line up at Bay Street theater," Joseph Vecsey noted. "Really excited that we are approaching our 10th year soon and people are coming to support live stand up comedy."


Southampton Cultural Center Welcoming Voices Of Poetry - Muse Of Blues

by Ryan Lappe
Performing Arts - This event will feature a stellar array of poets - Jessica Greenbaum, Michael Klein, Eva Salzman & Neil Silberblatt - plus music by acclaimed vocalist/composer Christine Tobin.


INTERVIEW: Broadway Star John Lloyd Young On Meeting President Barack Obama, His First Live Bay Street Appearance, And More

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "I was privileged to meet with him a few times and do some work for him, too," John Lloyd Young said about President Barack Obama.


INTERVIEW: Show Biz Guru Cedering Fox About "Hearts Aflame" In The Hamptons

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "When the show begins, the audience will be greeted by twelve actors and a fantastic jazz trio lead by Musical Director Jonathan Mastro," Fox said of "Hearts Aflame."


Hamptons Theater Review: "Annie Get Your Gun" Is A Winner At Bay Street

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - This show is everything you want to see when you go to see a live musical and perhaps even more.


"Angel's Mice And Men" - A New Play By Long Island Playwright

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - Angel's Mice and Men is a full-length, one-act, romantic comedy that takes place on Long Island during the summer of 1992. Angel Ventura, or the Widow Ventura, as her sister, Gina, called her, had the whole month of July off from motherhood and teaching.


Hamptons Theater Review: "My Witch: The Margaret Hamilton Stories" Is Spellbinding

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - It's truly a conversational play with a woman perhaps defined by her twelve minutes of total screen time in The Wizard of Oz that has terrified almost every person who has ever viewed that epic movie.


36th Annual Bridghampton Chamber Music Festival Launches 12-Concert Season In July

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "I'm particularly thrilled to present this summer's season," said BCMF Founder and Artistic Director Marya Martin. "In this uneasy moment in history, we have focused our energies on creating a dynamic summer of programming that reminds us both of the capacity for artists to create works of incredible beauty, and also how music and beliefs change over time."


Hamptons Theater Review: The World Premiere Of "Safe Space" Earns A Standing Ovation At Bay Street

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - This is a powerful play with important messages about so many important issues of the day.


Comedian Joe Devito Headlining Hamptons Comedy Night

by Courtney File
Performing Arts - "We already have live music every week and we've been thinking of starting a live comedy night, so when the opportunity to have Joe Devito and a few of his friends presented itself, we couldn't pass it up," noted Kathleen Tedesco.


INTERVIEW: Acting Teacher Gary Swanson On All Things Acting

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "In 1974 I sought out Lee Strasberg when I was on an NBC Soap called Somerset. I was untrained but strangely successful as a 'fake" actor,'" Swanson revealed to Hamptons.com.


INTERVIEW: A Talk With Comedic Icon Robert Klein

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "I am older, but strangely I feel like I'm better at this profession than ever before," Klein told us.


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