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Journey To The Greek Islands For ABBA, Love, And Endless Entertainment

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "Mamma Mia! is pure entertainment," director Michael Disher said. "With a solid selection of 20 plus well-known pop tunes, it avoids pretense and purpose and delivers a joyful evening."

Over 40 Local Students Taking The Stage During Upcoming "Les Misérables" Production

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "The first time I saw Les MisÚrables was back in 1989 and I was profoundly moved by the depth of emotion that I experienced from the musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's epic novel," director Debbie Mansir said.

Jules Feiffer To Discuss "Little Murders" Following Hamptons Screening

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "Little Murders is a JFK post-assassination satiric play, then film, that predicted the breakdown of traditional American institutional safeguards and the random violence and societal insanity that follows. Why anyone thinks this has any relevance to present-day events, go figure," remarked Feiffer.

Comedians That Tour With Tracy Morgan Heading To Bay Street

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "It's Valentine's Day weekend and the all star comedy show is perfect for couples who wanna laugh harder and realize they're meant for each other or break up," Joseph Vecsey noted. Either way, it will be a great night!"

Hamptons Winter Theater Review: "Love Letters" Is Outstanding

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - Actors Catherine Maloney and John Leonard had a wonderful cadence and tempo - no doubt schooled into them by East End icon and director Michael Disher.

Southampton Cultural Center Reminiscing About Love - Just In Time For Valentine's Day

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "'Love Letters,' like love, is seemingly simple and deeply complicated. I adore this play," Disher concluded.

The Hoodoo Loungers Commemorating 10th Anniversary With Concert Celebration In The Hamptons

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "We are delighted we can hold our 10th anniversary concert at the place where it began for us, Bay Street Theater!" said Joe Lauro. "We are expecting some very special friends including Morris Goldberg and Dan Koontz to help us set the room on fire!"

Inda Eaton Taking The Stage In Support Of Project MOST During Upcoming Songwriters Share

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "The Songwriter's Share evening is one of my favorite nights of the year," Eaton explained. "It's intimate, authentic and the perfect answer to winter."

Hamptons-Based Theater Presenting Winter Acting Workshop For Adults

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "The class is custom-designed to the individual participant's specific goals," Allen O'Reilly relayed.

Jacob Williams, Oscar Collazos, And Reg Thomas Headlining First All Star Stand-Up Comedy Show Of 2019

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "Really excited for our first show at Bay Street Theater for 2019," says longtime All Star host Joseph Vecsey. "We have been doing this show for about 9 years and every year it gets better and better."

Hamptons Winter Theater Review: "On Golden Pond" At Quogue Community Center

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - The production was the best of what local theater can be; a combination of great acting with really good material, presented at a Broadway level - all at a very affordable price.

Hamptons Winter Theater Review: "Reasons To Be Pretty"

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - The first five minutes of the play Reasons To Be Pretty, now being presented by Center Stage at the Southampton Cultural Center, will get your attention perhaps as no play, movie or show ever has.

Hampton Theatre Company Presenting "On Golden Pond"

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "In what may be their final season at their summer home on Golden Pond, Norman and Ethel Thayer contend with their present circumstances while reflecting on their relationships: to each other, to family, to aging, and to a life and a place defined by love," Terry Brennan, HTC General Manager, noted.

Center Stage Tackling "Reasons To Be Pretty"

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "LaBute celebrates the 'uncommonness' of common speech in Reasons to be Pretty," Joan M. Lyons explained.

Center Stage Casting For "Mamma Mia!" Production

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - The plot is simple: the tunes are well-known and plentiful," Michael Disher noted. "I am hoping to find men and women of all ages who appreciate dance music from the 70s and have the energy to create a feel good dance show. "

"Annie Get Your Gun" And "Safe Space" Coming To Bay Street Next Summer

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "With the world premiere of a searing new play directed by one of America's leading theater artists, and a visionary revival of a classic musical directed by a rising star, Bay Street will again offer our audiences productions that I know will be the talk of the East End all summer long," Scott Schwartz said.

Annual Holiday Spectacular Taking On "Wizard Of Oz" Twist

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - For this year's Mixed Nuts production, Studio 3 stars will follow the yellow brick road to the Emerald City.

The Newly Created South Fork Performing Arts To Launch With "Antigone Now" This December

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "Our mission is to bring quality arts education to local youths by utilizing area professional artists and teachers in the subjects of theatre and music," Tamara Salkin relayed.

Our Fabulous Variety Show's 22nd Production Inspired By Cirque du Soleil

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "I am most looking forward to this show because it has combined Kasia and my love of Cirque du Solei with our passion for producing original theatre," remarked Director Anita Boyer.

The Hampton Ballet Theatre School To Host 10th Annual Production Of "The Nutcracker"

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "It is a major accomplishment for the school, the dancers, the parents and the community. HBTS has had the support of many to reach this milestone and for that, we are very humbled and grateful," said Jo Strickland, Director Hampton Ballet Theatre School.

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