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Interactive, Mobile Living Diorama Coming To Guild Hall

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "In taking the structure of the script that Tess created and also recognizing that 2020 was a traumatic year in many ways, and Tess wanted to give people a small amount of agency," Liz Frost said.


INTERVIEW: Actor And Director Bob Balaban On Guild Hall's "Squeaky," Netflix's "The Chair," A Role He Would Have Played For Free, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "I love being unrecognizable. It gives you lots of freedom to really turn into a different person, age-wise, hair-wise," Balaban told us about the longevity of his career.


Long Island Playwright Cindi Sansone-Braff's Work To Be Featured In Think Fast Festival And 2nd Act Players' New Script Competition

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "At first, I wanted to see if I could write a Zoom play after watching a few plays done via that platform," Cindi said about writing during quarantine. "The next thing I knew, I was writing one short play after another."


INTERVIEW: Bethany Dellapolla On Bay Street's Virtual Musical Theatre Vacation Camp: "My Life The Musical!"

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "The goal is not only to improve musical theater skills, or work on musical theater skills building, but to also allow the performer, the members of the camp to create their own work and their own story," Dellapolla explained.


INTERVIEW: Comedian Joseph Vecsey On The Upcoming Bay Street All Star Comedy Show, What Working With Adam Sandler Has Taught Him, Zoom Comedy Shows And More

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "It's just bizarre. It does feel like less pressure - because you've just turned on your computer, you're in your apartment, and it doesn't feel like there's much to lose. But then there are people staring at you..." Vecsey said about performing via Zoom.


Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Collaborating With The Butterfly Effect Program To Make The Arts More Accessible

by Sydney A. Braat
Performing Arts - "Working with Butterfly Effect is a dream come true. The two organizations share the same core values, and as we seek to make the performing arts accessible to more students than ever, their partnership is vital," said WHBPAC Executive Director Julienne Penza-Boone.


INTERVIEW: Andrew Botsford On Hampton Theatre Company Filming A Socially Distanced "Miracle On 34th Street" Radio Play

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "We thought we will make a holiday radio plan, because we have done readings like that for the library in the past, and we thought let's do that, with the COVID protocols," Botsford told us.


INTERVIEW: Producer Melissa Luppi On Pierson High School's "10 Ways To Survive Life In A Quarantine"

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "The kids are wonderful, talented, and these shows are important to them, the school and the community," Luppi told Hamptons.com.


Hamptons-Based Theater Group Presenting 10th Annual Holiday Show Virtually

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "Every time we do these virtual shows, they lift our spirits and bring together so many community members and fans near and far as well as our performers who are often zooming in from another state," Kasia Klimiuk noted.


Hamptons Theater Review: Bay Street's Virtual "Moby Dick" Production Innovates The Classic Successfully

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - It was a successful merger of Zoom and literature; one might call it the creation of "Zoom-literature," in amazing color. This is a must-see for everyone.


Hamptons Theater Review: The World Premiere Of "Rival Queens" Is A Success

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - There was a genuine connection and magic to hearing the words the two queens actually wrote, composed and presented to each other.


INTERVIEW: Will Pomerantz On Bay Street Theater Presenting Herman Melville's "Moby Dick" Online Via "Literature Live!"

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - Herman Melville's Moby Dick is an extraordinary piece of literature and we are going to do what we can do in 90 minutes," Will Pomerantz told us.


INTERVIEW: Director Anton Armedariz Diaz On Filming "Rival Queens" Internationally, The Original Biopic Opera And More

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "I believe that using the wonderful music of the great composers to recreate lives or real events is a way of bringing history, on the one hand, and opera, on the other, to everyone," Armedariz Diaz told us.


INTERVIEW: Gifted Mezzo-Soprano Opera Star Anna Tonna Talks "Rival Queens" And Its Jaw-Dropping Slap Scene

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "It's like a biopic in which we are taking the music, but we are also inserting this other view point of the real queens and who they were as people," Tonna told us.


INTERVIEW: Ashley Galvani Bell Introduces "Rival Queens," An Original Biopic Opera

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "My favorite scene to act and sing is the scene right before Mary Stuart gets her head cut off. I just think the music is so beautiful and the way Donizetti portrays it, it just evokes all the emotions," Galvani Bell told us.


Hamptons Theater Review: Bay Street's "Awake At Night" Is Both An Artistic And Technological Success

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - It was easily the best presentation of live theater done other than in a theater I have ever experienced.


INTERVIEW: Director John Gould Rubin And Actor Albert Jack Peterson On Guild Hall's "A Totally Disrespectful Evening Of Short Plays"

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "There's something intrinsically delightful about working on material just to see how it can land, and also struggling with it on Zoom, to see if we can actually make it as comic on Zoom as it reads and would be live," Gould Rubin told us.


INTERVIEW: Bay Street Theater Associate Artistic Director Will Pomerantz On "Awake At Night: Modern Takes On Stories Of Edgar Allan Poe"

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "I really wanted to make them all modern day, so the language was modern and the situations were all recognizable, because Poe's language is archaic now," Pomerantz told us.


INTERVIEW: Actress Amanda Kristin Nichols On Performing The Works Of Shakespeare In The Hamptons

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "Doing this is so perfect on so many levels. I intend to have fun and bring joy to those there that evening. It's such an opportunity to do what I was trained to do and do it for people so dear to me," the Bay Street veteran told us.


INTERVIEW: Bay Street Theater Artistic Director Scott Schwartz On Upcoming "The Teeming Autumn" Production And More

by T.J. Clemente
Performing Arts - "We think it's going to be just a wonderful evening giving people a chance to experience live performances again, to hear some great text, and be together in a safe way," Schwartz shared.


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