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Southampton History Museum
Parrish Art
Sag Harbor Cinema
Southampton Arts Center
The Church
Guild Hall
Bay Street Theater
WHBPAC
Southampton History Museum
Parrish Art Museum
Sag Harbor Cinema
Bay Street Theater
Guild Hall
LongHouse Reserve
Southampton History Museum
Guild Hall
Southampton Arts Center
Parrish Art Museum
Sag Harbor Cinema
Bay Street Theater
Guild Hall
WHBPAC
Guild Hall
Southampton Arts Center
Sag Harbor Cinema
Bay Street Theater
Guild Hall
WHBPAC
Southampton Arts Center
Parrish Art Museum
Guild Hall
Southampton Cultural Center
Southampton Arts Center
Parrish Art Museum
LongHouse Reserve
Eastville Community Historical Society
«ridgehampton Chamber Music
The Watermill Center
Southampton History Museum
Guild Hall
Bridgehampton Chamber Music
The Watermill Center
Pollock-Krasner House
Southampton Arts Center
Bay Street Theater
Southampton History Museum
Parrish Art Museum
LongHouse Reserve
Guild Hall
Southampton Cultural Center
Southampton History Museum
WHBPAC
Guild Hall
Bridgehampton Chamber Music
Southampton Cultural Center
HIFF
WHBPAC
Madoo
East Hampton Historical Society
Southampton History Museum
Southampton Arts Center
Guild Hall
Southampton Arts Center
Parrish Art Museum
Southampton Cultural Center
Guild Hall
WHBPAC
Southampton Arts Center
Guild Hall
Parrish Art Museum
WHBPAC
Southampton History Museum
Guild Hall
Pollock-Krasner House
«ridgehampton Chamber Music
Parrish Art Museum
Southampton Arts Center
WHBPAC
Bay Street Theater
HIFF
Southampton History Museum
Parrish Art Museum
LongHouse Reserve
Southampton Cultural Center
WHBPAC
Southampton History Museum
Parrish Art Museum
Guild Hall
Guild Hall
Southampton Cultural Center
WHBPAC
HIFF
Southampton History Museum
Southampton Arts Center
The Church
Bay Street Theater
Guild Hall
The Watermill Center
Southampton Cultural Center
Bridgehampton Chamber Music
Parrish Art Museum
Southampton Arts Center
WHBPAC
Guild Hall
Southampton History Museum
LongHouse Reserve
Southampton Arts Center
Guild Hall
HIFF
Southampton History Museum
Pollock-Krasner House
Bridgehampton Chamber Music
WHBPAC
Southampton Arts Center
Guild Hall
Bay Street Theater
Southampton History Museum
Parrish Art Museum
Guild Hall
LongHouse Reserve
Southampton Cultural Center
Southampton History Museum
WHBPAC
Guild Hall
Southampton Cultural Center
WHBPAC
HIFF
Southampton History Museum
Southampton Arts Center
The Church
WHBPAC
The Watermill Center
Southampton Cultural Center
Southampton Arts Center
Guild Hall
WHBPAC
Guild Hall
Southampton Arts Center
Parrish Art Museum
DIA Bridgehampton
Pollock-Krasner House
Guild Hall
Parrish Art Museum
LongHouse Reserve
Southampton Cultural Center
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Wednesday, September 1
Starting 03:00 PM
Starting 03:00 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Respect
The Green Knight
Duel
Death Proof
August 20 – September 24, 2021
August 20 – September 24, 2021
Madoo
In This room needs flowers., Spencer Finch presents five intimate works that speak poetically to the patience and persistence of the avid gardener. Employing watercolor, woodblock and photography, Finch creates work that feels constructed of color, time, light and air - recording and mimicking natural phenomena of falling leaves and cherry blossoms, chronicling blooms and observing the subtleties of a day in the life of a daisy. This room needs flowers. takes its name from a line in the poem Afterward by Robert Dash's close friend and collaborator James Schuyler.

Spencer Finch (born 1962, New Haven, CT) has exhibited extensively in the US and internationally. Recent major projects include Fifteen Stones (Ryoanji) at the Fundació Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona, Spain (2018); A Cloud Index, a site-specific commission for Paddington Station in London (2018); and Trying To Remember the Color of the Sky on That September Morning, for the 9/11 Memorial, New York, NY (2014). His work can be found in collections including The Hirshhorn Museum, The National Gallery of Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and The Whitney Museum of American Art. Spencer Finch lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

02:00 PM - 02:45 PM
04:00 PM - 04:45 PM
02:00 PM - 02:45 PM
04:00 PM - 04:45 PM
KIDFEST: Mesmerizing Magic with Jason Hudy
Guild Hall
Mystery. Intrigue. Comedy. Bewilderment.

These are only a fraction of the qualities that Jason Hudy delivers in every single magic performance! Delve into cutting edge magical entertainment that will draw you into the intricate world of illusion, with a 'one-of-a-kind' show. Mystery.

Tickets $30 Adults / $15 Kids

Plus

Benefit Family Party at 6PM at the home of Guild Hall Trustee Mary Jane Brock

Join the fun for the whole family with more entertainment, lawn games, more magic by Jason Hudy, and a family barbeque. Located walking distance to Guild Hall.

Tickets $30 Adults / $15 Kids

03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Guild Hall
Mystery. Intrigue. Comedy. Bewilderment.

These are only a fraction of the qualities that Jason Hudy delivers in every single magic performance! Delve into cutting edge magical entertainment that will draw you into the intricate world of illusion, with a 'one-of-a-kind' show.

Click HERE for the 5pm show – and Family BBQ!

For KidFEST, ALL guests over the age of 2 years are required to wear face coverings both indoors and outside, regardless of vaccination status. While children under the age of 12 are unable to be vaccinated, we ask adults to model the behavior that is expected of children. Your patience and understanding is appreciated in keeping our community's children safe.

Click HERE for full COVID-19 information to review prior to your visit.
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Guild Hall
With this post-show party ticket, join the fun for the whole family with more entertainment, including an appearance by magician Jason Hudy, plus lawn games, and a family barbeque. Located walking distance to Guild Hall at the home of Mary Jane and Charles Brock. An address will be sent with registration confirmation.

For KidFEST, ALL guests over the age of 2 years are required to wear face coverings both indoors and outside, regardless of vaccination status. While children under the age of 12 are unable to be vaccinated, we ask adults to model the behavior that is expected of children. Your patience and understanding is appreciated in keeping our community's children safe.

$30 Adults / $15 Kids
06:30 PM - 08:30 PM
06:30 PM - 08:30 PM
Southampton Cultural Center
With big guitars, bigger drums, and boundless energy, Mean Machine delivers a performance that is second to none! Their repertoire includes party rock, dance, pop, country...anything from the '50s through today. If you like music, you will love Mean Machine! The Plaza Cafe on Wheels Food Truck will be on-site. Come for dinner, stay for this phenomenal show!
07:30 PM
07:30 PM
Bay Street Theater
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Music by Frederick Loewe Directed by Scott Schwartz Choreography by Marcos Santana Musical Direction by Matt Hinkley

"Britany Coleman is phenomenally outstanding ... Her voice and grasp of the role is mesmerizing." —TJ Clemente, Hamptons.com
"… simply delightful, a perfect summer evening under the stars." —Patrick Christiano, TheaterLife.com
"Pure joy." —Annette Hinkle, Sag Harbor Express
"Poetic power impossible to achieve indoors." —David Taylor, Dan's Papers

This new envisioning of Camelot and the story of King Arthur, Guenevere, and Lancelot is told with intimacy, immediacy, and incandescent passion. The beloved musical explores one of the greatest romances of all time and paints a luminous picture of a fleeting moment when justice, peace, and righteousness reigned supreme.

While that moment must come to an end, we are asked to believe it could come again. Love, loss, humor, and regret pour forth from the acclaimed score, which includes classic songs such as I Loved You Once in Silence, I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight, If Ever I Would Leave You and of course the title song, Camelot.

EVENT LOCATION: 2011 Montauk Highway [Rt. 27] in Bridgehampton. The outdoor field behind Carvel Ice Cream and opposite from Bridgehampton Commons. Parking is available.
09:00 PM
09:00 PM
HIFF
Summer was made for movies under the stars! Join us every Wednesday night for free screenings of classic crowdpleasers at Herrick Park, right in the Village of East Hampton. This is the first time any public screenings have been held in Herrick Park!

Update: as sunset gets earlier, movies will now begin at 8, so arrive early to get your spot.

Want a front row seat? Reserve an 8′ x 10′ square (for up to 6 people) in the first two rows! The cost of your square ($50) will support our year-round education and community programs. Thank you!

Seating is otherwise free, but please RSVP using the links below so we can better plan for social distancing.

You are welcome to bring your own chairs, blankets, and a picnic (alcohol prohibited). Restaurants in the Village will be offering discounted picnic packages for your viewing pleasure, and there will be popcorn on site; stay tuned for details. As we want to be welcome here all summer long, please be kind to the park—take everything with you when you leave (including all trash). See you at the movies!

Note: In the event of inclement weather, screenings will be rescheduled until the following Monday.
Thursday, September 2
11:00 AM
11:00 AM
Southampton History Museum
Time & Location

Sep 02, 11:00 AM
Zoom
About the Event

In 1797 word came down from New York State's surveyor general, Simeon DeWitt, that an Act of the Legislature had required new maps of all towns in the state be drawn. Learn how Southampton Supervisor David Hedges responded with a hand drawn map and detailed letter of the Town, describing everything from schoolhouses, to churches, to industry, to wildlife and the Port of Sag Harbor. Southampton Town Historian Julie Greene will give this fascinating lecture.


RSVP
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
A Parrish Docent will lead a brief talk introducing the exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948 – 1960. Free with Museum admission. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.
REGISTER
Starting 03:00 PM
Starting 03:00 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Respect
The Green Knight
Duel
Pit Stop
04:00 PM - 10:00 PM
04:00 PM - 10:00 PM
September 2-5

An exclusive, semi-private boutique fair specially curated for Hamptonites

FROM THE PRODUCERS OF ARTHAMPTONS
The heart-pounding excitement of an international art fair comes to the center of bustling Southampton Village. The Hamptons Fine Art Fair is a celebration of the East End's new booming art scene, where the tidal wave of recent gallery and auction house openings meets the home enrichment needs of thousands of eager new local residents. The 4-day high caliber fair also serves a much deserved tribute the region's rich history as a haven for the creation and patronage of art.

Opening Preview:
Thursday, September 2: 4-10pm
Gold Card: 4-7pm
VIP Card: 7-10pm

Friday, September 3: 12 noon-9pm
Saturday, September 4: 12 noon-9pm
Sunday, September 5: 12 noon-9pm
06:00 PM
06:00 PM
The Church
Passers-by were stunned when Alice Aycock's great work Twister Grande (Tall), 2019 was installed at The church earlier this summer, with many people being stopped dead in their tracks at its whirling, explosive energy. It made us think of the creative mind at work itself!

Aycock is an American sculptor and installation artist. She was an early artist in the land art movement in the 1970s, and has created many large-scale metal sculptures around the world. She has been show as part of Park Avenue's annual sculpture installation lining the avenue with her "Paper Chase" series.

Aycock's drawings and sculptures of architectural and mechanical fantasies combine logic, imagination, magical thinking and science.
07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Guild Hall
$100 per person
OR
$150 per person including post show meet and greet with the artists and a special Vinyl 45 RPM from Jenni and Teddy 158 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937 United States

THIS PROGRAM WILL NOW TAKE PLACE INDOORS IN THE JOHN DREW THEATER. Guests attending any INDOOR John Drew Theater programs must show proof of FULL vaccination. At this time, only fully vaccinated guests are permitted to attend programs in the indoor theater. Face coverings are required indoors for all guests, regardless of vaccinated status.

Click HERE for full COVID-19 information to review prior to your visit.

Teddy Thompson and Jenni Muldaur, along with producer David Mansfield, have spent the spring and summer recording the classic duets of Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton, George Jones and Tammy Wynette, and Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. Join them as they perform those tunes and more, live in the John Drew Theater.

Teddy Thompson is an acclaimed singer-songwriter, the only son of British folk-rock legends Richard and Linda Thompson. NPR proclaims that he's "the musical equivalent of an arrow to the heart," while The New York Times calls his work "beautifully finessed."

Singer-songwriter, arranger, and producer Jenni Muldaur grew up in a music-intensive environment as the daughter of folk icons Geoff and Maria Muldaur, who both played a crucial part in the '60's folk revival. As well as recording solo albums, she has performed and recorded with Lou Reed, David Byrne, Marianne Faithful, Steely Dan, Ronnie Spector, Eric Clapton and many others. She is a resident of Springs and loves being a part of this incredible artist community on the East End.

Concessions are available at our new eAT Coffee Bar.
07:30 PM
07:30 PM
Bay Street Theater
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Music by Frederick Loewe Directed by Scott Schwartz Choreography by Marcos Santana Musical Direction by Matt Hinkley

"Britany Coleman is phenomenally outstanding ... Her voice and grasp of the role is mesmerizing." —TJ Clemente, Hamptons.com
"… simply delightful, a perfect summer evening under the stars." —Patrick Christiano, TheaterLife.com
"Pure joy." —Annette Hinkle, Sag Harbor Express
"Poetic power impossible to achieve indoors." —David Taylor, Dan's Papers

This new envisioning of Camelot and the story of King Arthur, Guenevere, and Lancelot is told with intimacy, immediacy, and incandescent passion. The beloved musical explores one of the greatest romances of all time and paints a luminous picture of a fleeting moment when justice, peace, and righteousness reigned supreme.

While that moment must come to an end, we are asked to believe it could come again. Love, loss, humor, and regret pour forth from the acclaimed score, which includes classic songs such as I Loved You Once in Silence, I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight, If Ever I Would Leave You and of course the title song, Camelot.

EVENT LOCATION: 2011 Montauk Highway [Rt. 27] in Bridgehampton. The outdoor field behind Carvel Ice Cream and opposite from Bridgehampton Commons. Parking is available.
Friday, September 3
12:00 PM - 06:00 PM
12:00 PM - 06:00 PM
WHBPAC
WHBPAC and New York Blood Center are proud to present a different kind of rock star – you! On September 3rd, between 12pm & 6pm, you can take center stage and help meet the needs of members in your community.

Walk-ins welcome, although appointments are preferred. Donors should bring their photo ID, must wear a mask, and must be 14 days symptom free if recovered from COVID-19. They will have their temperature taken at the door. NYBC does not test for COVID-19.
REGISTER
12:00 PM - 09:00 PM
12:00 PM - 09:00 PM
September 2-5

An exclusive, semi-private boutique fair specially curated for Hamptonites

FROM THE PRODUCERS OF ARTHAMPTONS
The heart-pounding excitement of an international art fair comes to the center of bustling Southampton Village. The Hamptons Fine Art Fair is a celebration of the East End's new booming art scene, where the tidal wave of recent gallery and auction house openings meets the home enrichment needs of thousands of eager new local residents. The 4-day high caliber fair also serves a much deserved tribute the region's rich history as a haven for the creation and patronage of art.

Opening Preview:
Thursday, September 2: 4-10pm
Gold Card: 4-7pm
VIP Card: 7-10pm

Friday, September 3: 12 noon-9pm
Saturday, September 4: 12 noon-9pm
Sunday, September 5: 12 noon-9pm
06:00 PM - 07:30 PM
06:00 PM - 07:30 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Start Labor Day Weekend off right with The HooDoo Loungers, who take their inspiration from the Gri Gri of Dr. John to the swingin' rock n' roll of Fats Domino. Blending it all together with a bit of classic soul and New Orleans Swing, the band brings it together for an inspired and original musical gumbo.

Space on the terrace is limited, please use the links below to register. The event takes place outdoors on the Museum's Terrace and Event Lawn, rain or shine. Please bring your own chairs, no Museum seating is available. REGISTER FOR IN-PERSON

REGISTER FOR LIVESTREAM
03:15 PM
03:15 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Respect
Un Flic
Flag Day
Army of Shadows
Breaking Away
07:30 PM
07:30 PM
Bay Street Theater
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Music by Frederick Loewe Directed by Scott Schwartz Choreography by Marcos Santana Musical Direction by Matt Hinkley

"Britany Coleman is phenomenally outstanding ... Her voice and grasp of the role is mesmerizing." —TJ Clemente, Hamptons.com
"… simply delightful, a perfect summer evening under the stars." —Patrick Christiano, TheaterLife.com
"Pure joy." —Annette Hinkle, Sag Harbor Express
"Poetic power impossible to achieve indoors." —David Taylor, Dan's Papers

This new envisioning of Camelot and the story of King Arthur, Guenevere, and Lancelot is told with intimacy, immediacy, and incandescent passion. The beloved musical explores one of the greatest romances of all time and paints a luminous picture of a fleeting moment when justice, peace, and righteousness reigned supreme.

While that moment must come to an end, we are asked to believe it could come again. Love, loss, humor, and regret pour forth from the acclaimed score, which includes classic songs such as I Loved You Once in Silence, I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight, If Ever I Would Leave You and of course the title song, Camelot.

EVENT LOCATION: 2011 Montauk Highway [Rt. 27] in Bridgehampton. The outdoor field behind Carvel Ice Cream and opposite from Bridgehampton Commons. Parking is available.
08:00 PM - 09:15 PM
08:00 PM - 09:15 PM
Guild Hall
$100 per person / $30 for 30 & Under / $25 for Guild Hall Members 158 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937 United States
Staged Reading of Crisis in Queens by Joy Behar

Featuring Catherine Curtin, Irene Sofia Lucio, Dave Quay, Annabella Sciorra, Matt Servitto, Brenda Vaccaro, and Steven Weber
Directed by John Gould Rubin
Casting: Jack Doulin
Stage Manager: Monica Moore

Stage Directions: Cameron King

You know Joy from co-hosting The View. Maybe you know her from her stellar stand-up career. But who knew, this versatile humorist, commentator, comedienne and writer is branching out into playwrighting? Guild Hall is delighted to present the debut of her new, full-length comedy about an unhappy, 40-something woman who blames her husband for her life's failures – and sets off a chain of events in which she gets so much more than she ever bargained for! A dazzling new comedy from the hilarious Joy Behar.

Run time: Approx. 75 minutes

Also performing on September 4.

Concessions are available at our new eAT Coffee Bar.
Saturday, September 4
10:30 AM
10:30 AM
LongHouse Reserve
First Saturdays for LongHouse members are in full swing! Come and enjoy some extra time at LongHouse with our First Saturdays. Members can visit on the first Saturday of every month from 10:30am-12noon. Stroll the gardens earlier - it's great to be a member!

Not yet a member? Join today and visit for free! Click on Support, Memberships at the top of the page and start receiving all the benefits of being a LongHouse member.
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Southampton History Museum
Southampton History Museum, 17 Meeting House Ln, Southampton, NY 11968, USA

Southampton Fire Department Antique Truck Committee is dusting off their finest historic fire trucks to be shown on the grounds of the Rogers Mansion. The City Service Ladder Truck made in 1912 will be a featured attraction. Historic firefighting equipment will be on display and include many of the twin forks historic fire trucks. The Rogers Mansion Museum Complex will also be open to the public. Come visit the 12 historic buildings on the Complex which were recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a unique property. All are welcome to see this once-in-a-lifetime, outdoor display of Southampton's legendary firefighting equipment.

12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
Guild Hall
Guild Hall's Saturday Family workshops are the perfect way for families to take part in shared learning and creativity. Each session allows families, ages 4+, to explore and reflect on the works exhibited in Guild Hall's Museum as they create unique works of their own.

From reimagining famed abstract expressionist works to experimenting with charcoals, each Saturday Family Workshop provides a new viewpoint and level of engagement to the current exhibition, Robert Longo: A History of the Present. Workshops are led by a rotating team of locally based educators and artists, embracing the diversity and artist colony of the Hamptons.

A single registration is for families of no more than four people.

SCHEDULESaturday August 14: Painting with the Whole Body with Virva Hinnemo
Saturday August 21: Grayscale Drip Painting with the Pollock-Krasner House & Study Center
Saturday August 28: Create Your Own Rothko with Anna Healy
Saturday September 4: Charcoal Drawing with Elizabeth Karsch
12:00 PM - 09:00 PM
12:00 PM - 09:00 PM
September 2-5

An exclusive, semi-private boutique fair specially curated for Hamptonites

FROM THE PRODUCERS OF ARTHAMPTONS
The heart-pounding excitement of an international art fair comes to the center of bustling Southampton Village. The Hamptons Fine Art Fair is a celebration of the East End's new booming art scene, where the tidal wave of recent gallery and auction house openings meets the home enrichment needs of thousands of eager new local residents. The 4-day high caliber fair also serves a much deserved tribute the region's rich history as a haven for the creation and patronage of art.

Opening Preview:
Thursday, September 2: 4-10pm
Gold Card: 4-7pm
VIP Card: 7-10pm

Friday, September 3: 12 noon-9pm
Saturday, September 4: 12 noon-9pm
Sunday, September 5: 12 noon-9pm
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
A Parrish Docent will lead a brief talk introducing the exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948 – 1960. Free with Museum admission. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

REGISTER
Starting 12:15 PM
Starting 12:15 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Respect
Flag Day
My Life as a Zucchin
Army of Shadows
Un Flic
07:30 PM
07:30 PM
Bay Street Theater
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Music by Frederick Loewe Directed by Scott Schwartz Choreography by Marcos Santana Musical Direction by Matt Hinkley

"Britany Coleman is phenomenally outstanding ... Her voice and grasp of the role is mesmerizing." —TJ Clemente, Hamptons.com
"… simply delightful, a perfect summer evening under the stars." —Patrick Christiano, TheaterLife.com
"Pure joy." —Annette Hinkle, Sag Harbor Express
"Poetic power impossible to achieve indoors." —David Taylor, Dan's Papers

This new envisioning of Camelot and the story of King Arthur, Guenevere, and Lancelot is told with intimacy, immediacy, and incandescent passion. The beloved musical explores one of the greatest romances of all time and paints a luminous picture of a fleeting moment when justice, peace, and righteousness reigned supreme.

While that moment must come to an end, we are asked to believe it could come again. Love, loss, humor, and regret pour forth from the acclaimed score, which includes classic songs such as I Loved You Once in Silence, I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight, If Ever I Would Leave You and of course the title song, Camelot.

EVENT LOCATION: 2011 Montauk Highway [Rt. 27] in Bridgehampton. The outdoor field behind Carvel Ice Cream and opposite from Bridgehampton Commons. Parking is available.
08:00 PM - 09:15 PM
08:00 PM - 09:15 PM
Guild Hall
$100 per person / $30 for 30 & Under / $25 for Guild Hall Members 158 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937 United States
Staged Reading of Crisis in Queens by Joy Behar

Featuring Catherine Curtin, Irene Sofia Lucio, Dave Quay, Annabella Sciorra, Matt Servitto, Brenda Vaccaro, and Steven Weber
Directed by John Gould Rubin
Casting: Jack Doulin
Stage Manager: Monica Moore

Stage Directions: Cameron King

You know Joy from co-hosting The View. Maybe you know her from her stellar stand-up career. But who knew, this versatile humorist, commentator, comedienne and writer is branching out into playwrighting? Guild Hall is delighted to present the debut of her new, full-length comedy about an unhappy, 40-something woman who blames her husband for her life's failures – and sets off a chain of events in which she gets so much more than she ever bargained for! A dazzling new comedy from the hilarious Joy Behar.

Run time: Approx. 75 minutes

Also performing on September 4.

Concessions are available at our new eAT Coffee Bar.
08:00 PM
08:00 PM
WHBPAC
That Motown Band kicks off the fall season fresh from their WHBPAC Holiday Streaming Spectacular with all the Motown songs you know and love! With hits like "Heat Wave", "Ain't Too Proud To Beg", "Baby Love", "My Girl", and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" in their repertoire, this talented group has previously graced the stages of The Town Hall on Broadway, Center City in Philadelphia, The Inner Harbor in Baltimore, and more!

Generously sponsored by Leni & Harvey Goldsmith

PURCHASE TICKETS
Sunday, September 5
11:00 AM
11:00 AM
Southampton History Museum
Bill Chaleff believes that there are stories written in every building. Built circa 1680, the Halsey Homestead is the oldest house in the village and has a very rich history. What may surprise many is the story it tells of how attuned our ancestors were to some of the fundamentals we think of today as "Green" architecture. Mr. Chaleff knows how to read the stories our homes have to tell and will share his insights into what the Halsey Homestead is telling us about building "Green."
06:30 PM - 07:30 PM
06:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Guild Hall
Back by popular demand! Join us LIVE in the theater, as some of America's best performers read short monologues from some of America's best playwrights musing on how we spent everyone's least favorite year, "2020." Featuring Sandra Bernhard, Blythe Danner, Edie Falco, Paul Hecht, Isaac Mizrahi, and Ben Shenkman reading pieces by Jon Robin Baitz, Lynn Grossman, R.G. Masons, Anya Richkind, Paul Rudnick, and Sarah Ruhl. Directed by Academy Award nominee and Bafta Award winner Bob Balaban.

Run time: Approx. 1 hour
Tickets $50/$40 for Guild Hall Members

Not a Member? Click HERE to join today!

The Program

Day of Days by Lynn Grossman, performed by Edie Falco

The Character Actor by Sarah Ruhl performed by Paul Hecht

All the Old Familiar Places by Jon Robin Baitz performed by Blythe Danner

Play Bills by Paul Rudnick performed by Isaac Mizrahi

Lenny T. by R. G. Masons performed by Ben Shenkman

Ms. Davy's 2nd Period Advanced Theater Now On Zoom by Anya Richkind performed by Sandra Bernhard

"MR. DAVY'S 2ND PERIOD ADVANCED THEATER NOW ON ZOOM" by Anya Richkind was originally produced by The 24 Hour Plays on April 21, 2020. THIS PROGRAM WILL TAKE PLACE INDOORS IN THE JOHN DREW THEATER. Guests attending any INDOOR John Drew Theater programs must show proof of FULL vaccination. At this time, only fully vaccinated guests are permitted to attend programs in the indoor theater. Face coverings are required for all guests over the age of two.

Click HERE for full COVID-19 information to review prior to your visit.
12:00 PM - 09:00 PM
12:00 PM - 09:00 PM
September 2-5

An exclusive, semi-private boutique fair specially curated for Hamptonites

FROM THE PRODUCERS OF ARTHAMPTONS
The heart-pounding excitement of an international art fair comes to the center of bustling Southampton Village. The Hamptons Fine Art Fair is a celebration of the East End's new booming art scene, where the tidal wave of recent gallery and auction house openings meets the home enrichment needs of thousands of eager new local residents. The 4-day high caliber fair also serves a much deserved tribute the region's rich history as a haven for the creation and patronage of art.

Opening Preview:
Thursday, September 2: 4-10pm
Gold Card: 4-7pm
VIP Card: 7-10pm

Friday, September 3: 12 noon-9pm
Saturday, September 4: 12 noon-9pm
Sunday, September 5: 12 noon-9pm
Starting 12:15 PM
Starting 12:15 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Respect
Flag Day
My Life as a Zucchini
Un Flic
Army of Shadows
05:30 PM
05:30 PM
Bay Street Theater
Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Music by Frederick Loewe Directed by Scott Schwartz Choreography by Marcos Santana Musical Direction by Matt Hinkley

"Britany Coleman is phenomenally outstanding ... Her voice and grasp of the role is mesmerizing." —TJ Clemente, Hamptons.com
"… simply delightful, a perfect summer evening under the stars." —Patrick Christiano, TheaterLife.com
"Pure joy." —Annette Hinkle, Sag Harbor Express
"Poetic power impossible to achieve indoors." —David Taylor, Dan's Papers

This new envisioning of Camelot and the story of King Arthur, Guenevere, and Lancelot is told with intimacy, immediacy, and incandescent passion. The beloved musical explores one of the greatest romances of all time and paints a luminous picture of a fleeting moment when justice, peace, and righteousness reigned supreme.

While that moment must come to an end, we are asked to believe it could come again. Love, loss, humor, and regret pour forth from the acclaimed score, which includes classic songs such as I Loved You Once in Silence, I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight, If Ever I Would Leave You and of course the title song, Camelot.

EVENT LOCATION: 2011 Montauk Highway [Rt. 27] in Bridgehampton. The outdoor field behind Carvel Ice Cream and opposite from Bridgehampton Commons. Parking is available.
08:00 PM - 11:00 PM
08:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Guild Hall
Join us for the finale of an incredible 90th season by dancing to the beat of your own playlist! Quiet Events Silent Disco DJ's will be spinning songs from the 70's to today that will play on wireless headsets with three channels. The dance party will take place in the festive John Drew Backyard Theater, so grab your family, friends, neighbors, and strangers and head to Guild Hall on Sunday, September 5 from 8-11pm for the most fun you will ever have!

Additionally, the façade of the building will be lit up with a special video installation, TimeSpace, by artist Christine Sciulli.

Skip the lines and reserve your headphones in advance – which also guarantees you will get them on arrival! Headsets can be rented on site, but advance reservations are recommended.

Wine, beer, cocktails and snacks will be available at our new eAT Coffee Bar, located in the front lobby.

Click HERE for full COVID-19 information to review prior to attending.
08:00 PM
08:00 PM
WHBPAC
With timeless lyrics, an iconic voice, and a catalog of legendary songs, this all-American musician returns to the WHBPAC for a solo performance! His time in quarantine well-spent, Hiatt delivers a show unmatched by any, liberating his audience from their everyday woes by weaving a spell of heartfelt lines and melodies.

Generously Sponsored by Kathy & Joe Musnicki

PURCHASE TICKETS
Monday, September 6
Starting 03:15 PM
Starting 03:15 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Respect
Army of Shadows
Flag Day
Un Flic
Tuesday, September 7
Starting 03:15 PM
Starting 03:15 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Respect
Army of Shadows
Flag Day
Un Flic
Wednesday, September 8
Starting 03:15 PM
Starting 03:15 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Respect
Army of Shadows
Flag Day
Un Flic
Thursday, September 9
11:00 AM
11:00 AM
Southampton History Museum
Sep 09, 11:00 AM
Zoom
Before Judy Garland, red slippers, the music of Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg, and technicolor, there was, 39 years earlier, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum (no relation), illustrated by W.W. Denslow, the first and only blockbuster book in the 14-volume Oz series. Eclipsed by the Hollywood movie the Library of Congress notes as "the most watched film ever," the book invites (re) reading because of its slightly darker content, reflection of its time, extraordinary staying power, and prompt to explore the differences between two great classics – the book and the movie, both marvelous. (Hold the red slippers, though, they're silver in the book.) Please join us for a free and free-wheeling ZOOM talk on the book, sponsored by The Southampton History Museum and The Amagansett Free Library
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Conversation 1/3 of Brown Bag Lunch talk series by Alicia Longwell on Roy Lichtenstein.

In a series of three informal lunchtime talks, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator Alicia Longwell will explore the world of Roy Lichtenstein.

Lichtenstein looks back in this painting that evokes early Renaissance style and folk-art flourishes, topped off by a bowler hat, announcing the arrival of a young artist who will take the long view to the past.

This indoor event requires all attendees to show proof of vaccination (vaccine card/Excelsior Pass) or a negative PCR test within 72 hours. To help us expedite the check-in process, we encourage all guests to send their proof in advance by emailing it to healthfirst@parrishart.org. Please put the event title in your subject line.
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
A Parrish Docent will lead a brief talk introducing the exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948 – 1960. Free with Museum admission. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

REGISTER
06:00 - 08:00 PM
06:00 - 08:00 PM
The Church
  • Thursday, September 9, 2021
  • 6:00 PM–8:00 PM
07:00 PM
07:00 PM
East Hampton Historical Society
Join the Society for its Virtual Book Club discussion on September 9, at 7:00pm as they explore "Long Road to Freedom: Surviving Slavery on Long Island," by Jonathan M. Olly, PhD, Curator, Long Island Museum of Art, History, and Carriages. Jonathan will be on hand for the discussion.

Inspired by the 2019 exhibition of the same name, "A Long Road to Freedom: Surviving Slavery on Long Island" chronicles 400 years of slavery on Long Island, including poignant examples of enslavement by families in Sag Harbor, East Hampton, Shelter Island, and Southampton. This manuscript expands upon the text from the exhibition and reproduces a selection of its images and artifacts.

What is the legacy of people of African descent on the East End? How are local communities preserving their historic architecture? How are museums interpreting these stories?

This book is available for download on the website of the Long Island Museum at https://longislandmuseum.org/.

Society members and the public are welcome at no charge. Registration is required.

REGISTER
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Guild Hall
$50 per person ($35 for Guild Hall Members / $30 Under 30)
Members click HERE for discounted tickets!

An Award-Winning Play by Michelle Kholos Brooks
Directed by Sarah Norris
Featuring Hallie Griffin, MaryKathryn Kopp, Kaitlin Paige Longoria, and Hannah Mae Sturges
Inspired by true events.
Just because you align yourself with a dictator doesn't mean you get a pass. It's Germany in 1943 and three times a day, every day, a group of young German women have the opportunity to die for their country. They are Adolf Hitler's food tasters. And what do girls discuss as they wait to see if they will live through another meal? Like all girls, throughout time, they gossip and dream, they question and dance. They want to love, laugh, and above all they want to survive.

History has revealed that Margot Woelk was a German secretary who, among 15 young women in 1942, were selected to taste German leader Adolf Hitler's food at the Wolf's Lair in East Prussia for two-and-a-half years in order to confirm that it was safe to eat. She was the only one of the 15 to survive World War II, and her background as Hitler's food taster was not revealed until a newspaper interview on her 95th birthday in December 2012. (Wikipedia)

"One of the best evenings I've spent in the theater in a long time. It was interesting, entertaining, upsetting, and it made you think."- Susan Stroman, Legendary Director and Choreographer

Hitler's Tasters made its World Premiere on April 6, 2018 at Centenary Stage, Hackettstown, NJ, with Sarah Norris as the Director and Catherine Rust as the Producing Director. The play made its New York City premiere on October 5, 2018 with New Light Theater Project. It is the recipient of 2017 Women Playwrights Series, Susan Glaspell Award, named 'Best of Fringe' by The Stage UK and was a sell-out show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Hitler's Tasters premiere at Centenary Stage Co. was done so with additional developmental support from Pacific Resident Theatre, The Boston Court Theatre, Geffen Playhouse and Wordsmyth Theatre. New Light Theater Project's production of Hitler's Tasters was originally presented at IRT Theater in the fall 2018, followed by limited runs at The North Shore Center for the Performing Arts (Skokie, IL), The E2E Festival at 59E59 Theaters (NYC) and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, all in the summer of 2019.

Concessions are available at our new eAT Coffee Bar.
Starting 03:15 PM
Starting 03:15 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Respect
Army of Shadows
Flag Day
Un Flic
The Card Counter
Friday, September 10
12:00 PM
12:00 PM
Eastville Community Historical Society
September 10, 11 & 12

HarborFest returns to Sag Harbor, Saturday and Sunday, September 11th and 12th with the village's rich maritime history on full display all weekend long. Long Wharf will be filled with live music, kids activities, great food, beer and wine and dozens of vendors representing Sag Harbor's rich cultural and artistic history. Visit Marine Park for the annual HarborFest Arts & Crafts Fair, with more than 50 vendors on hand to sell their handmade art, jewelry and other crafts. Don't miss the famous HarborFest Clam Chowder Contest on Sunday at noon, and of course whaleboat racing all afternoon on both Saturday and Sunday off Windmill Beach.

Noon – 2:30 pm Moby Dick Marathon – Canio's Books, 290 Main Street
2:30 – 5:00 pm
Moby Dick Marathon, presented by Canio's Books and featuring Harris Yulin and Hamptons Choral Society – Old Whalers Church, 44 Union Street
5:30 – 7:30 pm HarborFest Kick-Off Party at Breakwater Yacht Club, featuring The Nancy Atlas Project. Sponsored by The Express News Group (pre-registration and proof of vaccination required)
6:00 – 10 pm Moby Dick Marathon – The Church, 48 Madison Street
8:00 pm New Works Series Between/Time by Dane Figueroa Edidi – Bay Street Theater, 1 Bay Street
02:30 PM
02:30 PM
The Watermill Center
Walkthrough history with an intimate guided tour of The Watermill Center and its manicured grounds and gardens, carefully curated art collection, and expansive study library. Operating as a year-round artist residency, The Watermill Center's facility and campus offer a unique workspace for artists from across the globe, providing them with the time, space and freedom to create and inspire!

The tour includes a viewing of Paul Thek: Interior / Landscape. Occupying two galleries within The Watermill Center's main building, this exhibition features works and archival documents by the artist Paul Thek from the collections of Robert Wilson (Executor of the Estate of Paul Thek) and The Watermill Center, which has since 2006 maintained an adjacent permanent exhibition of the late artist's work.

CLICK HERE TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION

PLEASE NOTE: The event takes place both indoors and outdoors, as such we strongly encourage proper footwear and attire. Masks are mandatory while indoors and we ask that all guests adhere to strict social distancing guidelines. Vaccinated guests are not required to wear masks while outdoors. It is encouraged for guests to bring their own water bottles. Dogs are not allowed.

All tours begin promptly at 2:30 PM. Please arrive 15 minutes early. Advance registration is required. Space is limited.

For more information about The Watermill Center Tour or to make private group reservations, please email visit@watermillcenter.org or call (631) 726-4628.

Please note, tours of the building require the use of stairs. The Watermill Center is committed to providing accessible programs and services for all patrons and artists with disabilities. For further information about any accessibility issues or needs, please email us at info@watermillcenter.org.

06:00 PM
06:00 PM
Hamptons Doc Fest & Southampton Arts Center
Join us and the Southampton Arts Center for a free, fun event & preview screening of
ESPN's new film series celebrating the1986 METS Baseball Dream Team

Special Guests: sports writer MIKE LUPICA, film Director NICK DAVIS, star Mets pitcher DWIGHT GOODEN

VENUE: Southampton Arts Center, 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, NY
Director: Nick Davis
Producers: ESPN
Special Guests: America's great sports writer Mike Lupica in conversation with director Nick Davis and former Mets star pitcher, Dwight Gooden.

30 for 30: Once Upon a Time in Queens is about the Mets' 1986 World Series-winning season. Two of the four-part series will be shown using hours of never-before-seen footage of the team. Players featured include: Bobby Ojeda, Darryl Strawberry, Dwight Gooden, Keith Hernandez, Kevin Mitchell, manage Davey Johnson and others.

Bring your own picnic, chairs, blankets. Arrive at 6pm and reserve your spot in the beautiful outdoor gardens
of the Southampton Arts Center, 25 Jobs Lane. Gates open at 6pm; Panel talk at 7:00 p.m.and the film from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m

Enjoy free popcorn and crackerjacks.
Complimentary beverages
supplied by Brooklyn's Best, Ebbs beer and Fountain Hard Seltzer.
And take home a snappy FREE baseball cap compliments of ESPN's 30 for 30

This event is co-presented with the Southampton Arts Center.

RESERVE YOUR FREE TICKET
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Join artist Justin Beal, introduced by Parrish Director Kelly Taxter, about Sandfuture (MIT Press September 2021), his forthcoming book about the life of World Trade Center architect Minoru Yamasaki (1912–1986), who remains on the margins of history despite the enormous influence of his work on American architecture and society.

Presented on the eve of the 20th anniversary of 9/11,Sandfuture is also a book about an artist interrogating art and architecture's role in culture as New York changes drastically after a decade bracketed by terrorism and natural disaster. From the central thread of Yamasaki's life, Sandfuture spirals outward to include reflections on a wide range of subjects, from the figure of the architect in literature and film and transformations in the contemporary art market to the perils of sick buildings and the broader social and political implications of how, and for whom, cities are built.

ABOUT JUSTIN BEAL

Justin Beal is an artist with an extensive exhibition history in the United States and Europe. Beal graduated from Yale University with a degree in architecture and design and continued his studies at the Whitney Independent Study Program and the University of Southern California. His work has been reviewed in the New York Times, the New Yorker, Artforum, Frieze, Art in America, Interview and the Los Angeles Times and is included in the permanent collections of the Albright Knox Museum, the Hammer Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles. Beal currently teaches at Hunter College.

ABOUT MINORU YAMASAKI

The son of Japanese immigrants in Seattle, Minoru Yamasaki overcame endemic racism in both his country and his profession to rise to prominence with a humanistic approach to modern architecture—an unorthodox style exemplified by projects including the McGregor Memorial Conference Center, the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, and the Dhahran Airfield in Saudi Arabia. In 1963, Yamasaki appeared on the cover of Time magazine, but the critical rebuke of the World Trade Center and the spectacular demise of the Pruitt-Igoe apartments in St. Louis pushed him to the margins of the profession in the latter half of his career. Today, Yamasaki remains largely unknown despite his enormous influence on the history of American architecture and the astonishing coincidence that his two best-known projects were both destroyed on live television.

06:00 PM - 10:00 PM
06:00 PM - 10:00 PM
The Church
Harborfest returns the weekend of September 10-12. The Church will be one of the co-hosts for the annual Moby-Dick Marathon on September 10th from 6 –10PM. Sponsored by Canio's Books, this marathon was the first of its kind, and this year is more ambitious than ever, celebrating Melville's 200th birthday.

Held on the spacious ground floor of The Church, the evening's reading will include the "Sailors' Play", with a variety of players directed by Kate Mueth, followed roughly at 9pm with a unique reading performance by the great Laurie Anderson

The audience for the Moby Dick Marathon, as in previous years, can come and go from venue to venue and stay for as long as they wish.
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Guild Hall
$50 per person ($35 for Guild Hall Members / $30 Under 30)
Members click HERE for discounted tickets!

An Award-Winning Play by Michelle Kholos Brooks
Directed by Sarah Norris
Featuring Hallie Griffin, MaryKathryn Kopp, Kaitlin Paige Longoria, and Hannah Mae Sturges
Inspired by true events.
Just because you align yourself with a dictator doesn't mean you get a pass. It's Germany in 1943 and three times a day, every day, a group of young German women have the opportunity to die for their country. They are Adolf Hitler's food tasters. And what do girls discuss as they wait to see if they will live through another meal? Like all girls, throughout time, they gossip and dream, they question and dance. They want to love, laugh, and above all they want to survive.

History has revealed that Margot Woelk was a German secretary who, among 15 young women in 1942, were selected to taste German leader Adolf Hitler's food at the Wolf's Lair in East Prussia for two-and-a-half years in order to confirm that it was safe to eat. She was the only one of the 15 to survive World War II, and her background as Hitler's food taster was not revealed until a newspaper interview on her 95th birthday in December 2012. (Wikipedia)

"One of the best evenings I've spent in the theater in a long time. It was interesting, entertaining, upsetting, and it made you think."- Susan Stroman, Legendary Director and Choreographer

Hitler's Tasters made its World Premiere on April 6, 2018 at Centenary Stage, Hackettstown, NJ, with Sarah Norris as the Director and Catherine Rust as the Producing Director. The play made its New York City premiere on October 5, 2018 with New Light Theater Project. It is the recipient of 2017 Women Playwrights Series, Susan Glaspell Award, named 'Best of Fringe' by The Stage UK and was a sell-out show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Hitler's Tasters premiere at Centenary Stage Co. was done so with additional developmental support from Pacific Resident Theatre, The Boston Court Theatre, Geffen Playhouse and Wordsmyth Theatre. New Light Theater Project's production of Hitler's Tasters was originally presented at IRT Theater in the fall 2018, followed by limited runs at The North Shore Center for the Performing Arts (Skokie, IL), The E2E Festival at 59E59 Theaters (NYC) and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, all in the summer of 2019.

Concessions are available at our new eAT Coffee Bar.
TBD
TBD
Sag Harbor Cinema
RESPECT
THE CARD COUNTER
FLAG DAY
UN FLIC
ARMY OF SHADOWS
08:00 PM
08:00 PM
Bay Street Theater
September 10 through September 19

Title Wave: The New Works Series features readings of new plays in development, providing playwrights a chance to hear their works in progress in front of an audience, and learn from the audience's response. The series presents work from diverse and contemporary storytellers, introducing the audience at Bay Street and the East End community to up-and-coming works for the theater. Scripts from previous Title Wave readings have gone on to full productions both at Bay Street and at theater companies around the country. The 2018 reading of The Prompter was later produced during the 2019 Mainstage Season to much critical acclaim, and the reading of Amy Berryman's Walden from the same year just opening on the West End in London.

Bay Street Theater's 2021 New Works Series is curated by Hope Villanueva, Literary Manager at Bay Street Theater, Artistic Director Scott Schwartz, and Associate Artistic Director Will Pomerantz. Plays are read by professional actors in their entirety, accompanied by minimal staging. Each reading is followed by a talkback, during which the playwrights and the audience have the opportunity to ask questions and share their reactions to the play.

Between/Time by Dane Figueroa EdidiFriday, September 10, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 11, at 2 p.m.

Tent Revival by Majkin HolmquistSaturday, September 11, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 12, at 2 p.m.

Princess Clara Of Loisaida by Matthew BarbotFriday, September 17, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 18, at 2 p.m.

The Right Here, Right Now by Peter MacklinSaturday, September 18, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 19, at 2 p.m.
Saturday, September 11
08:30 AM
08:30 AM
Eastville Community Historical Society
September 10, 11 & 12

HarborFest returns to Sag Harbor, Saturday and Sunday, September 11th and 12th with the village's rich maritime history on full display all weekend long. Long Wharf will be filled with live music, kids activities, great food, beer and wine and dozens of vendors representing Sag Harbor's rich cultural and artistic history. Visit Marine Park for the annual HarborFest Arts & Crafts Fair, with more than 50 vendors on hand to sell their handmade art, jewelry and other crafts. Don't miss the famous HarborFest Clam Chowder Contest on Sunday at noon, and of course whaleboat racing all afternoon on both Saturday and Sunday off Windmill Beach.

Fun for Kids
Long Wharf will be teeming with fun kids' activities all weekend long, with bounce castles, games, competitions, amusements and so much more. New this year are The Barnyard Buddies, who bring their famous petting zoo for kids to enjoy at the end of Long Wharf. Just off the wharf on Windmill Beach will be tug-of-wars, hula hoop contests and the annual corn shucking contest. See schedule for complete details.

Whaleboat Races
HarborFest's signature event presented by The Sag Harbor Express off Windmill Beach, where annual bragging rights and the coveted Whalers Cups are on the line. The races had their origins in the Old Whalers Festival, which began in 1964 as an effort to drum up tourism during the shoulder season. Races begin at noon on Saturday and 11:30 a.m. on Sunday and run throughout the afternoon. Men's, Women's, Junior's and Firefighter divisions will compete.

Live Music with The Scofflaws
This year's festival will have more live music than ever, with musicians taking to Long Wharf throughout the day on both Saturday and Sunday. Old favorites like Jim Turner and the Sag Harbor Community Band, along with some new names like The Popsicles and The Steven Tekulsky Band. The festival wraps up on Saturday with a 5 p.m. performance by Gene Casey and The Lonesharks and a 7 p.m. show with the HooDoo Loungers.

Clam Chowder Contest Returns!
This year marks the return of the famous HarborFest Clam Chowder Contest, which begins at noon on Sunday. Sample chowders from local restaurants and take home a commemorative HarborFest mug! The event is sponsored by The Law Office of John J. Leonard, costs $18 to participate and will benefit the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce.

10:00 AM - 03:00 PM
10:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Garden Tours: Saturday, September 11, 10 am to 3 pm Self-guided tours with exclusive access to four gardens on Long Island's North Fork including the Landcraft Garden Foundation, Winds Way Farm, the Garden of Conni Cross, and the Garden of Ugo Rondinone.

Benefit Committee Cocktail Reception: Saturday, September 11, 5:30-7:30pm On Saturday evening, September 11, Landscape Pleasures ticket purchasers at the Sponsor level and above will be invited for cocktails at Fairwind, the exquisite Southampton Village garden of Audrey and Martin Gruss. Fairwind is an homage to the elegant estates of Southampton's past. Mature specimen trees, charming outbuildings, cutting garden, orchard, and successions of garden rooms all feel as if they have been there a good long time. The excellent collection of outdoor contemporary sculpture adds a lively touch of today.

Symposium: Sunday, September 12, 9am to 12:30pm Featuring talks by premier landscape professionals including award-winning horticulturist, landscape designer, photographer, and lecturer, Patrick Cullina, and renowned landscape designer, Deborah Nevins.

Learn more about the 2021 Gardens
01:00 PM - 04:00 PM
01:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Southampton History Museum
Please join us on Saturday, September 11, 2021, for a self-paced and gently guided stroll down South Main Street to Gin Lane. This tree-lined thoroughfare boasts a treasured collection of distinguished historic homes and gardens, and for centuries it has played a central role in connecting our Village's downtown to its farms and beaches. Refreshments will be served at the Thomas Halsey Homestead on South Main Street during the tour, and a champagne reception will follow on the grounds of the Rogers Mansion on Meeting House Lane.
01:30 PM
01:30 PM
Eastville Community Historical Society
Food Tastings at 1:30 p.m. at Heritage House (139 Hampton Street)
Art on View: Josh Hemmings
02:30 PM
02:30 PM
Eastville Community Historical Society
Walking Tour of Historic Eastville at 2:30 p.m Heritage House Open

Cost: $20
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
A Parrish Docent will lead a brief talk introducing the exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948 – 1960. Free with Museum admission. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

REGISTER
06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Join us and your colleagues for Wine & Cheese and Networking. Southampton Arts Center Kicks-Off the Business Circle with a gathering in the SAC Gallery. Find out how we can work together to keep businesses strong. The event takes place prior to the outdoor Hampton Jazz Fest performance on our grounds.
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Big Chief Donald Harrison and NOLA Legacy Ensemble

The concerts are intended to expose as many people as possible to the wonderful diverse world of jazz music with mostly free concerts, small and large, inside and outside and accessible to all. Many venues, restaurants, libraries, arts organizations, and galleries will participate in this music extravaganza. Cultural diversity and roots of jazz will be celebrated with performing artists from the US and around the World. Music styles will range from World, Latin and Jazz - all of which are not usually represented on the East End of Long Island.
02:00 PM
08:00 PM
02:00 PM
08:00 PM
Bay Street Theater
September 10 through September 19

Title Wave: The New Works Series features readings of new plays in development, providing playwrights a chance to hear their works in progress in front of an audience, and learn from the audience's response. The series presents work from diverse and contemporary storytellers, introducing the audience at Bay Street and the East End community to up-and-coming works for the theater. Scripts from previous Title Wave readings have gone on to full productions both at Bay Street and at theater companies around the country. The 2018 reading of The Prompter was later produced during the 2019 Mainstage Season to much critical acclaim, and the reading of Amy Berryman's Walden from the same year just opening on the West End in London.

Bay Street Theater's 2021 New Works Series is curated by Hope Villanueva, Literary Manager at Bay Street Theater, Artistic Director Scott Schwartz, and Associate Artistic Director Will Pomerantz. Plays are read by professional actors in their entirety, accompanied by minimal staging. Each reading is followed by a talkback, during which the playwrights and the audience have the opportunity to ask questions and share their reactions to the play.

Between/Time by Dane Figueroa Edidi
Friday, September 10, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 11, at 2 p.m.

Tent Revival by Majkin Holmquist
Saturday, September 11, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 12, at 2 p.m.

Princess Clara Of Loisaida by Matthew Barbot
Friday, September 17, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 18, at 2 p.m.

The Right Here, Right Now by Peter Macklin
Saturday, September 18, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 19, at 2 p.m.
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Hamptons Doc Fest & Parrish Art Museum
Hamptons Doc Fest created and supports this popular community outreach program which makes our award-winning festival films available to the East End and Shelter Island libraries as well as non-profit organizations such as the South Fork Natural History Society and the Parrish Museum. The screenings are often followed by Q&As with the filmmaker.

Film Arts+Forum program is back in Spring 2021 with outdoor screenings
FilmArts+Forum screenings
Friday Sept. 11, 2020 8pm -10pm OUTDOOR FILM, in partnership with The Parrish Art Museum
LEANING INTO THE WIND—ANDY GOLDSWORTHYLEANING INTO THE WIND follows artist Andy Goldsworthy on his exploration of the layers of his world and the impact of the years on himself and his art.
September 10—November 7, 2021
September 10—November 7, 2021
Parrish Art Museum
After September 11: Images from Ground Zero documents the devastation and reconstruction of the World Trade Center through images by Joel Meyerowitz—the sole photographer to be given unimpeded access to Ground Zero in the wake of 9/11. As such, the 40 deeply moving images in this extraordinary collection, drawn from Meyerowitz's archives, are the only existing photographic account of the attacks.

For the entire month of September, first responders and healthcare workers will be granted free admission to the Museum thanks to the generosity of Bank of America.
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Guild Hall
$50 per person ($35 for Guild Hall Members / $30 Under 30)
Members click HERE for discounted tickets!

An Award-Winning Play by Michelle Kholos Brooks
Directed by Sarah Norris
Featuring Hallie Griffin, MaryKathryn Kopp, Kaitlin Paige Longoria, and Hannah Mae Sturges
Inspired by true events.
Just because you align yourself with a dictator doesn't mean you get a pass. It's Germany in 1943 and three times a day, every day, a group of young German women have the opportunity to die for their country. They are Adolf Hitler's food tasters. And what do girls discuss as they wait to see if they will live through another meal? Like all girls, throughout time, they gossip and dream, they question and dance. They want to love, laugh, and above all they want to survive.

History has revealed that Margot Woelk was a German secretary who, among 15 young women in 1942, were selected to taste German leader Adolf Hitler's food at the Wolf's Lair in East Prussia for two-and-a-half years in order to confirm that it was safe to eat. She was the only one of the 15 to survive World War II, and her background as Hitler's food taster was not revealed until a newspaper interview on her 95th birthday in December 2012. (Wikipedia)

"One of the best evenings I've spent in the theater in a long time. It was interesting, entertaining, upsetting, and it made you think."- Susan Stroman, Legendary Director and Choreographer

Hitler's Tasters made its World Premiere on April 6, 2018 at Centenary Stage, Hackettstown, NJ, with Sarah Norris as the Director and Catherine Rust as the Producing Director. The play made its New York City premiere on October 5, 2018 with New Light Theater Project. It is the recipient of 2017 Women Playwrights Series, Susan Glaspell Award, named 'Best of Fringe' by The Stage UK and was a sell-out show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Hitler's Tasters premiere at Centenary Stage Co. was done so with additional developmental support from Pacific Resident Theatre, The Boston Court Theatre, Geffen Playhouse and Wordsmyth Theatre. New Light Theater Project's production of Hitler's Tasters was originally presented at IRT Theater in the fall 2018, followed by limited runs at The North Shore Center for the Performing Arts (Skokie, IL), The E2E Festival at 59E59 Theaters (NYC) and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, all in the summer of 2019.

Concessions are available at our new eAT Coffee Bar.
08:00 PM
08:00 PM
WHBPAC
A powerful baritone, Brian Stokes Mitchell has been one of the central leading men of Broadway theatre since the 1990s. He won the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical in 2000 for his performance in Kiss Me, Kate. Dubbed "the last leading man" by The New York Times, Brian Stokes Mitchell has enjoyed a career that spans Broadway, television, film, and concert appearances with the country's finest conductors and orchestras.

He also gave Tony-nominated performances in Man of La Mancha, August Wilson's King Hedley II, and Ragtime. Other notable Broadway shows include Kiss of the Spider Woman, Jelly's Last Jam, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, and Shuffle Along.
TBD
TBD
Sag Harbor Cinema
RESPECT
THE CARD COUNTER
FLAG DAY
UN FLIC
ARMY OF SHADOWS
Sunday, September 12
08:00 AM
08:00 AM
Eastville Community Historical Society
September 10, 11 & 12


HarborFest returns to Sag Harbor, Saturday and Sunday, September 11th and 12th with the village's rich maritime history on full display all weekend long. Long Wharf will be filled with live music, kids activities, great food, beer and wine and dozens of vendors representing Sag Harbor's rich cultural and artistic history. Visit Marine Park for the annual HarborFest Arts & Crafts Fair, with more than 50 vendors on hand to sell their handmade art, jewelry and other crafts. Don't miss the famous HarborFest Clam Chowder Contest on Sunday at noon, and of course whaleboat racing all afternoon on both Saturday and Sunday off Windmill Beach.
Fun for Kids
Long Wharf will be teeming with fun kids' activities all weekend long, with bounce castles, games, competitions, amusements and so much more. New this year are The Barnyard Buddies, who bring their famous petting zoo for kids to enjoy at the end of Long Wharf. Just off the wharf on Windmill Beach will be tug-of-wars, hula hoop contests and the annual corn shucking contest. See schedule for complete details.

Whaleboat Races
HarborFest's signature event presented by The Sag Harbor Express off Windmill Beach, where annual bragging rights and the coveted Whalers Cups are on the line. The races had their origins in the Old Whalers Festival, which began in 1964 as an effort to drum up tourism during the shoulder season. Races begin at noon on Saturday and 11:30 a.m. on Sunday and run throughout the afternoon. Men's, Women's, Junior's and Firefighter divisions will compete.

Live Music with The Scofflaws
This year's festival will have more live music than ever, with musicians taking to Long Wharf throughout the day on both Saturday and Sunday. Old favorites like Jim Turner and the Sag Harbor Community Band, along with some new names like The Popsicles and The Steven Tekulsky Band. The festival wraps up on Saturday with a 5 p.m. performance by Gene Casey and The Lonesharks and a 7 p.m. show with the HooDoo Loungers.

Clam Chowder Contest Returns!
This year marks the return of the famous HarborFest Clam Chowder Contest, which begins at noon on Sunday. Sample chowders from local restaurants and take home a commemorative HarborFest mug! The event is sponsored by The Law Office of John J. Leonard, costs $18 to participate and will benefit the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce.

09:00 AM - 12:30 PM
09:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Garden Tours: Saturday, September 11, 10 am to 3 pm Self-guided tours with exclusive access to four gardens on Long Island's North Fork including the Landcraft Garden Foundation, Winds Way Farm, the Garden of Conni Cross, and the Garden of Ugo Rondinone.

Benefit Committee Cocktail Reception: Saturday, September 11, 5:30-7:30pm On Saturday evening, September 11, Landscape Pleasures ticket purchasers at the Sponsor level and above will be invited for cocktails at Fairwind, the exquisite Southampton Village garden of Audrey and Martin Gruss. Fairwind is an homage to the elegant estates of Southampton's past. Mature specimen trees, charming outbuildings, cutting garden, orchard, and successions of garden rooms all feel as if they have been there a good long time. The excellent collection of outdoor contemporary sculpture adds a lively touch of today.

Symposium: Sunday, September 12, 9am to 12:30pm Featuring talks by premier landscape professionals including award-winning horticulturist, landscape designer, photographer, and lecturer, Patrick Cullina, and renowned landscape designer, Deborah Nevins.

Learn more about the 2021 Gardens
02:00 PM
02:00 PM
Bay Street Theater
September 10 through September 19

Title Wave: The New Works Series features readings of new plays in development, providing playwrights a chance to hear their works in progress in front of an audience, and learn from the audience's response. The series presents work from diverse and contemporary storytellers, introducing the audience at Bay Street and the East End community to up-and-coming works for the theater. Scripts from previous Title Wave readings have gone on to full productions both at Bay Street and at theater companies around the country. The 2018 reading of The Prompter was later produced during the 2019 Mainstage Season to much critical acclaim, and the reading of Amy Berryman's Walden from the same year just opening on the West End in London.

Bay Street Theater's 2021 New Works Series is curated by Hope Villanueva, Literary Manager at Bay Street Theater, Artistic Director Scott Schwartz, and Associate Artistic Director Will Pomerantz. Plays are read by professional actors in their entirety, accompanied by minimal staging. Each reading is followed by a talkback, during which the playwrights and the audience have the opportunity to ask questions and share their reactions to the play.

Between/Time by Dane Figueroa Edidi
Friday, September 10, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 11, at 2 p.m.

Tent Revival by Majkin Holmquist
Saturday, September 11, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 12, at 2 p.m.

Princess Clara Of Loisaida by Matthew Barbot
Friday, September 17, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 18, at 2 p.m.

The Right Here, Right Now by Peter Macklin
Saturday, September 18, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 19, at 2 p.m.
01:00 PM - 02:30 PM
01:00 PM - 02:30 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Theme: TBD

Join artist Eric Dever for this Creative Studio for Adults and Teens.

Workshops will be held in the Lichtenstein Theater to allow for ample social distancing. Everyone will have their own workspace and materials. Materials will be provided.

$35 Non-members | $25 Members

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02:00 PM
02:00 PM
WHBPAC
Please join us for the kickoff screening of The Soul of A Farmer, a benefit for Early Girl Farm. The documentary follows the farm's owner, Patty Gentry, a former chef, as she battles the elements on her three acres in Bellport, Long Island.

As actor Isabella Rossellini, Patty's landlord, tells us in the film: "Patty is the Picasso of vegetables!"

The film upends the romance of farm-to-table. Sure, buying fresh produce at farmers markets and farmstands is wonderful. But the farmer's life is a constant struggle. We watch Patty work her butt off (with her small, mostly female team) seven days a week, growing the vegetables her top chef clients treasure. Such clients as Missy Robbins of Lilia, and Misi; Andrew Tarlow of Marlow & Sons, and Roman's; and Sohui Kim of The Good Fork and Gage & Tollner—all in Brooklyn, and Stone Creek Inn in East Quogue.
Patty's passion is to constantly improve her soil, her yield of organic vegetables, and just as urgently she's always thinking of how to stay afloat.

The film is directed by Roger Sherman, whose films have won two Academy Award nominations, an Emmy, a Peabody, and a James Beard Award; he is a founder of Florentine Films.

The film runs 35 minutes and will be followed by a Talk Back with Patty and Roger.
04:00 PM - 07:00 PM
04:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
The sculptural language of Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas originates from the basic form of the human head. Whether simplified through the use of contours and profiles, or by the reduction of details in the case of the monumental works, her abstract faces symbolize a universal human condition throughout time. Strong-Cuevas, a film by Lana Jokel, is a visual journey of the artistic process of Elizabeth's sculpture. Join us after the screening for a panel featuring Lana Jokel, Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas, and director and chief curator of Guild Hall Christina Strassfield. Reception to follow.

About Lana Jokel
Filmmaker Lana Jokel was born in Shanghai and grew up in Brazil, educated in France and the United States. Her documentary film career began with American Pioneers Leacock and Pennebaker. Among her many documentary subjects were Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Larry Rivers, Hamptons artists and Chinese Contemporary Art.

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Sag Harbor Cinema
RESPECT
THE CARD COUNTER
FLAG DAY
UN FLIC
ARMY OF SHADOWS
Monday, September 13
11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Parrish Art
with Linda Capello

Recurring Event (See all)
September Series (Sept. 13, 20, 27 & Oct. 4) 11AM – 1 PM

Develop your drawing skills with teaching artist Linda Capello. Participants will practice drawing male and female models through gesture sketches and longer duration observation. All skill levels are welcome. Participants are asked to provide their own dry media supplies.

Nonmembers $120 | Members $100

Please note that this class takes place at 11AM

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Advance ticket purchase with pre-registration is required. Enrollment is limited. All tickets are sold online only. You must wear a face covering to enter the Museum.
05:00 PM
05:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Southampton Arts Center welcomes the Surfrider Foundation Eastern Long Island Chapter for their 19th annual Surf Movie Night! Join us for a surf swap followed by surf-inspired short films on the West Lawn.

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Sag Harbor Cinema
RESPECT
THE CARD COUNTER
FLAG DAY
UN FLIC
ARMY OF SHADOWS
Tuesday, September 14
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Sag Harbor Cinema
RESPECT
THE CARD COUNTER
FLAG DAY
UN FLIC
ARMY OF SHADOWS
Wednesday, September 15
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Sag Harbor Cinema
RESPECT
THE CARD COUNTER
FLAG DAY
UN FLIC
ARMY OF SHADOWS
Thursday, September 16
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Conversation 2/3 of Brown Bag Lunch talk series by Alicia Longwell on Roy Lichtenstein.

In a series of three informal lunchtime talks, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator Alicia Longwell will explore the world of Roy Lichtenstein.

Storied heroes like cowboys, gunslingers, and even General George Washington crossing the Delaware River are fair game in Lichtenstein's scrutiny of legendary characters and the histrionics of the American narrative past.
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Parrish Art
A Parrish Docent will lead a brief talk introducing the exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948 – 1960. Free with Museum admission. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

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Sag Harbor Cinema
RESPECT
THE CARD COUNTER
FLAG DAY
UN FLIC
ARMY OF SHADOWS
Friday, September 17
SEPTEMBER 17 - JANUARY 2
SEPTEMBER 17 - JANUARY 2
FALL EXHIBITION: CLEARING THE AIR OPENING - THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWER OF THE ARTS
Southampton Arts Center
CURATED BY JAY DAVIS

Following an unprecedented year of COVID-19, political divide, racial and social strife, and injustice, Clearing The Air examines the healing power of the arts. This multimedia group show will be curated by Jay Davis, in-house curator for all of Memorial Sloan Kettering's galleries. This thoughtful exhibition will feature regional and national artists who turned to the arts to overcome health and personal challenges, and those who regularly work in the healing art space.
02:30 PM - 03:30 PM
02:30 PM - 03:30 PM
The Watermill Center
Walkthrough history with an intimate guided tour of The Watermill Center and its manicured grounds and gardens, carefully curated art collection, and expansive study library. Operating as a year-round artist residency, The Watermill Center's facility and campus offer a unique workspace for artists from across the globe, providing them with the time, space and freedom to create and inspire!

The tour includes a viewing of Paul Thek: Interior / Landscape. Occupying two galleries within The Watermill Center's main building, this exhibition features works and archival documents by the artist Paul Thek from the collections of Robert Wilson (Executor of the Estate of Paul Thek) and The Watermill Center, which has since 2006 maintained an adjacent permanent exhibition of the late artist's work.

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06:30 PM - 10:00 PM
06:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
$15 | Admission for film, tour & reception

$5 | Members and Students with ID

Registrarse para el recorrido, la recepción y la película cuesta $ 15 | $5 para miembros y estudiantes con identificación

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Join us for the 18th annual OLA Latino Film Festival organized in collaboration with OLA, Organización Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island, featuring an outdoor screening of the award-winning film La Llorona by Jayro Bustamente, followed by a recorded Q&A with the filmmaker.

Únase a nosotros para el 18º Festival Anual de Cine Latino OLA organizado en colaboración con OLA, Organización Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island, con una proyección al aire libre de la premiada película La Llorona de Jayro Bustamente, seguida de una sesión de preguntas y respuestas grabada con el cineasta.
08:00 PM
08:00 PM
Bay Street Theater
September 10 through September 19

Title Wave: The New Works Series features readings of new plays in development, providing playwrights a chance to hear their works in progress in front of an audience, and learn from the audience's response. The series presents work from diverse and contemporary storytellers, introducing the audience at Bay Street and the East End community to up-and-coming works for the theater. Scripts from previous Title Wave readings have gone on to full productions both at Bay Street and at theater companies around the country. The 2018 reading of The Prompter was later produced during the 2019 Mainstage Season to much critical acclaim, and the reading of Amy Berryman's Walden from the same year just opening on the West End in London.

Bay Street Theater's 2021 New Works Series is curated by Hope Villanueva, Literary Manager at Bay Street Theater, Artistic Director Scott Schwartz, and Associate Artistic Director Will Pomerantz. Plays are read by professional actors in their entirety, accompanied by minimal staging. Each reading is followed by a talkback, during which the playwrights and the audience have the opportunity to ask questions and share their reactions to the play.

Between/Time by Dane Figueroa Edidi
Friday, September 10, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 11, at 2 p.m.

Tent Revival by Majkin Holmquist
Saturday, September 11, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 12, at 2 p.m.

Princess Clara Of Loisaida by Matthew Barbot
Friday, September 17, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 18, at 2 p.m.

The Right Here, Right Now by Peter Macklin
Saturday, September 18, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 19, at 2 p.m.
Sept 17 - Oct 10
Sept 17 - Oct 10
Sherlock's Secret Life
Southampton Cultural Center
The game's afoot... The play begins with an aging Doctor Watson who's finally decided to tell the shocking story of his friend and colleague's very first case. This is a tale of Sherlock Holmes you've never heard before, filled with intrigue, mystery, love... not to mention lots of belly laughs as Holmes and Watson take on their first case together trying to solve the mystery of a beautiful young woman who's lost her memory. All the while facing the man who will become Sherlock's arch-enemy: Professor Moriarty. We also meet two familiar characters in Sherlock's world: Inspector Lestrade and Mrs. Hudson. The past literally comes alive! And we guarantee that even the most rabid Sherlock Holmes fans will be on the edge of their seats.
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Sag Harbor Cinema
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Saturday, September 18
08:15 AM – 10:30 AM
08:15 AM – 10:30 AM
Southampton History Museum
RSVPs CLOSE AT 2PM ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18TH

Conscience Point is known to be the original meeting place of the Shinnecock and English settlers of Southampton in June of 1640. Now you can join us for a paddling tour led by Chenae Bullock of Moskehtu Consulting who will take us on a journey through history to cover oral Indigenous history, Indigenous plant identification, indigenous lifeways, and Indigenous songs. Participants can bring their own canoe or kayak, or at check out you can opt to rent a vessel provided by East End Explorer. If bringing your own vessel, please also bring your own paddles and life vests and everyone please bring sunscreen, hats, etc. Paddlers are asked to arrive by 8:15am so that vessels can be offloaded and everyone can be ready to hit the water at 9am.

No motorized vessels are permitted on this tour. If you are bringing your own watercraft, please keep this in mind. Preferred vessels, are kayaks, canoes, or paddleboards.
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Parrish Art Museum
Members at the Patron level and above are invited to an exclusive look behind the Museum's closed doors, exploring the art vault and other restricted areas. Alicia Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Art and Education will lead the tour, followed by individually packaged light refreshments in The Fairholme Foundation Board Room.

Space is limited for this Giving Circle Members-only event; reservations required.

This indoor event requires all attendees to show proof of their vaccination status or recent negative COVID test (within 72 hours). Medical grade face masks must be worn all times. Masks will be provided to anyone who needs one.

Not a Member at the Patron level or above? Join today!

For more information, to join or upgrade your membership, please contact e-mail membership@parrishart.org or call 631-283-2118.

02:00 PM
08:00 PM
02:00 PM
08:00 PM
Bay Street Theater
September 10 through September 19

Title Wave: The New Works Series features readings of new plays in development, providing playwrights a chance to hear their works in progress in front of an audience, and learn from the audience's response. The series presents work from diverse and contemporary storytellers, introducing the audience at Bay Street and the East End community to up-and-coming works for the theater. Scripts from previous Title Wave readings have gone on to full productions both at Bay Street and at theater companies around the country. The 2018 reading of The Prompter was later produced during the 2019 Mainstage Season to much critical acclaim, and the reading of Amy Berryman's Walden from the same year just opening on the West End in London.

Bay Street Theater's 2021 New Works Series is curated by Hope Villanueva, Literary Manager at Bay Street Theater, Artistic Director Scott Schwartz, and Associate Artistic Director Will Pomerantz. Plays are read by professional actors in their entirety, accompanied by minimal staging. Each reading is followed by a talkback, during which the playwrights and the audience have the opportunity to ask questions and share their reactions to the play.

Between/Time by Dane Figueroa Edidi
Friday, September 10, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 11, at 2 p.m.

Tent Revival by Majkin Holmquist
Saturday, September 11, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 12, at 2 p.m.

Princess Clara Of Loisaida by Matthew Barbot
Friday, September 17, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 18, at 2 p.m.

The Right Here, Right Now by Peter Macklin
Saturday, September 18, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 19, at 2 p.m.
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
A Parrish Docent will lead a brief talk introducing the exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948 – 1960. Free with Museum admission. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

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06:00 PM
06:00 PM
The Church
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LAURIE ANDERSON CONDUCTS
ROAD RAVE - a car horn concert
Ft FIRST CAR by Tom Healy

ADVANCED RESERVATIONS NOW AVAILABLE!
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Sag Harbor Cinema
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Sunday, September 19
10:00 AM – 04:00 PM
10:00 AM – 04:00 PM
Southampton History Museum
Hampton Flea/ Hampton Vintage is the first ever market of it's kind on the East End of Long Island. This curated show will include vendors showing the best in one-of-a-kind and high-quality vintage clothing, collectibles, and handmade goods. Join us for the thrill of the vintage hunt while supporting a more sustainable way to shop and live.

For more info click here!
01:00 PM - 02:30 PM
01:00 PM - 02:30 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Theme: TBD
Join artist Madolin Archer for this Creative Studio for Families.

Workshops will be held in the Lichtenstein Theater to allow for ample social distancing. Each household will have their own workspace and materials. Materials will be provided.

$5 Children and Members
$10 Adult Non-Members

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02:00 PM
02:00 PM
Bay Street Theater
September 10 through September 19

Title Wave: The New Works Series features readings of new plays in development, providing playwrights a chance to hear their works in progress in front of an audience, and learn from the audience's response. The series presents work from diverse and contemporary storytellers, introducing the audience at Bay Street and the East End community to up-and-coming works for the theater. Scripts from previous Title Wave readings have gone on to full productions both at Bay Street and at theater companies around the country. The 2018 reading of The Prompter was later produced during the 2019 Mainstage Season to much critical acclaim, and the reading of Amy Berryman's Walden from the same year just opening on the West End in London.

Bay Street Theater's 2021 New Works Series is curated by Hope Villanueva, Literary Manager at Bay Street Theater, Artistic Director Scott Schwartz, and Associate Artistic Director Will Pomerantz. Plays are read by professional actors in their entirety, accompanied by minimal staging. Each reading is followed by a talkback, during which the playwrights and the audience have the opportunity to ask questions and share their reactions to the play.

Between/Time by Dane Figueroa Edidi
Friday, September 10, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 11, at 2 p.m.

Tent Revival by Majkin Holmquist
Saturday, September 11, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 12, at 2 p.m.

Princess Clara Of Loisaida by Matthew Barbot
Friday, September 17, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 18, at 2 p.m.

The Right Here, Right Now by Peter Macklin
Saturday, September 18, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 19, at 2 p.m.
04:30 PM - 07:30 PM
04:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Life Goes On
Southampton Cultural Center
Exhibition event with refreshments and lite snacks.

Exhibition on view 9/17-11/3
Hours: Friday - Sunday, 12:00 PM - 06:00 PM
08:00 PM
08:00 PM
WHBPAC
Los Lobos has sold millions of records, won prestigious awards and made fans around the world. But perhaps its most lasting impact will be how well its music embodies the idea of America as a cultural melting pot. In it, styles like son jarocho, norteño, Tejano, folk and country, doo-wop, soul, and R&B blend with rock 'n' roll and punk to create a new sound that's greater than the sum of its parts. Los Lobos has enjoyed critical success, winning the Grammy® for Best Mexican-American Performance for Anselma from its 1983 EP …And a Time to Dance. A year later, the group released its full-length, major-label debut, How Will the Wolf Survive? Co-produced by T. Bone Burnett, the album was a college rock sensation that helped Los Lobos tie with Bruce Springsteen as Rolling Stone's Artist of the Year 1984.
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Sag Harbor Cinema
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Monday, September 20
11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Parrish Art
with Linda Capello

Recurring Event (See all)
September Series (Sept. 13, 20, 27 & Oct. 4) 11AM – 1 PM

Develop your drawing skills with teaching artist Linda Capello. Participants will practice drawing male and female models through gesture sketches and longer duration observation. All skill levels are welcome. Participants are asked to provide their own dry media supplies.

Nonmembers $120 | Members $100

Please note that this class takes place at 11AM

REGISTER

Advance ticket purchase with pre-registration is required. Enrollment is limited. All tickets are sold online only. You must wear a face covering to enter the Museum.
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Guild Hall
$1,100 per player
Golf at the historic, ocean-front Maidstone Club in East Hampton. Practice on the gorgeously maintained grounds while you work up an appetite for the delicious lunch served on the Clubhouse veranda overlooking one of the most beautiful ocean beaches in America. The shotgun tournament begins at 1:30pm followed by cocktails, dinner, and an awards ceremony honoring the top tier golfers at the outing.

Click here to learn about Hole Sponsorships.

For more information on tickets and Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities, contact Kristin Eberstadt at (631) 324-0806 ext. 13 or by email at keberstadt@guildhall.org.
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Sag Harbor Cinema
THE CARD COUNTER
THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE
IN BALANCHINE'S CLASSROOM
Tuesday, September 21
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center
Celebrate the artistic achievements of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, Mexican muralists Jose Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros (pictured with Jackson Pollock, 1936) and others. Discover how these Hispanic artists inspired Pollock in the creation of his groundbreaking abstract expressionist art. Then tour the barn studio where Pollock made his famous poured paintings and Lee Krasner created her abstract art.
06:00 PM
06:00 PM
Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center
Co-sponsored by Stony Brook Southampton Library
The talk is free, but registration is required
Made possible by support from the John H. Marburger III Fund of Stony Brook University. Look for more Art in Focus talks in October.
Lewis C. Kachur
Professor of Art History, Kean University
Lewis will trace the initial New York reception of Parisian Surrealism from the early 1930s, with the recognition of Salvador Dalí's painting and public persona as a key aspect. Pollock's awareness of Dalí will be considered. Institutional backing for the movement, both in commercial galleries such as Julien Levy and Pierre Matisse and museums like the Wadsworth Atheneum and MoMA, played an important role in its reception. This interest acted as a beacon for the Surrealists who immigrated to New York during World War II.
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Sag Harbor Cinema
THE CARD COUNTER
THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE
IN BALANCHINE'S CLASSROOM
Wednesday, September 22
04:00 PM - 05:15 PM
04:00 PM - 05:15 PM
Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center
With special guest Netanel Portier, Director of Mural Arts Institute
This program highlights Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner's mural projects and the influences on their concepts for mural art. Following a tour of Pollock and Krasner's barn studio, Netanel Portier, Director of the Mural Arts Institute, will share Philadelphia's citywide public art projects and the transformative power of community murals.
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Sag Harbor Cinema
THE CARD COUNTER
THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE
IN BALANCHINE'S CLASSROOM
Thursday, September 23
11:00 AM
11:00 AM
Southampton History Museum
Join us for a presentation by Jacqueline Scerbinski, Associate Professor of the Business of Fashion, Kingsborough Community College of CUNY, and discover the major African American Fashion Designers. Hear about Patrick Kelly and this talented group of people and their contribution to fashion. Patrick Kelly was the first American to be invited into the Chambre Syndicale duPret a Porter in Paris. Don't miss this most interesting topic, co-sponsored by the Southampton African American Museum & the Southampton History Museum.
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Conversation 3/3 of Brown Bag Lunch talk series by Alicia Longwell on Roy Lichtenstein

In a series of three informal lunchtime talks, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator Alicia Longwell will explore the world of Roy Lichtenstein.

Our story ends at the close of the 1950s, just on the cusp of full-blown Pop Art, when Lichtenstein is exhibiting in New York and immersing himself in the heady artworld of Alan Kaprow's "Happenings," Claes Oldenburg's soft sculpture, and Jim Dine's oversized hearts.

Keeping in accordance with the CDC, state, local guidelines, and rapidly evolving health risks in our community related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Parrish is requiring all museum visitors and event attendees to wear medical-grade face masks indoors and out. This indoor event requires all attendees to show proof of vaccination (vaccine card/Excelsior Pass) or a negative PCR test within 72 hours. To help us expedite the check-in process, we encourage all guests to send their proof in advance by emailing it to healthfirst@parrishart.org. Please put the event title in your subject line.
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Parrish Art
A Parrish Docent will lead a brief talk introducing the exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948 – 1960. Free with Museum admission. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

REGISTER
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Sag Harbor Cinema
THE CARD COUNTER
THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE
IN BALANCHINE'S CLASSROOM
Friday, September 24
10:30 AM - 01:00 PM
10:30 AM - 01:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Taught by Barbara Thomas
A four class series that explores color, form, line, dynamics, and emotion in painting
Fridays September 24, October 1, 8, 15 | 10:30 AM–1 PM
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Member | $185
Non-Member | $265
In this exciting workshop, students will explore the energy and freedom of abstraction. How do colors and forms express feelings? Is the energy subdued, aggressive, or excited? What does abstraction really mean? We'll think about all of this, as well as materials and how to use them, and the art theories that apply.
Open to beginners to experienced. The Museum will supply materials.
05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
The Watermill Center
Explore the work of Duke Riley, Martha Hincapié Charry, and Matthew Craven as their open up their studios for the public!

In Process @ The Watermill Center is our ongoing series of open rehearsals, workshops, artist talks, and studio visits that invite the community to engage with the work of our international Artists-in-Residence. The Watermill Center invites audiences of all ages and backgrounds to gain unique insight into the creative process of artists, cultivating an understanding of how artists from across the globe develop new work.

All attendees must be fully vaccinated, and present proof of vaccination during check-in. For a full list of COVID Safety Regulations, please click here.


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8:00 PM
8:00 PM
WHBPAC
The Spin Doctors are the last men standing, still making music like their lives depend on it. Thirty years. It's an eternity in rock 'n' roll, and a marathon for the bands who fly its tattered flag. Revisit the class of 1988, and the casualties are piled high: a thousand bands that blew up and burnt out. In this chew-and-spit industry, the Spin Doctors are still riding the bus and still shaking the room. They've never been a band for backslaps and self-congratulation. Even now, they aren't ready to give up the road, adding to their tally of almost two thousand shows.
08:45 PM – 11:00 PM
08:45 PM – 11:00 PM
Southampton History Museum
Ever wanted to be a ghost hunter? Join the crew of the Long Island Paranormal Investigators as we spend the night exploring the 1683 Halsey House and find out what it really takes to be a Paranormal Investigator. You will get a chance to participate in experiments to test various paranormal theories, learn about the paranormal, hear great spooky stories and maybe even leave with one of your own.

Tours will begin with an introduction to who the Long Island Paranormal Investigators are and a crash course in the theories and devices to interact with and document paranormal beings. Following this 15 minute introduction guests will then begin a 45 minute investigation of the Rogers Mansion to put some of their newly learned theories to the test.
08:45 PM – 11:00 PM
08:45 PM – 11:00 PM
Southampton History Museum
Ever wanted to be a ghost hunter? Join the crew of the Long Island Paranormal Investigators as we spend the night exploring the 1683 Halsey House and find out what it really takes to be a Paranormal Investigator. You will get a chance to participate in experiments to test various paranormal theories, learn about the paranormal, hear great spooky stories and maybe even leave with one of your own.

Tours will begin with an introduction to who the Long Island Paranormal Investigators are and a crash course in the theories and devices to interact with and document paranormal beings. Following this 15 minute introduction guests will then begin a 45 minute investigation of the Rogers Mansion to put some of their newly learned theories to the test.
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Sag Harbor Cinema
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THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE
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LOLITA
Saturday, September 25
09:00 AM
09:00 AM
LongHouse Reserve
Experience meditation for self-healing and exploration at LongHouse with Adriana Barone. By using the modalities of meditation, sound healing and restorative yoga, you will begin to practice compassionate self-awareness. Movement and sound, sound and silence, combined with group energy all contribute to expanding our habitual perspectives.

This summer take your body, mind and spirit out of the box and feel a sense of limitlessness.
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Southampton Arts Center
Join us for a soothing, deeply relaxing and immersive Sound Meditation led by Bowl Master and Meditation DJ Daniel Lauter.
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
A Parrish Docent will lead a brief talk introducing the exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948 – 1960. Free with Museum admission. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

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03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Guild Hall
Join Museum Director/Chief Curator Christina Mossaides Strassfield for an intimate tour of Robert Longo's A History of the Present.

This long-awaited exhibition is a celebration of and a critical investigation into the span of American history bookended by Abstract Expressionism and the current moment in which we live. In two adjacent galleries Longo juxtaposes America's past with its present through 17 monumental, highly labor-intensive charcoal drawings that act as mirrors into history.
12:00 PM - 02:00 PM
12:00 PM - 02:00 PM
The Watermill Center
Artists' Table is The Watermill Center's year-round series inviting the public to an intimate presentation by our international Artists-in-Residence, followed by a farm-to-table meal on The Center's scenic campus.

Join us on Saturday, September 25 for Artists' Table Brunch with 2021 Inga Maren Otto Fellow, Duke Riley. Riley's work marries populist myths and historical obscurities with contemporary social and environmental dilemmas, connecting past and present, drawing attention to unsolved issues. The artist's presentation will be followed by a farm-to-table meal sourced from East End farmers and producers.

Please note that all Artists' Table attendees will be required to present proof of vaccination prior to entry. For a full list of COVID Safety Guidelines, please see below.


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Sag Harbor Cinema
THE CARD COUNTER
THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE
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JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH
Sunday, September 26
10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
DIA
Hudson Valley residents receive free admission to Dia Beacon on the last Sunday of each month. The Hudson Valley encompasses the following counties: Albany, Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Rensselaer, Rockland, Saratoga, Schenectady, Sullivan, Ulster, Washington, and Westchester.

Please contact 845 231 0811 or tickets@diaart.org to reserve tickets.

Hudson Valley Free Days at Dia Beacon are made possible by Charlie Pohlad.
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On view
Sag Harbor Cinema
THE CARD COUNTER
THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE
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JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH
Monday, September 27
11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Parrish Art
with Linda Capello

Recurring Event (See all)
September Series (Sept. 13, 20, 27 & Oct. 4) 11AM – 1 PM

Develop your drawing skills with teaching artist Linda Capello. Participants will practice drawing male and female models through gesture sketches and longer duration observation. All skill levels are welcome. Participants are asked to provide their own dry media supplies.

Nonmembers $120 | Members $100

Please note that this class takes place at 11AM

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Advance ticket purchase with pre-registration is required. Enrollment is limited. All tickets are sold online only. You must wear a face covering to enter the Museum.
03:30 PM - 05:30 PM
03:30 PM - 05:30 PM
Bay Street Theater
On Mondays, Sep 27, 2021 - Nov 15, 2021
8 classes

In this workshop-style musical theater class, students will work with teaching artist Bethany Dellapolla to learn a selection of scenes and musical numbers from the hit Broadway musical! Students will work on acting, singing, and dancing skills which will culminate in a special presentation for family and friends at the conclusion of the camp.
04:00 PM - 05:30 PM
04:00 PM - 05:30 PM
Bay Street Theater
On Mondays, Sep 27, 2021 - Nov 15, 2021
8 classes

We all have a story to tell!
Join actor/playwright Wade Dooley, the creator of Bay Street's The Prompter, for a weekly writing salon. Share your work weekly and get feedback from Wade and your fellow students. This very popular offering is back once again and will be engaging and inspiring for both returning as well as new writers!

Notes: This in an online activity delivered via zoom.us. Participants will receive the class link on the afternoon of each session.



07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Bay Street Theater
On Mondays, Sep 27, 2021 - Nov 15, 2021
8 classes

If you're struggling to feel present, especially as we transition between online and in-person workspaces, look no further. This class will help to locate your unique connectedness, bringing together an honest approach to media training, speaking, and presentation.
As a Registered Rodenburg Teacher (RRT), Arielle uses body, breath, and speech techniques to identify and empower your authentic voice. Using the foundation of Rodenburg exercises, you will discover and release the tension that holds your vocal power back. You will learn to speak with more clarity, articulation, and confidence, and develop your presence in the most important dialogues of your career.

Notes: Class will take place at Bay Street Theater.
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Sag Harbor Cinema
THE CARD COUNTER
THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE
BREATHLESS
Tuesday, September 28
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Bay Street Theater
On Tuesdays, Sep 28, 2021 - Nov 2, 2021
6 classes

The Basics of Singing II Workshop is designed for experienced as well as new singers. Those people who have always wanted to get better at their singing but don't even know where to begin as well as those that may have taken The Basics of Singing class earlier this year or may have a degree of experience. Concentrating on breathing, diction, posture alignment, song choices, working with an accompanist (and much more!) participants will learn how to start the singing process from soup to nuts and after this workshop will feel more confident in their abilities and more eager to jump into some new singing adventures!
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On view
Sag Harbor Cinema
THE CARD COUNTER
THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE
BREATHLESS
Wednesday, September 29
03:30 PM - 05:30 PM
03:30 PM - 05:30 PM
Bay Street Theater
On Wednesdays, Sep 29, 2021 - Nov 17, 2021
8 classes

In this performance class, participants will rehearse and perform an abbreviated version of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream!
In addition to learning about Shakespeare's text and the Elizabethan era in which he wrote, students will be exposed to a variety of fun activities to further their understanding of the Bard and his world, including stage combat, singing and dance and the ever-popular Shakespearean insult game!
04:00 PM - 05:15 PM
04:00 PM - 05:15 PM
Pollock-Krasner House
With special guest artist Matt Raynor
Lee Krasner and other famous artists such as Henri Matisse, Frida Kahlo, and Chuck Close faced physical challenges that sparked innovative adaptive processes. Following a tour of Pollock and Krasner's barn studio, guest artist Matt Raynor, a Hampton Bays resident, will share his evocative photographs that capture the natural beauty of the East End. Matt will discuss his creative use of drone photography following a spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed from the collar down.
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Bay Street Theater
On Wednesdays, Sep 29, 2021 - Nov 17, 2021
8 classes

You don't need to be funny to take this class. Just be open to fun and let us teach you the rest! Join improv master Scott Baker and learn both short form and character development improvisation techniques. Participants will have fun gaining confidence in all situations life will throw at you as well as on the stage. Students will have the opportunity to impress their friends and family with how much they have learned by inviting them to watch on the last day of class! Scott's motto is " A day without laughter is a wasted day" So lets not waste another day!
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On view
Sag Harbor Cinema
THE CARD COUNTER
THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE
BREATHLESS
Thursday, September 30
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Guild Hall
Apex Ape is an experimental film, and original creature that explores the changing American image through the lens of local legend. Inspired by interviews with East End residents and video archives from LTV, Apex Ape examines societal decay through impressionistic cinematography, treating our familiar landscape as a living organism. As viewers are confronted with the husks of our past, they may even catch sight of the illusive Ape, a cryptid-inspired manifestation of those left behind in a rapidly changing habitat.

Apex Ape was created as part of Guild Hall's 2021Community Artist-in-Residence program. The film will be installed as a multi-channel video installation in our Minikes Garden, allowing the public to enter the film at any time throughout the evening.
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Parrish Art
A Parrish Docent will lead a brief talk introducing the exhibition Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948 – 1960. Free with Museum admission. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

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