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Heroes takes place at the Quogue Community Hall through Sunday. Tom Kochie. (click for larger version)
The North Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck is proud to present Steel Magnolias, a play by Robert Harling. Centered around a group of gossipy southern ladies in a small-town beauty parlor, the play is alternately hilarious and touching-and, in the end, it draws on their underlying strength and love, which give the play, and its characters, the special quality to make them truly touching, funny and marvelously amiable company in good times and bad.
The show opens on Friday and runs through February 2. Tickets are $15. For dates and tickets visit www.nfct.com.
Three high-spirited World War I veterans confined to an old soldiers home seek to rise above their predicament and their limitations in the comedic and often touching Heroes, the second play in the Hampton Theatre Company's 2013-2014 season in Quogue.
Heroes takes place at the Quogue Community Hall and runs through Sunday. For more info and tickets visit www.hamptontheatre.org.
Sex: What She's Really Thinking
Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center presents Ilene Beckerman's Sex: What She's Really Thinking at the Levitas Center for the Arts at Southampton Cultural Center. The show runs through Sunday. For more info and tickets visit www.scc-arts.org.
A book talk and signing with author Rivvy Neshama with book, Recipes for a Sacred Life: True Stories & a Few Miracles, will take place at Canio's Books in Sag Harbor on Saturday at 5 PM. Neshama's spiritual path draws from many traditions including Eastern and Western, Native American, Sufi and her own dear mother.
Guild Hall in partnership with the East Hampton Library screens the 10th Annual Free Winter Film Series with a showing of La Sirga on Sunday at 4:30 PM at Guild Hall. For more info visit www.guildhall.org.
theRIVERHEADPROJECT continues with theMOVIEPROJECT into January on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday evenings beginning at dusk.
A large projector screen situated inside the lounge by the fireplace will show different films each night according to a theme selected by a guest curator. A cinematic specialty cocktail will be featured each week in addition to complimentary popcorn. On Monday evenings guests are invited to meet each week's curator.
The upcoming schedule is as follows. Tomorrow and Friday is "House-Warming Movies" by Kathleen and Sandy of Williams-Sonoma. Starting Sunday, "Bad-Ass Book Inspired Movies" By Jason Hefter and Yvonne Lieblein of theBOOKPROJECT. For a full schedule visit www.theriverheadproject.com.