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November 29, 2017
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Coming Attractions


Entertainment Guide


All singing, all dancing? Readings, stagings, and slams? We can't print it if we don't know about it. Send your entertainment events to bridget@indyeastend.com by Thursday at noon.

Music

Stephen Talkhouse

Tomorrow at the Talkhouse in Amagansett, it's the Hamptons' own up-and-coming rap sensation Pr€sident at 7 PM, followed by DJ Snoop at 10.

On Saturday enjoy Black & Sparrow at 8 PM, with the Barnstorm taking the stage at 10. Visit www.stephentalkhouse.com or call 631-267-3117 to purchase tickets or for more info.

Karaoke at Springs Tavern

The Springs Tavern at 15 Fort Pond Boulevard hosts karaoke night every Saturday beginning at 10 PM. No cover, just bring your best singing voice! For further information call The Springs Tavern at 631-527-7800.

Smokin' Hot Tunes

Townline BBQ in Sagaponack continues live music every Friday from 6 to 9 PM. This week, it's Points East. For more information, call 631-537-2271 or visit www.townlinebbq.com.

Holiday world music choral Concert

The Choral Society of the Hamptons will kick off the holidays with "Dances, Carols and Lullabies" in the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church at 3 and again at 5:30 PM on Sunday afternoon. The concert will offer holiday music of the Spanish-speaking world, accompanied by marimba, guitar, and harp, along with traditional carols and other holiday music. 

The Spanish-speaking communities of Riverhead and the North and South Forks are cordially invited to join the audience.

Tickets are available at www.choralsocietyofthehamptons.org. Adult tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Tickets for those 18 or younger are $10 in advance, $15 at the door.

Bromberg and spector

It's Americana godfather David Bromberg's Suffolk Theater debut. The finger-picking student of the late great Rev. Gary Davis, Bromberg is known for adventures with Bob Dylan, George Harrison, and Jerry Garcia. Bromberg will perform at the Riverhead venue on Friday. Tickets range from $49 to $60, doors open at 6:30 with the performance beginning at 8 PM.

Then on Saturday, you can be her little baby ... it's the ultimate rock-and-roll Christmas show with Ronnie Spector. Known for the iconic Christmas hits "Frosty the Snowman," "Sleigh Ride," "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree," and some of the biggest hits of the '60s like "Be My Baby" and "Baby I Love You," Ronnie Spector's voice and style remain influential on generations of artists. Tickets range from $55 to $79 and includes row seating and cabaret seating. Doors, bar, and restaurant open at 6 PM. Show starts at 7:30 PM.

Prix fixe and a la carte menus available for additional purchase at both shows. For more info and tickets, visit www.suffolktheater.com.

Chanticleer at WHBPAC

Known around the world as "an orchestra of voices" for its seamless blend of 12 male voices, Chanticleer is a multi-Grammy Award-winning ensemble. Performing their original interpretations of holiday classics, Chanticleer will surely have audience members at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center celebrating the spirit of the season. Performance is at 8 PM on Saturday – for tickets, visit www.whbpac.org.

Concert at St. Luke's

The Neave Trio (Anna Williams, violin; Mikhail Veselov, cello; Eri Nakamura, piano) will perform as part of the "Music at St. Luke's" series on Saturday at 5 PM at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in East Hampton.

The program includes Debussy's "Trio in G Major," Foote's "Trio in B-flat Major," and Piazzolla's "Estaciones Porteńas."

This is an opportunity to hear this fantastic Boston-based trio during a very busy season of touring around the country. Tickets are $20 for adults and will be available at the door. Admission is free under 18. More information is available at www.stlukeseasthampton.org.

theater

Scrooge on the Radio

Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center will present Joe Landry's A Christmas Carol, A Live Radio Play through Sunday in the Levitas Center for the Arts.

The beloved classic, A Christmas Carol, springs to life in Joe Landry's clever take on the epiphany of Ebenezer Scrooge. Produced and written as a live 1940s radio broadcast, Landry's adaptation gets to the heart of each story and aurally and visually recreates an era of hope and understanding. Assisted by sound effects and an actor's vocal prowess only, A Christmas Carol echoes simpler times and the power of story and storytelling.

A Christmas Carol, A Live Radio Play cast includes Daniel Becker, Christopher Disunno, Richard Gardini, Joey Giovingo, Barbara Jo Howard, Deb Rothaug, Ken Rowland, Josephine Wallace, and Gerri Wilson. Michael Disher directs.

Performance times are Thursday at 7 PM, Friday at 7 PM, Saturday at 2 PM, 5 PM, and 7 PM, and Sunday at 2 PM and 5 PM.

For more information, visit www.scc-arts.org.

Auditions for Miracle Worker

The Boots on the Ground theater company will be holding auditions for its spring production of The Miracle Worker on Monday and Tuesday from 4 to 6 PM at the Southampton Cultural Center.

Roles include Helen Keller (seven to eight years old), Annie Sullivan (teens to early 20s), and Helen's half-brother, James Keller (teenager). Preference will be given to high school or college students for the role of Annie. Adult roles include Aunt Ev and Viney. For more information, email bootstheater1@gmail.com. 

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Sag Harbor Cinema Book

On December 16, 2016, the beloved Sag Harbor Cinema burned down. The 1936 Art Deco Theater may have been the latest in a long line of Sag Harbor movie houses, but it was not the first. In her new book Sag Harbor: 100 Years of Film in the Village, author and journalist Annette Hinkle pays tribute not only to the recently lost art-house cinema but also to all the movie houses that preceded it.

An homage to a century of celluloid on Main Street, the book traces film history from the era of the silents to the Sag Harbor Cinema's nearly four-decade tenure as the last independent, single-screen theater in the Hamptons.

Hinkle will discuss her book and sign copies at the East Hampton Library on Saturday from 3 to 4:30 PM. To register call 631-324-0222, ext. 3, or sign up online at www.eventbrite.com.

Yektai Poetry at Guild Hall

On Saturday at 11:30 AM, Guild Hall will host a poetry reading of works by Manoucher Yektai with Iraj Anvar, visiting lecturer from the Modern Persian Center for Language Studies at Brown University.

Anvar will read selections from Jabeh Rang (Paint Box) and Kaj Narahat Va Shahe (Crooked Uncomfortable and Witness). Manoucher Yektai's art and poetry has been influenced by the three cultures in which he lived: Iran, France, and the United States. 

Free, reservations are strongly encouraged at https://give.guildhall.org/publicprograms.   

Film

Doc film fest

The Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival will screen movies from tomorrow through Monday. Please see the article elsewhere in this issue of The Independent, or visit www.ht2ff.com for ticket information.

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