Source: The Independent

Coming Attractions

by Jessica Mackin

November 07, 2012

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Black Film Festival

The African American Museum of the East End will present the 7th Annual Black Film Festival at the new Herzog De Meuron designed Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill November 17. A major highlight of the festival will be the New York Premiere of acclaimed filmmaker Janks Morton’s Hoodwinked. A special kickoff evening on Friday will take place at the Southampton Cultural Center from 7 to 9 PM and will feature live jazz and spoken word. Proceeds will benefit the African American Museum of the East End.

Adès’s The Tempest

Guild Hall in East Hampton presents The Met: Live in HD with a screening of Adès’s The Tempest, the MET Premier. Saturday at 1 PM. Visit


Good People

The Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue presents Good People, by David Lindsay-Abaire. The production runs tomorrow through November 18. For more info visit

One Act Plays

Ross School’s “Fall One Act Plays” will present an evening of nine short one acts under the title, You Never Know What You Might Get! Featuring the works of various playwrights, the production will be held on tomorrow through Saturday at 7 PM each night.

The Crucible

Bay Street Theatre’s Literature Live! presentation of The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, will be presented live on stage in a professional production through November 24. The play is directed by Murphy Davis, Artistic Director of Bay Street Theatre. Suggested for ages 13 and up. For showtimes visit

The Naked Stage

Guild Hall in East Hampton and The Naked Stage present free staged readings of Mizlansky / Zilinsky or Schmucks by Jon Robin Baitz with lead artist Josh Gladstone featuring Joe Pallister, Josh Perl, Dan Renkin, Kate Mueth, Josh Gladstone, Isaac Klein and an ensemble cast TBA. Visit

Joe Sent Me

The Jacobson Center for the Performing Arts presents Joe Sent Me: A Music Murder at Guild Hall, opening Friday at 8 PM. The show runs through November 18. Visit for showtimes and to purchase tickets.


McKnight & Wargo

On Friday at Cody’s BBQ and Grill on East Main Street in Riverhead, the famous Long Island musician and siner, Warren McKnight will perform banjo with pianist Andrew Wargo, songs from the Great American Songbook from 5 to 8 PM. For more info call 631-284-9520.