Source: The Independent

Coming Attractions

by Jessica Mackin

January 16, 2013

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Maria Stuarda

Guild Hall presents The Met: Live in HD with a screening of Donizettiís†Maria Stuarda. Saturday at 1 PM. Visit

The Day I Saw Your Heart

Guild Hall, in partnership with the East Hampton Library, presents the East Hampton Libraryís Annual Free Winter Film Series with a screening of The Day I Saw Your Heart. Sunday at 4:30 PM. Visit


Other Peopleís Money

Other Peopleís Money, Jerry Sternerís seriously funny play about Wall Street buccaneers and their hapless victims, will be the first production of the new year for the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue. Other Peopleís Money tells a cautionary as well as extremely entertaining tale that is as timely in the era of Bernie Madoff and the one percent as it was in the go-go Ď80s. The show runs for three weekends, though January 27, at the Quogue Community Hall. For tickets and showtimes visit

The Naked Stage

Guild Hall in Partnership with The Naked Stage presents a free staged reading of Misalliance by George Bernard Shaw with Joshua Perl as the lead artist. Tuesday at 7:30 PM. Visit


Round Table Theatre Co. & Academy presents Macbeth at LTV Studios in Wainscott Friday and Saturday at 8 PM, and Sunday at 2 PM. Tickets, available at the door or through, are $25, general admission; $15 for seniors and students.†

Love, Loss And What I Wore

Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center presents Nora and Delia Ephronís, Love, Loss and What I Wore through January 27 at SCCís Levitas Center for the Arts. Based on the best-selling and critically acclaimed book by Ilene Beckerman and written for stage by Nora and Delia Ephron, Love, Loss and What I Wore is a series of monologues and remembrances by several women, woven together that poignantly address the value of a dress in a womanís life. The rotating casts include Ilene Beckerman, portraying herself in the piece for the first time, Brooke Alexander, Barbara Jo Howard, Katie Lee, Gretta Monahan, Bethany Dellapolla, Susan Cincotta, Paula Brannon, Deborah Marshall, Susan Wojcik, Catherine Maloney and Edna Perez Winston. For tickets, call Southampton Cultural Center at 631-287-4377 or purchase tickets online at