Broken Bone Bathtub

An immersive theater project by Siobhan O’Loughlin
Thursday, September 12–Sunday, September 22
Beginning its global journey in Tokyo in 2015, Broken Bone Bathtub is performed inside a bathroom in a private home. After a serious bike accident, a young woman musters up the courage to ask for help and shares her story, exploring themes of trauma, suffering, human generosity, vulnerability, and connection. The audience takes on the role of Siobhan’s close friends; not only in listening but sharing in their experiences, and assisting the artist in the actual ritual of taking a bath.
*Extremely limited capacity – get your tickets now!
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Let Me Entertain You

The Jule Styne Songbook

Friday, September 13 at 8pm
Featuring Valerie diLorenzo, Danny Gardner, Meagan Michelson, and Sal Viviano with Musical Direction by Jeff Harris.
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Hamptons International Film Festival presents NOW SHOWING:

Honeyland

Saturday, September 14 at 6pm

Before You Know It

Saturday, September 28 at 6pm
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ugo rondinone: sunny days

On view now through October 14
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Be part of our family. Become a member of Guild Hall and receive discounts on tickets and so much more: guildhall.org/membership
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Art Criticism: The Next Generation

Saturday, September 21 at 1pm
With Tiffany Bradley; Belinda Becker, DJ, dancer, and actor; and Dr. Tyesha Maddox, Assistant Professor, African and African-American Studies at Fordham University.
A new generation of commentators are remaking art criticism in their image. This program will screen four short films and one work-in-progress, showcasing arts experiences from Native American, Afro-Brazilian, African-American, and Caribbean-American communities. A panel discussion will follow with Millennial curators and journalists responding to the changing understanding of cultural heritage. Shorts include Digital Natives: Plains Indians at The Met, Free Blacks: DanceAfrica at BAM, #MovementIsRising: Museum of Impact, Millennial Realness: 2019 Whitney Biennial and Carnival Queens.
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Sing Out Loud:

Therapeutic Chorus for people with Parkinson’s Disease

Wednesdays, September 25–November 20 at 1pm
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Musical Theater Master Class with William Youmans

Friday, September 27 from 4–7pm

Collaborative Playmaking with William Youmans

Saturday, September 28 from 10am–3pm
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JDT Lab

The Daerie Queene by Savannah Hankinson

Friday, September 27 at 8pm
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Sunny Days: Family Celebration

Saturday, October 5 from 1–3pm
Free
Workshops, Food, Gallery Tours, Music, Meet the Artist Ugo Rondinone, and more!
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PLAYWRITING: Process & Projects with Bill Burford

Wednesdays, October 16–November 20 from 6–9pm
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Amagansett Library

VoGH Art Exhibit

Now through September 28
The Amagansett Library is delighted to welcome the VoGH (Volunteers of Guild Hall) as they exhibit in this first annual special art show. These artists, who are also volunteers at Guild Hall, will show an exciting range of work: watercolor, oil, collage, photography, pottery, sculpture, quilt, acrylic, twisted branches.
Featured artists include Pamela Abrahams, Nancy Brody, Caroline Cassa, Carol David, Maris Elman, Anna Franklin, Mimi Friedfeld, Babara Gerard, Ronnie Grill, Barbara Groot, Lorraine Papacosta, Rosa Scott, Ursula Thomas, Rita Wasserman, Judith Wit.

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All Museum Programming supported in part by The Melville Straus Family Endowment, The Michael Lynne Museum Endowment, Vital Projects Fund, Hess Philanthropic Fund, Crozier Fine Arts, The Lorenzo and Mary Woodhouse Trust, and public funds provided by New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and Suffolk County.
Free admission is generously funded by BNB Bank and Landscape Details
All Theater Programming supported in part by Ellen Myers, Marders, the Daryl & Steven Roth Foundation, and funding from The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming, The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, Hess Philanthropic Fund, The Melville Straus Family Endowment, The Schaffner Family Foundation, and Vital Projects Fund, with additional support from Brown Harris Stevens, Saunders & Associates, and public funds provided by Suffolk County.
Free Student Rush
Saunders & Associates
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Guild Hall, East Hampton 

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AAQ Resource: McDonough & Conroy Architects 

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