9.30/ Guild Hall Highlights thru December 17


AAQ Guild Hall 18571

GUILD HALL HIGHLIGHTS

Thru December 17, 2016 

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On view through November 5 

CHARLES LY: HUMAN AND HIDES
A selection of paintings and works on paper inspired by design and patterns, including a series of small meticulous, intricately-illustrated narratives and quietly evocative paintings. Large scale works featuring the fantastical as well as surreal, imaginative compositions focused on natural forms.  A resident of East Hampton and Brooklyn, Ly studied graphic design and illustration at Laguna College of Art & Design. Museum Hours: Mon, Fri & Sat 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm.
FREE  

Guild Hall Education Corridor, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org.   

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Saturday October 15 at 11am 

Brahms vs. Wagner: Composers in Conflict – The Met: Live in HD Season Opener  

Before the 12pm screening of Tristan und Isolde, come enjoy a breakfast buffet and special presentation by Mark Mangini, who is Music Director of the Choral Society of the Hamptons and is on the CUNY music faculty. He will discuss the German Romantics’ famed controversy that music historians still ponder today. Donors to The Met: Live in HD screenings at Guild Hall are eligible to receive two complimentary tickets. For more information, call 631.324.0806 x20 or email genevieve@guildhall.org. Tickets at GuildHall.org; Box Office 3 hours prior to curtain; 631.324.4050; Theatermania.com; or 1.866.811.4111

$50 ($48 Members) in addition to screening tickets

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806; GuildHall.org 

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Saturday October 15 at 12pm  

The Met: Live in HD – Wagner’s TRISTAN UND ISOLDE 

A new production by Mariusz Trelinski (Iolanta and Bluebeard’s Castle) will be well served by an outstanding cast of Wagnerians: Nina Stemme as Isolde, Stuart Skelton as Tristan, Ekaterina Gubanova as Brangäne, and René Pape as King Marke, with Sir Simon Rattle conducting, in a rare appearance at the Met. Following screenings of The Met: Live in HD and the National Theatre Live, present your Guild Hall ticket to c/o The Maidstone’s Living Room Restaurant and/or Cozy Lounge for a complimentary delicious dessert. Ticket must be presented and collected the same day as the screening for the offer to be valid. Tickets at GuildHall.org; Box Office 3 hours prior to curtain; 631.324.4050; Theatermania.com; or 1.866.811.4111

$22 ($20 Members); $15 Students 

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806; GuildHall.org

The simulcasts at Guild Hall are made possible in part through the generosity of: Grand Tier: The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming, Ann Cestone in memory of her sister Gloria, Phyllis Davis, Andrew Jacobyansky and Ralph Gibson, Alan Levin and John Burger, Judy and Alex Laughlin, The East Hampton Star. Dress Circle: Norma Giorgetti in memory of Mary-Anne Szabaga, Barbara Horgan, Jim Potter, Maryam Seley, Anita Sheldon, Norbert Weissberg in memory of Dr. Josef Weissberg. Balcony Circle: Susan L. Blair, Frederic Cammann, Diane and Bill Dreher, Harriet Edwards, Alexandra Leigh-Hunt, Joan and Robert Osborne, Louise Phanstiel, Dr. Donald Saco, Irene and Sidney Silverman, Veronica Stephens, Mary Stone, Sandra Thorn, Peter Van Hattum in memory of Harold K. Simmons, Anese Young.

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Sunday October 16 from 11am-12:30pm

Guild Hall presents Table Talk with Robert Serbain: Selling for Introverts

Meet, mingle, munch and learn while enjoying refreshments generously provided by TBA and coffee by Starbucks®.

Free!

Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org.

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Sunday, October 16 at 2pm 

Seeking Justice and Accountability in Syria presented by Professor David Crane 

David Crane, war crimes prosecutor, founder of the Syrian Accountability Project and Syracuse University law professor, will discuss ways in which industrialized killing is being propagated on a level not seen since WWII. He will share the story of how a Syrian defector smuggled evidence of torture and mass murder out of the country and delivered it to the international judicial system.  

A wine and cheese reception will precede the talk at 1pm.

FREE 

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806; GuildHall.org 

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Tuesday October 18 at 7:30pm 

John Drew Theater Lab Staged Reading: DANCING ON ICE by Janet Sarno and Anita Keal 

Starring Christopher Imbrosciano, Mary Murphy and Paul Pakler. Directed by Janet Sarno. Charlie, a sailor, and Julie, a Puerto Rican hooker, start off at odds, but when they learn they both love to dance, their hearts unfold. Dine at The 1770 House before the JDTLab and enjoy a special $27.00 two-course, prix fixe dinner by providing the code JDTLab! 

FREE 

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806; GuildHall.org 

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Thursday October 20 at 7pm

Young Cowgirls Examine the Environment 

A workshop final staged presentation

FREE 

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806; GuildHall.org 

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On View Saturday October 22 through Saturday December 31  

Michael Knigin: The Holocaust and Anne Frank  

Guest Curated by Joan Kraisky. In 1974 the Israel Museum and the Jerusalem Foundation invited noted artist Michel Knigin to Israel.  His charge was to establish the first professional lithographic and silk screen atelier in Israel. Knigin began meeting survivors of the holocaust and interpreting their suffering through sketches that became montages. In recognition of his work, the Israel Museum granted Knigin full and unrestricted access to its Holocaust archives including pictures of the victims in the camps, of revolts, deportation, ghettos, liberation, and of course, Anne Frank. This exhibition is both a chronology of the terrors into which Anne Frank was born and a record of her response to them.   

Museum Hours: Mon, Fri & Sat 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm.
FREE  

The Museum at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org.  

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On View Saturday October 22 through Saturday December 31  

Connie Fox & William King: An Artist Couple  

Guest Curator: Gail Levin. From 1983 the abstract artist Connie Fox and the figurative sculptor William King lived in East Hampton working in separate studios in the same home. They met later in life when both their careers were firmly established. The pair sometimes exhibited together and occasionally collaborated. This show will highlight their shared sensibilities and influences, especially humor, music, political activism, and modern art. Fox and King also responded to each other’s creativity. King once explained how their partnership succeeded: “We only give our opinions when asked.” 

Museum Hours: Mon, Fri & Sat 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm.
FREE  

The Museum at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org.  

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On View Saturday October 22 through Saturday December 31 

William S. Heppenheimer 

W.S. Heppenheimer was the Top Honors recipient of the Guild Hall Museum 76th Annual Artists Members Exhibition in 2014, an award selected by Robert Storr, Dean of the Yale School of Art, which led to this, his first, solo exhibition. As an art student, he always had an affinity for the properties of color—he liked Op Art, Victor Vasarely, Bridget Riley—and started out making Hard-edge paintings. Over time, experimenting with painting and sculpture, at times merging the two, his style took shape. To describe his work as mosaic would be accurate to an extent, but instead of each tesserae being a solid color, they are made up of a multitude of hues. He first submitted to the Guild Hall Artists Members Exhibition in 2009, when he won Best Sculpture.  

Museum Hours: Mon, Fri & Sat 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm.
FREE  

The Museum at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org.  

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Saturday, October 22 at 12pm 

Pre-Opera Lecture by Victoria Bond 

Before the 1pm screening of Mozart’s DON GIOVANNIenjoy refreshments as renowned composer and conductor Victora Bond provides insights into the upcoming opera Saariaho’s L’AMOUR DE LOIN, which Guild Hall will screen on Saturday, December 17 at 1pm. Bond has been commissioned by American Ballet Theater, Pennsylvania Ballet, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Houston and Shanghai Symphony Orchestras, and her compositions have been performed by the Dallas Symphony, New York City Opera, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and members of the New York Philharmonic, among many others. $30 ($28 Members) in addition to screening tickets. Tickets at GuildHall.org; Box Office 3 hours prior to curtain; 631.324.4050; Theatermania.com; or 1.866.811.4111. 

$30 ($28 Members) 

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806; GuildHall.org 

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Saturday, October 22 at 1pm
The Met: Live in HD – Mozart’s DON GIOVANNI
The charismatic baritone Simon Keenlyside plays the title hero, opera’s ultimate cad, who goes to hell in a dazzling coup de théâtre. The ensemble of great Mozartean singers includes Hibla Gerzmava, Malin Byström, Paul Appleby, and Kwangchul Youn. Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi is on the podium.
Following screenings of The Met: Live in HD and the National Theatre Live, present your Guild Hall ticket to c/o The Maidstone’s Living Room Restaurant and/or Cozy Lounge for a complimentary delicious dessert. Ticket must be presented and collected the same day as the screening for the offer to be valid. Tickets at GuildHall.org; Box Office 3 hours prior to curtain; 631.324.4050; Theatermania.com; or 1.866.811.4111. 

$22 ($20 Members); $15 Students 

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806; GuildHall.org 

The simulcasts at Guild Hall are made possible in part through the generosity of: Grand Tier: The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming, Ann Cestone in memory of her sister Gloria, Phyllis Davis, Andrew Jacobyansky and Ralph Gibson, Alan Levin and John Burger, Judy and Alex Laughlin, The East Hampton Star. Dress Circle: Norma Giorgetti in memory of Mary-Anne Szabaga, Barbara Horgan, Jim Potter, Maryam Seley, Anita Sheldon, Norbert Weissberg in memory of Dr. Josef Weissberg. Balcony Circle: Susan L. Blair, Frederic Cammann, Diane and Bill Dreher, Harriet Edwards, Alexandra Leigh-Hunt, Joan and Robert Osborne, Louise Phanstiel, Dr. Donald Saco, Irene and Sidney Silverman, Veronica Stephens, Mary Stone, Sandra Thorn, Peter Van Hattum in memory of Harold K. Simmons, Anese Young.

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Sunday, October 23 from 2-3pm 

Opening Conversation with Artist Connie Fox and Guest Curator Gail Levin 

Join us before the opening reception of Connie Fox & William King: An Artist Couple for a conversation with Fox and exhibition guest curator Gail Levin. 

FREE Admission generously funded by Suffolk County National Bank and Donald and Barbara Zucker.   

Museum Hours: Monday, Friday, Saturday 11am-5pm & Sunday noon-5pm 

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Sunday October 23 from 3-5pm 

Opening Reception: Michael Knigin: The Holocaust and Anne Frank, Connie Fox & William King: An Artist Couple, William S. Heppenheimer 

Join us for the opening of three fall exhibitions: Michael Knigin: The Holocaust and Anne Frank – a chronology of the terrors into which Anne Frank was born and a record of her response to them; Connie Fox & William King: An Artist Couple – a show that highlights their shared sensibilities and influences; and William S. Heppenheimer – Top Honors recipient of the Guild Hall Museum 76th Annual Artists Members Exhibition in 2014. All three exhibitions are on view through December 31st, 2017. 

Museum Hours: Mon, Fri & Sat 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm.
FREE  

The Museum at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org 

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Saturday October 29 from 11am-1pm
Saturday November 5 from 11am-1pm    

Plant Patterns Art Workshop with Charles Ly 

Create unique patterns using colorful autumn botanicals of East Hampton. Session 1 on Oct. 29, participants spend time outdoors selecting leaves and other specimens for use in graphite and watercolor nature studies. Session 2 on Nov. 5 consists of a projected tutorial that demonstrates how to digitally assemble and size a pattern in Photoshop. Ages 16 and up. Price is for both sessions. Register at GuildHall.org; Box Office 3 hours prior; 631.324.4050; Theatermania.com; or 1.866.811.4111.
$60 ($55 Members) includes both sessions
Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org. 

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Saturday, October 29 at 2pm 

Gallery Talk with William S. Heppenheimer and Stephanie deTroy Miller, Curatorial Assistant
W.S. Heppenheimer was the Top Honors recipient of the Guild Hall Museum 76th Annual Artists Members Exhibition in 2014, an award selected by Robert Storr, Dean of the Yale School of Art, which led to this, his first, solo exhibition. As an art student, he always had an affinity for the properties of color—he liked Op Art, Victor Vasarely, Bridget Riley—and started out making Hard-edge paintings. Over time, experimenting with painting and sculpture, at times merging the two, his style took shape. To describe his work as mosaic would be accurate to an extent, but instead of each tesserae being a solid color, they are made up of a multitude of hues. He first submitted to the Guild Hall Artists Members Exhibition in 2009, when he won Best Sculpture.  

Museum Hours: Mon, Fri & Sat 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm.
FREE  

The Museum at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org.  

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Sunday October 30 from 11am-12:30pm

Guild Hall presents Table Talk with Beth McNeill: Art for Health

Following an introduction to Artful Home Care, the practice of applying art, music, movement and wellness to achieve healthful aging. participants will engage in drawing, movement & breathing, and an Ayurvedic exercise as part of fostering a creative, “whole life” approach to long term care.Meet, mingle, munch and learn while enjoying refreshments generously provided by TBA and coffee by Starbucks®.

Free!

Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org.

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Tuesday November 1 at 7:30pm 

John Drew Theater Lab: DEEP DOWN IN BROOKLYN: AN AMERICAN STORY 

A New Solo Play by Ed German 

Based on his memoir growing up in a four-room, cellar flat in 1950s Brooklyn as one of the “first black kids on the block” in an environment of “hustling, gambling and drinking.” He enlists in the Marines and after being wounded and awarded the Purple Heart, returns to a country that resents veterans … with a classic rock and blues soundtrack from the 1950s to the 1970s. Presented in workshop form. Produced by Bonnie Grice in association with boots on the ground theater. 

FREE 

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806 

Dine at The 1770 House before the JDTLab and enjoy a special $27.00 two-course, prix fixe dinner by providing the code JDTLab! 

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Friday November 4 from 2-4pm 

Your Life, Your Words: Journaling Workshop
Writing workshop about how to journal with discussion on select excerpts from Anne Frank’s diary. Bring notebook and pen and view Michael Knigin: The Holocaust and Anne Frank before workshop. Instructor Eileen Obser, author of Only You, a memoir, has been teaching memoir, journaling and creative writing for over 20 years. Ages 16 and up. Register at GuildHall.org; Box Office 3 hours prior; 631.324.4050; Theatermania.com; or 1.866.811.4111. 

$20 ($18 Members) 

Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org. 

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Saturday November 5 at 2pm
Linda Stein Lecture: Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females, Tapestries and Sculpture 
Addresses issues concerning gender, oppression, bullying, strength, power and justice in contemporary culture. Q & A follows.
FREE 

Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org. 

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Saturday November 5 at 8pm 

National Theatre Live Screening: THE DEEP BLUE SEA 

Helen McCrory returns in Terence Rattigan’s masterpiece to play one of the greatest female roles in contemporary drama. A portrait of need, loneliness and long-repressed passion. Following screenings of The Met: Live in HD and the National Theatre Live, present your Guild Hall ticket to c/o The Maidstone’s Living Room Restaurant and/or Cozy Lounge for a complimentary delicious dessert. Ticket must be presented and collected the same day as the screening for the offer to be valid. Tickets at GuildHall.org; Box Office 3 hours prior to curtain; 631.324.4050; Theatermania.com; or 1.866.811.4111. 

General Admission: $18 ($16 Members)  

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806 

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Sunday November 6 from 1-5pm

artXchange: connecting cultures and community

A celebration of cultural diversity. A fun, family afternoon with engaging activities centered on the creative exchange of traditions, ideas, and stories to further advance inclusion, foster respect, and ignite interaction within our community. Featured will be collaborative workshops led by local visual and performing artists; a multi-lingual poetry reading; dance performances by Middle School and High School dance teams; and, complimentary light fare from a local food truck.

Free Admission

Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937; 631.324.0806; GuildHall.org

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Sunday November 13 from 11am-12:30pm

Guild Hall presents Table Talk with Ellen Myers: The Inspiration of Mudra

Meet, mingle, munch and learn while enjoying refreshments generously provided by TBA and coffee by Starbucks®.

Free!

Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org.

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Sunday November 13 at 2pm 

Gallery Talk on Connie Fox & William King: An Artist Couple with Gail Levin, Guest Curator 

Gail Levin, Guest Curator of Connie Fox & William King: An Artist Couple, will provide insight into the exhibition. Gail Levin is Distinguished Professor of Art History, American Studies, and Women’s Studies at The Graduate Center and Baruch College of the City University of New York. The acknowledged authority on the American realist painter Edward Hopper, she is author of many books and articles on that artist, including the catalogue raisonné and Edward Hopper: An Intimate Biography. She has also focused on the art of women artists in historical cultural context, which led to biographies of Judy Chicago (2007) and Lee Krasner (2011). Museum Hours: Mon, Fri & Sat 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm.
FREE  

The Museum at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org 

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Saturday November 19 at 2pm 

Gallery Talk with Guest Curator Joan Kraisky on Michael Knigin: The Holocaust and Anne Frank  

In 1974 the Israel Museum and the Jerusalem Foundation invited noted artist Michel Knigin to Israel.  His charge was to establish the first professional lithographic and silk screen atelier in Israel. Knigin began meeting survivors of the holocaust and interpreting their suffering through sketches that became montages. In recognition of his work, the Israel Museum granted Knigin full and unrestricted access to its Holocaust archives including pictures of the victims in the camps, of revolts, deportation, ghettos, liberation, and of course, Anne Frank. This exhibition is both a chronology of the terrors into which Anne Frank was born and a record of her response to them. Museum Hours: Mon, Fri & Sat 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm.
FREE 

The Museum at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org 

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Sunday November 20 from 11am-12:30pm

Guild Hall presents Table Talk with Creighton Wirick: Beekeeping

Meet, mingle, munch and learn while enjoying refreshments generously provided by TBA and coffee by Starbucks®.

Free!

Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org.

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Sunday November 20 at 2pm 

Film Screening: Ahead of Time: The Extraordinary Journey of Ruth Gruber 

Born in Brooklyn in 1911, Ruth Gruber became the youngest PhD in the world before going on to become an international foreign correspondent and photojournalist at age 24. The first journalist to enter the Soviet Arctic in 1935, Ruth also traveled to Alaska as a member of the Roosevelt administration in 1942, escorted Holocaust refugees to America in 1944, covered the Nuremberg trials in 1946 and documented the Haganah ship Exodus in 1947. Her relationships with world leaders including Eleanor Roosevelt, President Harry Truman, and David Ben Gurion gave her unique access and insight into the modern history of the Jewish people.
FREE 

Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org 

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Tuesday November 22 at 7:30pm 

JDTLab: DOOR OF NO RETURN by Nehassaiu deGannes 

In this one-woman show, Nehassaiu deGannes gives voice to experiences of immigration, displacement, enslavement and resistance, from a brilliant multiplicity of perspectives by embodying more than a dozen characters drawn from history, personal memory and present day interviews. Part docu-drama, part ritual theater – this play defies the segregation of American histories and invites us all to stand at the crossroads. Dine at The 1770 House before the JDTLab and enjoy a special, $27, two-course, prix fixe dinner by providing the code JDTLab! 

FREE 

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806; GuildHall.org 

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Sunday December 4 from 11am-12:30pm

Guild Hall presents Table Talk with Aiyana Smith: Traditional Healing

Meet, mingle, munch and learn while enjoying refreshments generously provided by TBA and coffee by Starbucks®.

Free!

Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org.

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Sunday December 11 from 11am-12:30pm

Guild Hall presents Table Talk with bestselling author Monte Farber and award-winning artist Amy Zerner: The Enchanted World of Creativity, Color and Clairvoyance

Meet, mingle, munch and learn while enjoying refreshments generously provided by TBA and coffee by Starbucks®.

Free!

Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806, GuildHall.org.

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Saturday December 17 at 1pm 

The Met: Live in HD – Saariaho’s L’AMOUR DE LOIN  – Met Premiere 

Kaija Saariaho’s breakthrough opera has its Met premiere in a dazzling new production by Robert Lepage, featuring glimmering ribbons of LED lights that extend across the length of the stage and over the orchestra pit. Eric Owens is the knight on a quest of love, and Susanna Phillips is his lover on the other side of the sea. Conductor Susanna Mälkki makes her Met debut. Following screenings of The Met: Live in HD and the National Theatre Live, present your Guild Hall ticket to c/o The Maidstone’s Living Room Restaurant and/or Cozy Lounge for a complimentary delicious dessert. Ticket must be presented and collected the same day as the screening for the offer to be valid. Tickets at GuildHall.org; Box Office 3 hours prior to curtain; 631.324.4050; Theatermania.com; or 1.866.811.4111. 

$22 ($20 Members); $15 Students 

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937, 631.324.0806; GuildHall.org 

The simulcasts at Guild Hall are made possible in part through the generosity of: Grand Tier: The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming, Ann Cestone in memory of her sister Gloria, Phyllis Davis, Andrew Jacobyansky and Ralph Gibson, Alan Levin and John Burger, Judy and Alex Laughlin, The East Hampton Star. Dress Circle: Norma Giorgetti in memory of Mary-Anne Szabaga, Barbara Horgan, Jim Potter, Maryam Seley, Anita Sheldon, Norbert Weissberg in memory of Dr. Josef Weissberg. Balcony Circle: Susan L. Blair, Frederic Cammann, Diane and Bill Dreher, Harriet Edwards, Alexandra Leigh-Hunt, Joan and Robert Osborne, Louise Phanstiel, Dr. Donald Saco, Irene and Sidney Silverman, Veronica Stephens, Mary Stone, Sandra Thorn, Peter Van Hattum in memory of Harold K. Simmons, Anese Young.

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