Filmmaker Kate Novack explores the life and career of fashion journalist André Leon Talley -- from his childhood in the segregated South to his iconic, barrier-breaking work at Women's Wear Daily, W and Vogue.
André Leon Talley was an American fashion journalist, stylist, creative director, and editor-at-large of Vogue magazine. He was the magazine's fashion news director from 1983 to 1987, its first African-American male creative director from 1988 to 1995, and then its editor-at-large from 1998 to 2013.
"Novack is aware of the imagined incongruity of Talley in these places and outright rejects it, making The Gospel According to Andre not only a portrait of its subject but a challenge to our assumptions..." Battleship Pretension
He's back with all new music for 2022! His lush lyrics and smooth sound are what Westhampton Beach nights are made of!
Singer-songwriter Jeff LeBlanc returns to the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center this spring for his third headlining appearance.
Since releasing his first album, he has epitomized success as an independent artist - netting millions of streams, achieving both satellite and commercial radio play, selling-out headline shows and touring the country with a wide range of artists such as Boz Scaggs, Chaka Khan, Brett Dennen, Michael McDonald and Tori Kelly.
Suni and Mae are dreamers. As young girls, they dreamt about journeying far beyond our solar system, singing among the stars and discovering all that was unknown to them: the secrets of space.
Using magical illusions and a state-of-the-art digital LED wall, the sisters and the audience embark on an interactive journey across the galaxy. The wonders of outer space are explored with dazzling imagery and key ideas and inventions in science, technology, and engineering.
It is a spring afternoon at the Dowd family home, and a tea for the high-society ladies of the Wednesday Forum is in full swing. The hostess, Veta Louise Simmons, is hoping that the event will allow her daughter, Myrtle Mae, now in her twenties and still unmarried, to mingle with the mothers and grandmothers of some of the town's remaining eligible bachelors. However, to Veta's horror, her brother, Elwood P. Dowd, arrives home unexpectedly and in the company of his closest friend, HARVEY the pooka (spirit creature of celctic folklore), a six foot one-and-a-half inch tall white rabbit—a friend nobody else can see...
Charlotte's Web is based on E.B. White's loving story of the friendship between a pig named Wilbur and a little gray spider named Charlotte. Wilbur has a problem: how to avoid winding up as pork chops! Charlotte, a fine writer and true friend, hits on a plan to fool Farmer Zuckerman. She will create a "miracle." Spinning the words "Some Pig" in her web, Charlotte weaves a solution which not only makes Wilbur a prize pig but also ensures his place on the farm forever.
Michael Oher (Quinton Aaron), a homeless black teen, has drifted in and out of the school system for years. Then Leigh Anne Tuohy (Sandra Bullock) and her husband, Sean (Tim McGraw), take him in. The Tuohys eventually become Michael's legal guardians, transforming both his life and theirs. Michael's tremendous size and protective instincts make him a formidable force on the gridiron, and with help from his new family and devoted tutor, he realizes his potential as a student and football player.
Tickets are free but reservations are required.
Tracy Morgan is one of the most well-respected comedians in his field, known for his roles across seven seasons of 30 Rock, where he received a Supporting Actor Emmy Nomination, and Saturday Night Live, which earned him an Emmy nod for Outstanding Guest Actor. He can most recently be seen in season four of TBS’s The Last O.G. which he executive produces and stars in.
Legendary Musical Theatre Composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber has created musicals that have soared to fame since his very first musical on Broadway, Joseph and the Amazing Color Dream Coat in 1967. Since then, he has written over 21 musicals with many that continue to wow Broadway’s stages today. Join WHBPAC Arts Academy students in a concert celebrating the best of the best of Broadway.
Saxophonist and top-selling instrumentalist Kenny G rose to fame in the mid-1980's with his signature smooth jazz sound, but he was just warming up! He has dominated the airwaves since, selling more than 12 million copies of his album Breathless in the United States alone and winning a Grammy two years later for the track "Forever in Love".
Generously Sponsored by Donna & Marvin Schwartz
Directed by Sergei Loznitsa
In the Donbass region of Eastern Ukraine, mid-2010s: a hybrid war takes place, involving an open armed conflict alongside killings and robberies on a mass scale perpetrated by Russian-separatist gangs.
122 Minutes | Russian, Ukrainian, English | Not Rated
Beginning Tuesday, June 15, Andrew Botsford of Quogue will once again introduce our summer films each Tuesday night and discuss them afterward with guest commentators, followed by an informal audience discussion.
Most recently a visiting professor and communications consultant for the graduate arts program at Stony Brook Southampton, Andrew was for 20 years the associate editor of The Southampton Press and editor of its Arts & Living section and has written extensively about film, theatre, and the arts. The host of the annual Hamptons Doc Fest in Sag Harbor, he has been an actor, director and producer with the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue since 1985.
This is Andrew's 15th year of hosting the WHBPAC summer film series.
Honoring a great influence on his career, Paul Anka makes his triumphant return to the WHBPAC with his tour, Anka Sings Sinatra: His Songs, My Songs, My Way. Anka is famous for hits such as "Diana", "Lonely Boy", "Put Your Head On My Shoulder". Featuring these and other hits that span his 65 year career, this is sure to be a night that will fly you to the moon!
Generously Sponsored by Dr. Stanley Zinberg
As an artist who needs no introduction, Brian McKnight has gained international and domestic recognition, earning himself a spot in contemporary music history. He has released 19 albums to date over the past twenty-five years, selling over 30 million albums worldwide. With 16 Grammy Award nominations and numerous chart-topping songs, McKnight has established himself as a musical legacy.
Grab your clubs and drive the WHBPAC to success! From 9am to fore-ish, enjoy a beautiful day on the greens of the Westhampton Country Club. Following your round, get ready to par-tee with your fellow golfers and win big at the live auction.
Part of the East End summer classical festival, these international prize-winning young artists offer an unparalleled evening of piano. This is a fantastic way to experience promising prodigies before they transform into stars of the classical music world!
Generously Sponsored by Marcus Stinchi
Whitney Cummings and her Touch Me tour 2022 is coming to WHBPAC!
“Touch Me” is a play on hit comedienne Whitney Cummings' most recent Netflix special, “Can I Touch It” and will destigmatize and celebrate the importance of being together again after months of isolation. The Touch Me tour will be a big ole’ party and celebration of LIFE! The material is deeply personal, reflecting on the changes the pandemic brought to Cummings' life and her observations of today’s society.
Celisse is a singer, songwriter, multi- instrumentalist, performer and spoken word artist. Her deep and varied career has seen her in concert, at venues ranging from the Beacon Theater, supporting Mariah Carey, Town Hall supporting Graham Nash, Madison Square Garden supporting Kesha at the 60th annual Grammy Awards.
Stephen Marley is an award-winning singer, songwriter and producer. From his solo works to family collaborations and production credits, Stephen Marley’s music has earned him eight Grammy Awards. He is the second eldest son of reggae legend Bob Marley and Rita Marley, raised in Kingston, Jamaica. Stephen started singing professionally at 7 years old with his elder siblings Ziggy, Sharon and Cedella in The Melody Makers.
Four-time Grammy-award winning contemporary Blues and Americana artist Keb’ Mo’ returns to WHBPAC on the heels of his celebrated 2019 release, Oklahoma. Hailed internationally as one of the greatest Blues artists of his generation, Keb’ Mo’ has consistently made music that reflects his own interests and passions. In the process, he’s earned a reputation for his ability to draw upon his bottomless roots-music expertise to make deeply expressive, highly personal music.
Kelli O'Hara, star of stage and screen, has established herself as one of Broadway's greatest leading ladies. Her portrayal of Anna Loenowens in The King and I garnered her the 2015 Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, along with Grammy, Drama League, Outer Critics and Olivier Nominations. She reprised the role while making her West End debut, and performed a limited engagement at Tokyo's Orb Theatre.
Generously Sponsored by Abby Merrill & Sammi Katz
Calling all car enthusiasts! Join us for a car show fundraiser like you've never seen before to benefit the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center! Car enthusiasts of all ages are invited to a spectacular fundraiser featuring the finest new and vintage automobiles from near and far. Spend the day admiring vehicles of all makes and […]
Dubbed "The Hardest Working Man in Showbiz," Jay Leno, famed late night television host, stand up comic, and host of Jay Leno's Garage, knows a thing or two about a thing or two. His side-splitting show covers all of his career highlights; from his early days as a lot boy at a Ford dealership to following Richard Pryor's sell-out acts at The Comedy Store, to eventually earning the coveted Tonight Show spot from Johnny Carson. His observational style of comedy and witty banter with the audience are the hallmarks of a true career comedian.
“The blues is bigger than most people think,” Taj Mahal says. “You could hear Mozart play the blues. It might be more like a lament. It might be more melancholy. But I’m going to tell you: the blues is in there.”
Taj is a towering musical figure -- a legend who transcended the blues not by leaving them behind, but by revealing their magnificent scope to the world.