Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center has screenings available on its website for a fee: through June 15 is “The Whistlers,” and through June 16 is “Once We Were Brothers.” Go to www.whbpac.org.
National Theatre Live
Guild Hall in East Hampton will host @Home National Theatre Live: “Coriolanus” from Thursday, June 4, at 2 PM through June 11 at 2 PM. Go to www.guildhall.org.
HamptonsFilm will have links available to its Now Showing series every Monday online. Go to www.hamptonsfilmfest.org.
Sag Cinema At Home
Sag Harbor Cinema presents films to watch remotely with “Shirley,” “A Father . . . A Son . . . Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” “What Sex Am I?” “Zombi Child,” and “The Grey Fox.” See them at www.sagharborcinema.org.
East Hampton presents free, live events. On Friday, June 5, at 6 PM will be a discussion on Brian DePalma’s 1973 film “Sisters.” Visit www.eastendlibrary.org.
The Ripple Effect
Southampton Arts Center will have a Zoom panel discussion on Friday, June 5, at 7 PM on The Ripple Effect: small actions impacting larger scale change. Visit www.southamptonartscenter.org to register.
Judy Carmichael’s NPR radio show Jazz Inspired is now online. Go to www.jazzinspired.com.
BookHampton in East Hampton will have virtual events Friday, June 5, at 5 PM with Marian Lindberg, “Scandal on Plum Island” in conversation with Colin Bertram and on Sunday, June 7, at 5 PM with Barbara A. MacAdam and Helen Harrison as they discuss “Lee And Me” by Ruth Appelhof. Get the links at www.bookhampton.com.
Guild Hall in East Hampton will be posting new content every day taking a look back at some of the great moments in its history of arts and education programming. Go to www.guildhall.org.
East End Arts will have an open mic night on Friday, June 5, at 7 PM on its Facebook Live group. Visit www.eastendarts.org.
East Hampton Library presents free, live events. On Saturday, June 6, at 2 PM will be a 75-minute live concert “Tennessee Walt: A Distant Country 3” Visit www.easthamptonlibrary.org.
Sip And Sing
Every Friday at 5 PM, Bay Street Theater will host a virtual sing-along broadcasting via Zoom right to the comfort of your own home. To receive the Zoom link, go to www.baystreet.org and sign up for the newsletter.