Enjoy the East End Al Fresco. 
From Riverhead to Orient to Montauk

The Eastern End of Long Island, New York City’s backyard beach getaway, offers a variety of fun activities for all ages and interests. From Riverhead to Greenport to Montauk, there are the Hamptons, North Fork farms and vineyards, breweries, scenic beaches, and stunning views. From tall ship festivals to music festivals to drag racing events, to the Long Island Aquarium, Splish Splash, and the Parrish Art Museum, there’s something for everyone.

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Midsummer Dinner at the Parrish Art Mueseum

Join us for these highly anticipated benefit events! All funds raised during Midsummer Weekend support the Parrish’s education initiatives, exhibitions, and public programs that energize the creative legacy of Long Island’s East End and beyond.

6 PM | Cocktails
7:30 PM | Dinner on the covered Mildred C. Brinn Terrace
9 PM | Dancing with DJ M.O.S

Midsummer Dance at the Parrish Art Museum

Join us for these highly anticipated benefit events! All funds raised during Midsummer Weekend support the Parrish’s education initiatives, exhibitions, and public programs that energize the creative legacy of Long Island’s East End and beyond.

An evening of dancing, drinks, and delicious hors d’oeuvres in support of the Museum’s exhibitions, education, and programs.

Held in the Lichtenstein Theater. Ages 21+.

Parrish Art Museum’s Community Day: SAVOR THE SUMMER

Join us as we celebrate art, artists, and food! Adults, children, and families can experience everything the Parrish Art Museum offers. Guests enjoy free admission all day alongside free activities including film screenings, art workshops, and guided viewing in the galleries. Museum educators, Parrish docents, teaching artists from the community, and other staff will be onsite to support these activities and to answer any questions you may have.

SCHEDULE

Free Admission | 10 AM–5 PM | Galleries, Shop, Café, Outdoors
All visitors enjoy free admission to the Museum’s galleries, Creativity Lounge, Museum Shop, and Parrish Café!

Artists Reception for OPPOSITES ATTRACT at the William Ris Gallery

William Ris Gallery is celebrating its 9th summer on the East End of Long Island. Since arriving the gallery has maintained its decades old model of offering an ever-changing and always original collection of work.

The first show of the 2024 season is OPPOSITES ATTRACT featuring paintings by SUE BARRASI, EDWARD JOSEPH & LAURA STROH.

On Saturday, June 1st, 4-7pm, a reception is planned to welcome these artists exhibiting for the first time at WRG. It will be an opportunity to meet the artists and enjoy this diverse collection.  Excellence is the constant. 

The exhibit is up and ready for viewing for those who want sneak peeks, first dibs and a look at what’s new at WRG.

Let’s celebrate the arts together!

GALLERY HOURS : THURSDAY – MONDAY, noon – 5pm

Annual Maggie Burbank Arts and Crafts Show in Westhampton Beach

This free event features over 50 artists and artisans showcasing their incredible works of art including oils, acrylics, watercolors, mixed media, wood and metal sculpture, wearable art, jewelry, and photography. All featured artists are chosen through a competitive selection process. 

The Gallery at Quogue Library presents Audrey Schilt: “The Art of Inspiration” Artist Reception

The Gallery at Quogue Library presents Audrey Schilt: “The Art of Inspiration”

On display from May 11 to June 12. Artist, designer, and illustrator Audrey Schilt has worked in the fashion industry for over 30 years, sketching and designing for some of the more revered names in fashion history including Halston, Ralph Lauren and numerous celebrities.

All are welcome to the Artist Reception on Saturday, May 25th from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Parrish Art Museum’s Salon Series: SAKURA DUO

Salon Series concludes its spring season with a performance by the Sakura Duo, featuring pianists Jacopo and Maddalena Giacopuzzi. Born in Verona, Italy to a family of pianists, the dynamic brother-and-sister duo have toured internationally performing with a captivating configuration of four hands at the piano.

$35 Members | $45 Adults | $40 Seniors | $20 Students | $10 Children

Parrish Art Museum’s Salon Series: BORISEVICH DUO

Salon Series continues the spring season with an intimate performance by the Borisevich Duo, featuring internationally acclaimed pianist Margarita Loukachkina and violinist Nikita Borisevich. Borisevich and Loukachkina are winners of numerous international music competitions and have collectively performed on world renown stages such as The Kennedy Center (Washington, DC), Mozarteum University Salzburg (Salzburg, Austria), Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory (Moscow, Russia), Shriver Hall (Baltimore, Maryland), California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, CA), JCC Greater Washington (Rockville, MD) and Manuel de Falla Auditorium (Granada, Spain), among others.

$35 Members | $45 Adults | $40 Seniors | $20 Students | $10 Children

Autumn Antiques, Fine Art, & Crafts Fair in Southold

The two day Autumn Antiques, Fine Art, and Crafts Fair is coming to the beautiful grounds of the Maple Lane Complex at 55200 Main Rd., Southold.

There will be vendors selling fine art, antiques, pottery, photography, handmade crafts, and vintage treasures. There will also be live music! Join us as we partner with Old Town Arts and Crafts Guild to present this two-day event. 

The admission of $5.00 for adults entitles entrants to a free raffle ticket!

Rain dates: Oct. 5 and 6.

Summer Antiques, Fine Art and Crafts Fair

Join us for the Summer Antiques, Fine Art, and Crafts Fair on the beautiful grounds of the Maple Lane Complex at 55200 Main Rd., Southold from 9 – 4.

There will be vendors selling fine art, antiques, pottery, photography, handmade crafts, and vintage treasures. There will also be live music! Join us as we partner with the Old Town Arts and Crafts Guild to present this two-day event.

The admission of $5.00 for adults entitles entrants to a free raffle ticket!

Dan’s ROSE SOIREE

Join us Memorial Day weekend for the summer’s signature event, Rosé Soirée Presented by Wilmington Trust. Celebrate with the seasons unofficial drink….rosé! Enjoy flowing rosé wine from around the world and right here on the East End. Eats from top chefs around the NY area including exclusive opportunities to taste from private chefs and Emmy nominated chefs as they join the best restaurant cuisine.

DJ Theo gets everyone dancing with live music and entertainment. Don’t miss the summer kick off event of the summer!

LIVE: POST GRAFFITI OPENING RECEPTION at the Southampton Arts Center

BEYOND THE STREETS is pleased to announce its return to Southampton Arts Center this summer with its latest exhibition, POST GRAFFITI, premiering three years after its widely acclaimed BEYOND THE STREETS on PAPER opening in 2021.

The concept of POST GRAFFITI encapsulates the genre’s journey of rebellious subway artists, originating from 70’s and 80’s NYC, to the global movement they’ve inspired. The term signifies a shift from the illicit nature of traditional graffiti to a more accepted, legitimate art form in gallery settings. As the movement has progressed, artists associated with POST GRAFFITI continue to draw from the rich history of graffiti writing and the streets, forming a loose coalition that blurs and elevates their source inspiration through drawing, painting, sculpture, and installation.

On view through June 20.

Canvas & Cuisine at The Parrish

Join us for this premier benefit event, featuring an exclusive four-course dining experience meticulously curated by Chef Angie Mar of Le B. with private collection wines from Sotheby’s and Wölffer Estate! Tickets are limited!

Sag Harbor’s HARBORFEST

WHALE HO!

The village’s rich maritime history on full display all weekend long. Long Wharf will be filled with live music, kids activities, great food, beer and wine and dozens of vendors representing Sag Harbor’s rich cultural and artistic history.

Visit Marine Park for the annual HarborFest Arts & Crafts Fair, with more than 50 vendors on hand to sell their handmade art, jewelry and other crafts. Don’t miss the famous HarborFest Clam Chowder Contest on Sunday at noon, and of course whaleboat racing all afternoon on both Saturday and Sunday off Windmill Beach.

Downtown Riverhead’s Alive on 25

The Alive on 25 summer street festival in Downtown Riverhead offers live music on multiple stages, local craft beverages, outdoor dining, Long Island artists, performers and street vendors. This is where the east end comes ALIVE for two Friday evenings between Long Island’s Hamptons and North Fork! (Rain Date Aug 23rd)

Laser Light Show 9p

Downtown Riverhead’s Alive on 25

The Alive on 25 summer street festival in Downtown Riverhead offers live music on multiple stages, local craft beverages, outdoor dining, Long Island artists, performers and street vendors. This is where the east end comes ALIVE for two Friday evenings between Long Island’s Hamptons and North Fork! (Rain Date July 19th)

Fireworks 9p

Sag Harbor Arts & Crafts Fair

Set against a backdrop of luxury yachts, one block from historic Main Street, the Arts & Crafts Fairs feature more than 50 vendors selling their handmade art, jewelry and other crafts.

East End Arts Annual Mosaic Street Painting Festival

A Memorial Day Weekend tradition where families and friends enjoy the creative spirit together. Join all the artists, musicians, and lovers of the arts, young and old, who gather on the grounds of East End Arts and along the Peconic River for this day-long celebration of the arts, centering around the Street Painting Festival, fashioned after the Italian street painters “Il Madonnari”, a street chalk art form dating back to the 16th century, as well as activities and entertainment for everyone. Street painting squares sponsored by businesses, families, and individuals are used as a canvas for inspiration in chalk.

  • Street Painting, Children’s Activities & Family Fun
  • Crafts Fair & Fine Arts
  • Live Music & Drumming
  • Dance & Theatre

Downtown Riverhead on East Main Street between Roanoke Avenue and East Avenue and on the grounds of EEA. Admission is FREE

OKTOBERFEST at Reflextions Riverhead

FEATURING LIVE MUSIC BY THE BRATWURST BOYS

Don your dirndl and lace up those lederhosen for a day filled with live entertainment, exciting contests, and delectable German-style cuisine from Seaside Grill. Quench your thirst with refreshing brews from our local craft breweries, including North Fork Brewing Co., Tradewinds Brewing, Twin Fork Beer Co., and ubergeek Brewing Company. This family-friendly event is free to attend and features fun activities like a costume contest and stein holding competition. 

Join us for a festive celebration that’s sure to delight all ages!

Reflextions – Art in the Park

A lighting event with installations lit and Live Music by Soapbox Messiah

Experience Reflextions, a captivating journey awaiting you at Milton L Burns Park (also known as GRANGEBEL PARK) on Peconic Ave in Downtown Riverhead. Set against a scenic backdrop, Reflextions transforms the park into a vibrant, accessible public art space. By day, explore a standalone reflective art display, but as night falls, witness the magic as art pieces illuminate during our special events. Featuring an eclectic mix of “LIGHT” elements, journey through the black light container, take a turn on the seesaws, and grab fun photos with the Butterfly Wings, Seahorse or Octopus. 

Don’t miss out on this immersive experience, where the musical performance from Soapbox Messiah adds another layer to the fun. Performing Revved-up renditions of the greatest Funk and Soul tunes ’70s AM radio had to offer, Soapbox Messiah delivers the kind of show where you’ll know every word and dance to every song!

For more information and details about future Reflextions events, visit reflextionsriverhead.com

October 5th  |  OKTOBERFEST featuring The Bratwurst Boys  |  3p – 9p  

Reflextions – Art in the Park

A lighting event with installations lit and Live Music by Streetwise

Reflextions invites visitors to immerse themselves in a unique, interactive experience nestled within Milton L Burns Park, also known as GRANGEBEL PARK, on Peconic Ave in Downtown Riverhead. Utilizing the park’s scenic beauty, Reflextions creates a captivating public art space that’s free and accessible to all. By day, visitors can explore a standalone reflective art display, but as night falls, the magic truly unfolds with illuminated art pieces during our special events. Featuring an eclectic mix of “LIGHT” elements, journey through the black light container, take a turn on the Seesaws, and grab fun photos with the Butterfly Wings, Seahorse or Octopus. 

Adding to the ambiance, local band Streetwise infuses the air with their music, bringing a nostalgic 80s flair and deep ties to New York City to the Reflextions experience.

For more information and details about future Reflextions events, visit reflextionsriverhead.com

September 7th  |  Musical guest Soapbox Messiah  |  7p – 10p
September 30th  |  OKTOBERFEST featuring The Bratwurst Boys  |  3p – 9p

Reflextions – Art in the Park

A Lighting event with installations lit and Live Music by Who Are Those Guys

Reflextions transforms Milton L Burns Park, also known as GRANGEBEL PARK, on Peconic Ave in Downtown Riverhead into an enchanting, interactive experience for everyone to enjoy. By day, wander through a tranquil reflective art exhibit, harmonizing beautifully with the park’s picturesque surroundings. But as night falls, the true enchantment unfolds with illuminated art pieces during our special events. Featuring an eclectic mix of “LIGHT” elements, journey through the black light container, take a turn on the seesaws, and grab fun photos with the Butterfly Wings, Seahorse or Octopus. 

Adding to the ambiance, live music by Who Are Those Guys fills the air with their timeless sound, drawing comparisons to The Band, Neil Young, Tom Petty, Dylan, and Creedence. With a repertoire spanning rock, blues, folk, and country, Who Are Those Guys brings their unique classic sound to Reflextions, creating an immersive fusion of creativity and community in this free, accessible public art space.

For more information and details about future Reflextions events, visit reflextionsriverhead.com

August 3rd | Musical guest STREETWISE | 7p – 10
September 7th | Musical guest Soapbox Messiah | 7p – 10p
October 5th | OKTOBERFEST with The Bratwurst Boys | 3p – 9p

TALK | ACROSS THE AVENUES: FAIRFIELD PORTER IN NEW YORK at The Parrish Art Museum

Join us for a presentation and talk on Across the Avenues: Fairfield Porter in New York, by Kaitlin Halloran, Assistant Curator and Publications Coordinator. Halloran will discuss Porter’s time spent in Manhattan and the body of work created from the mid-1940’s to mid-1970’s, capturing New York City’s bustling energy through cityscapes and street scenes in works from the Parrish’s permanent collection.

Learn more about Across the Avenues: Fairfield Porter in New York here.

Friday Nights are made possible, in part by The Corcoran Group.

Rites of Spring Music Festival: Sounds of Images

The performance is an adaptation of Anne’s artist’s book: “The Garden.”

Improvised music pieces and original music works will take the place of the abstract visuals in “The Garden.”
As in the book, the performance will start with a music piece, followed by its partner story. The music and readings will alternate throughout the performance for the eleven short stories. A final music work will conclude the performance.  
The visuals use color and pattern to create a mood or feeling that shifts from story to story. The collective design of the visuals starts with an image of dark chaos. The images are completely symmetrical with one side mirroring the other. The concluding image presents a new, re-ordering of the elements in warm, bright colors.  (See below the “storyboard ” image)

“The Garden” is a series of emotionally evocative abstract images with eleven semi-autobiographical single-page stories centering on themes of abandonment and loss. Stylistically reminiscent of children’s literature, Pundyk’s tales hint of secrets and truths, as they trace familial ties, tragedy, art, nature and a cathartic sense of sharing.

Keb ‘Mo’ at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Embark on an electrifying musical journey with Keb’ Mo’ as he bridges the soulful streets of Compton to the heart of Nashville in his enthralling new album, Good To Be. Blending over forty years of musical evolution, Keb’ stitches together the threads of country, soul, and blues to create a sound that defies boundaries. Feel the warmth of his roots and the pulse of resilience with each track, produced by legends like Vince Gill and Tom Hambridge, and featuring special guests including Darius Rucker and Old Crow Medicine Show. With his magnetic voice and relentless optimism, Keb’ Mo’ delivers an album that celebrates life’s tapestry, inspiring joy and reflection. As a five-time GRAMMY winner, Keb’ Mo’s concerts are not just performances, but transformative experiences that connect us to our own stories of home and heart. Witness Keb’ Mo’ live and you’re in for more than just a concert; it’s a soul-stirring homage to the power of music and the spirit of perseverance that promises to leave you with a sense of homecoming and a heart full of joy.

Musical Theatre Camp: Robin Hood at WHBPAC

Campers are cast on Monday, and by Friday, they are performance-ready with costumes and sets! And when they’re not rehearsing, campers will be learning all about theatre and singing from WHBPAC’s acclaimed Teaching Artists, enjoying pizza parties and ice cream socials and participating in the ever-popular “Spirit Days!”

About ROBIN HOODThe time is simply long ago and the place is the magical, mythical Sherwood Forest. Our hero, Robin Hood, and his Merry Band of colorful characters seek the help of the Foresters, manage to waylay the Aristocrats and set out to rescue Maid Marion and Marion’s Maid. Prince John tries to stay calm as his Sheriff, guards and horsemen botch Robin’s arrest thanks to the aromatic Skunks. Wacky humor and an original score add to this fresh new look at a legendary outlaw in a legendary time.

Musical Theatre Camp: Jack and the Beanstalk at WHBPAC

Monday through Friday, July 15, 2024 – July 19, 2024, Ages 6-14, 10am – 4pm. Campers are cast on Monday, and by Friday, they are performance-ready with costumes and sets! And when they’re not rehearsing, campers will be learning all about theatre and singing from WHBPAC’s acclaimed Teaching Artists, enjoying pizza parties and ice cream socials and participating in the ever-popular “Spirit Days!”

About JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. What happens when a young boy plants Wonder Beans in his own backyard? For Jack, it is the beginning of a great adventure. With a little help from P.T. Wonder and a Giant, Jack learns a valuable lesson about true happiness. This musical production also features a host of other characters, including the Elegant Harp, Jill, Mother, Milky White, the Farmers, the Merchants, the Circus Performers and the Wonder Beans.

Musical Theatre Camp: Wizard of Oz at WHBPAC

Monday through Friday, July 29, 2024 – August 2, 2024, Ages 6-14, 10am – 4pm. Campers are cast on Monday, and by Friday, they are performance-ready with costumes and sets! And when they’re not rehearsing, campers will be learning all about theatre and singing from WHBPAC’s acclaimed Teaching Artists, enjoying pizza parties and ice cream socials and participating in the ever-popular “Spirit Days!”

About WIZARD OF OZ: The story is as familiar as it is beloved. That nasty tornado carries Dorothy and her canine pal Toto from the friendly confines of her Kansas home to a fabled fantasy of mystery in the land of Oz. Our story begins with the Illusionists who set the scene for the tale you are about to witness. With the help of the Munchkins and Glinda herself, the young Miss Gale and her loyal pooch join forces with the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and, of course, the Cowardly Lion. Off they go down the Yellow Brick Road–side-stepping a Wicked Witch and her ferocious Kalidahs, Flowers that are far nicer-looking than they act, and the loyal Green Guard–on their perilous journey to find the Wizard and ask for his help. For they are sure his Wizness will grant their wishes and send Dorothy and Toto back to their home­–or will he? We’ll never tell. Come see for yourself.

Camp Broadway at WHBPAC

Monday through Friday, July 22, 2024 – July 26, 2024, Ages 10 – 17, 9am – 5pm. Camp Broadway gives enthusiasts of the Great Bright Way the chance to work with real Broadway professionals. Campers will learn choreography, music and acting as they prepare a show-stopping performance for family and friends at the end of the week. Drum Roll Please…..this summer’s session will be based on the 1955 comedy smash, DAMN YANKEES, known for musical theatre and mainstream hits like “Whatever Lola Wants.” Even more exciting, mid-week, campers will travel via motor-coach to NYC for a Broadway show! This summer, campers will be zooming to BACK TO THE FUTURE on Broadway!!

Musicals of the Magic Kingdom at WHBPAC

Musicals of the Magic Kingdom: Monday through Thursday, August 5, 2024 – August 8, 2024, Ages 5 & 6, 9am – 12pm. Campers will work with WHBPAC’s nurturing Teaching Artists to explore the world of musical theatre, using Disney’s biggest hits on Broadway. Our youngest thespians will learn all about singing, acting, and movement, all while building confidence and expressing themselves. The week culminates in a showcase for family and friends on the WHBPAC stage!

Musical Theatre Camp: Pinocchio at WHBPAC

Monday through Friday, August 12, 2024 – August 16, 2024, Ages 6-14, 10am – 4pm. Campers are cast on Monday, and by Friday, they are performance-ready with costumes and sets! And when they’re not rehearsing, campers will be learning all about theatre and singing from WHBPAC’s acclaimed Teaching Artists, enjoying pizza parties and ice cream socials and participating in the ever-popular “Spirit Days!” About PINOCCHIO: Geppetto fashioned the puppet in the image of a small boy. Even as the lonely and kind woodcarver worked far into the night, old Geppetto was not aware that the wood under the chisel had come from the trunk of an enchanted tree. But the Blue Fairy was aware, as she watched from afar and gave to that puppet the gift of life. Thus, begins this musical theatre adaptation of one of the most beloved of all children’s stories–PINOCCHIO.

Join our wooden-head as he dances with Geppetto’s charming toys, travels the road to Pleasure Isle with Candlewick and his Crew, and is swindled by the unsavory Fox and Cat. After escaping the clutches of the evil puppet master, Stromboli, Pinocchio finds himself in trouble once more–this time swallowed by a monstrous whale. Very scary stuff! As Geppetto and the friendly Urchins spin their magical tale, we learn with Pinocchio that there are no shortcuts on the road to becoming a real, live boy.

Paul Reiser at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Comedian, actor, television writer, author and musician Paul Reiser is one of Hollywood’s most prolific creatives—and he shows no signs of slowing down.

2022 was a busy year for Reiser. In Hulu’s new critically-acclaimed comedy series “Reboot” from Modern Family creator Steve Levitan, Reiser plays Gordon, the original creator of the old sitcom being rebooted. Awards Daily says “Reiser truly excels, giving one of his very best performances…here, he reminds us just how very funny and experienced he is in the world of television comedy.”

He also took his first step into bloody, superhero glory, joining Season 3 of Amazon Prime’s Emmy-nominated The Boys, playing “The Legend.” Also this year Reiser filmed “The Problem with People,” an original comedy feature film which he wrote, produced, and stars in alongside Jane Levy and Colm Meaney.

Reiser currently stars in two hit shows for Netflix: Stranger Things—the company’s biggest series of all time—where he plays Dr. Sam Owens, a role created by the Duffer Brothers specifically for him; and Chuck Lorre’s The Kominsky Method, for which he received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in and Golden Globe-winning comedy ended in May 1999 and premiered 20 years later as a limited series on Spectrum Originals. All seven seasons of the original Mad About You and the re-visit are available for streaming on Amazon Prime.

The multi-faceted actor also revived one of his most iconic roles in the highly anticipated return of Mad About You, the long-running hit 90s comedy Reiser co-created and starred in with Helen Hunt. The Emmy, Peabody and Golden Globe-winning comedy ended in May 1999 and premiered 20 years later as a limited series on Spectrum Originals.

Throughout his prolific career, Reiser has worked with both independent and mainstream filmmakers. Having earned acclaim for his supporting role in the Academy Award-winning film Whiplash, Reiser was also recently seen alongside Kevin Hart in the Netflix feature Fatherhood, John McDonagh’s War on Everyone and in frequent collaborator Jeff Baena’s “The Little Hours” and “Horse Girl,” which premiered at Sundance 2020, the fourth film the pair has worked on together. The veteran actor has garnered praise for notable performances in films such as Diner, Bye Bye Love, Aliens, One Night At McCool’s, Beverly Hills Cop I/II and The Thing About My Folks, which Reiser wrote for his co-star Peter Falk.

Reiser is a fixture behind the camera as well. He co-created and co-produced There’s Johnny!, a seven-episode series which originally streamed on Hulu and now streams on Peacock. The show, a fictional story set behind-the-scenes of Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show circa 1972, co-created with filmmaker David Steven Simon and co-produced with director David Gordon Green in conjunction with The Carson Company, premiered to critical praise, with Decider saying There’s Johnny! is “a television experience unlike any I’ve seen on TV in recent years” and “unfolds like a dream, a memory fondly recalled.”

As an author, Reiser’s first book, Couplehood, sold over two million copies and reached the number one spot on The New York Times bestsellers list. His subsequent books, Babyhood and Familyhood, were best sellers as well. Voted by Comedy Central as one of the Top 100 Comedians of All Time, Reiser regularly performs sold-out standup at venues nationwide with dates currently booked throughout 2022 and beyond.

A SUNY Binghamton graduate of its prestigious music program, Reiser co-wrote the theme song for Mad About You, “The Final Frontier,” with Grammy-winning producer Don Was, and released an album of original songs with British singer-songwriter Julia Fordham called Unusual Suspects. Over the course of his career, Reiser has received multiple Emmys, Golden Globes, American Comedy Awards and Screen Actors Guild nominations.

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William Shatner: You Can Call Me Bill

From make-believe starship captain to a real-life rocketman, William Shatner has led one of the most unique and best-lived lives on the planet. And while the actor William Shatner may be recognizable around the globe, the man behind the masks is even more interesting than the iconic roles he’s played. Join Legion M and the acclaimed documentary team at Exhibit A Pictures (Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on The Exorcist, Memory: The Origins of Alien, 78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene) in producing this fascinating look at one of the most illustrious actors of our time.