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Begin this weekend, July 9th with Hamlet in Brooklyn; Free Film & Exhibit @ Silas Marder; New Film Series @ the Museum of the Moving Image!


by William Shakespeare
Directed by John P. McEneny
Thursday July 9 at 8 pm
Friday July 10 at 8 pm
Saturday July 11 at 8 pm
Thursday July 16 at 8 pm
Friday July 17 at 8 pm
Saturday July 18 at 8 pm
Sunday July 26 at 2 pm

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Thomas Hoagland
Sunday July 12 at 8 pm
Sunday July 19 at 8 pm
Sunday July 26 at 8 pm

Piper Theatre Productions is a not for profit theatre company founded by siblings Rachel and John P. McEneny to offer free, accessible, dynamic theatre for the public. In the summer of 2001, with the help of Hudson River Arts and Reverend S. Burt Ulrich, Piper made its home in Untermyer Park in Yonkers, NY. In 2005, Piper moved the historic Old Stone at the newly renamed Washington Park on 3rd Street and 5th Avenue in Brooklyn.

Piper Theatre Productions is committed to creating opportunities for emerging artists and creating a safe and nurturing youth theatre experience.

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Weekend Screenings Pay Tribute to the 50th Anniversary of the French New Wave

French New Wave Essentials at

The Museum of Arts and Design

Bob Le Flambeur
July 11 & 12, 2 PM
1956, 98 mins. Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville.

July 11 & 12, 4 PM
1959, 90 mins. Directed by Jean-Luc Godard.

For information about the series and the full schedule click here.

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Free films on the Hay Wall & an Exhibition at Silas Marder Gallery
details below

Free Film on the Hay Wall-July 10th; Exhibit & Live Honey Bee Demo July 11th all happening at Silas Marder Gallery!

This Saturday, come to the Silas Marder Gallery between 5 and 9 PM for the opening reception of "Giganticism," a group show exploring concepts of size and scale. Come exactly at 5pm to see a live honey bee demonstration. Also on view is a shed show featuring artwork by the children of the Bridgehampton Day Care Center.

Join us this Friday for a screening of John Ford's critically acclaimed 1956 Western "The Searchers," starring John Wayne and Natalie Wood. Named 'The Greatest Western of All TIme' by the American Film Institute, "The Searchers" is a tale of a Civil War veteran who embarks on an epic journey to retrieve his kidnapped niece from a Native American tribe.

Films begin at 9 PM, but show up early to enjoy the beautiful gardens at Marders Nursery. All screenings are free and open to the public. For more information, call (631) 702-2306, email us at or visit us online at