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(Sagaponack,NY) Twilight Thursday at Wolffer Estate with Alex …..Be Part of the ExperienceTwilight Thursdays at Wolffer Estate Vineyard (139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack, NY) is a Hamptons Tradition at the Winery on Sagg Road a musical afternoon not to be missed! Every Thursday from 5PM to 8PM. Thursday, June 6, 2013 come out and hear Alex, sip some delicious wine and enjoy the breath-taking sunset with some friends. Alex is Lori Stokes of ABC News, oldest daughter.
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Talented with a smoky voice – ALEX will be unforgettable! There is a reason ALEX has developed a following.. With her Smokey , Smooth, and Silky style she has mesmerized audiences at a very tender age, far beyond her generation’s expectations.  From her  sultry ability to captivate singing Adele’s “Set Fire to the Rain” to Sting’s introspective “Fragile” she  reveals a range and scope that echoes the before and after in the annals of great music  literature.  Versatile in selections in French, Greek, and Spanish she has enjoyed rave reviews for her international flare.. the famed “Quien sera” is always a big crowd pleaser.    In order to reach for the stars, she has now joined  forces with the juggernaut Vocal/Artistic  director which Oprah Winfrey has dubbed “The Vocal Coach to the Stars”, Kenn Hicks. Even though Kenn’s client list is quite extensive from JLO, Sting, to Mary J. Blige he has taken an interest in ALEX as a true upcoming artist to watch.  According to Hicks… “ALEX possesses a wealth of zeal, passion, and compassion when she sings which are vital elements of distinction as an artist carves out their own niche in the world of music.”

Hope to see many of you on June 6th  5-8pm at Wolfer...I had the pleasure to see Alex perform last year at Wolffer and I am looking forward to hearing her again this year…..Check out other Wolffer events this summer…click here...

 

Additional Performance Dates this summer…unfortunately not in the Hamptons
Sunday, June 9th  @11:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Join ALEX for Sunday brunch at this wonderful venue located at 23 East Palisades Avenue in Englewood, NJ. 
Monday, June 10th @6:30 PM
Located at 11 West 31st Street in New York, AYZA Midtown offers  elegant wine and gourmet chocolate. Add the sultry sounds of Alex and you’ve got a a formula for fun and maybe a little romance. 
Monday, June 17th and July 8th @ 8:00 PM
Located at 36 N. Van Brunt Street in Englewood, NJ, this Northern New Jersey hotspot boasts fine food and wines and  it’s a great place to hear wonderful music too. 
Thursday, July 11th  @7:00 PM
Located in the center of the quaint town of Westwood, New Jersey at 284 Center Avenue,  Bibi’z serves up exciting dishes and unique ambiance. Add the incredible sounds of ALEX and you’ve got an ideal evening!

Wainscott, NY..Hamptons Party scene 2013 gets an Early start..Greetings Hamptons Mouthpiece readers, are you ready for what I think is going to be an exciting and electrifying summer in the Hamptons?  I am so excited about the planned events for the summer and I am very happy to be working with my friend Sean Burns for is what is rumored to be some of the hottest events Happening in the Hamptons this summer.

To get things started Georgica will be hosting it’s  5th Season opening party on Saturday, May 15th starting @ 630pm.

Complimentary Champagne, Wine, or a MDW Cocktail and passed hors D’Oeuvres

$30 Three course Prix Fix available 630pm-12m

*Dinner Reservations are suggested. If you are not dining then stay and enjoy the night and all the great music.

Estee Maria Band is performing 630-11pm…Love this Band, so make sure you bring those dancing shoes because this band is amazing.. 

Followed by Late Night Dancing and Drinks with DJ CRED

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Stay tuned for Friday nights at Georgica this summer, This will be a happening spot in the Hamptons this summer.

Nominations for the 11th Annual Teeny Awards are…..Greetings Hamptons MouthPiece Readers.….I am especially excited to see some extremely talented young people who I know on this list. Congratulations to all the nominees you are all very talented and should be very proud of this accomplishment. Below is a Press release sent today from East end Arts…

 11th-Annual Teeny Awards Nominations Announced

Awards Ceremony to be held on June 9, 2013

Presented by East End Arts

East Hampton High School's South Pacific
East Hampton High School’s South Pacific

(RIVERHEAD, NY, May 8, 2013) – East End Arts is thrilled to announce the 2013 Teeny Awards Nominees. Theatrical productions presented by the 17 participating East End high schools have been attended and reviewed by a panel of volunteer judges. Evaluations of student performances were based on skills demonstrated in Movement (physical expression, gesture, posture, fluidity), Delivery (projection, articulation, interaction, timing, expression), and Stage Presence (confident, believable, enthusiastic, charismatic, dynamic). Evaluations of performances in Musical Productions also include skills in Singing (intonation, range, interpretation, phrasing, rhythm, articulation, ensemble work) and Dancing (technique, fluidity, expression, gesture, ensemble work). The Teeny Awards, conceived from the idea of the Antoinette Perry Awards – The Tony Awards – for Broadway shows, has been celebrating excellence in high school theater across the East End of Long Island since 2002, and is presented and coordinated by East End Arts.

The top five scoring students are the nominees. A formal awards ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, June 9, 2013 at Southold Junior-Senior High School, hosted by award-winning broadcaster, producer, host and interviewer, Bonnie Grice, during which the winners will be announced. The 11th-Annual Teeny Awards ceremony is open to the public. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.eastendarts.org/programs/events/teeny-ceremony.html. Tickets are $20 in advance (must purchase by 5 PM on June 7), and $25 at the door. Southold Junior-Senior High School is located at 420 Oaklawn Avenue in Southold, NY.

And the nominees are:

DRAMA

Lead Actor in a Drama

Eliminas Abromaitis, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Casey Pitcher, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Brian Rocha, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Jonathan Troiano, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Jamie Tuthill, McGann-Mercy, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

 Lead Actress in a Drama

Nicole Chiuchiolo, McGann-Mercy, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Brionna Cook, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Amanda Osborne, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Jordan Tapley, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Alex Stanco, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind

 Supporting Actor in a Drama

Anthony DeFeo, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Aubrey Jowers, Ross, One Acts: The Sin Eater
Perry Ladouceur, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Andrew Nucatola, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Patrick O’Brien, McGann-Mercy, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Supporting Actress in a Drama

Danielle Allen, McGann-Mercy, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Emma Bernhardt, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Erin Plitt, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Maria Popova, Ross, One Acts: The Sin Eater
Jessica Sisti, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol 

COMEDY

Lead Actor in a Comedy

Chris Durst, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace
Zach Fisher, Shoreham-Wading River, Don’t Drink the Water
Yori Johnson, East Hampton, Pygmalion
Sean Mannix, Shoreham-Wading River, Don’t Drink the Water
Oliver Orr, Mattituck, Are Teachers Human?
Southold/Greenport's Trixie Teen Detective
Southold/Greenport’s Trixie Teen Detective

Lead Actress in a Comedy

Maggie Daley, Shoreham-Wading River, Don’t Drink the Water
Gayle Gammon, Southold/Greeport Co-Production, Trixie, Teen Detective
Mally Fogarty, Mattituck, Are Teachers Human?
Rachel Lohrius, Shoreham-Wading River, Don’t Drink the Water
Rachel Rienecker, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace
Julia Tyson, East Hampton, Pygmalion

Supporting Actor in a Comedy

Nicholas, Auletti, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace
Tom Batuello, Mattituck, Are Teachers Human?
Anthony DeVita, Shoreham-Wading River, Don’t Drink the Water
Jack Vicari, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace
Ryan Zlatniski, Mattituck, Are Teachers Human?

Supporting Actress in a Comedy

Nicole Chiuchiolo, McGann-Mercy, You Can’t Take it With You
Gwyn Foley, Mattituck, Are Teachers Human?
Abigail Gianis, Sag Harbor, Hurry Up and Wait
Denise Mulemga, Ross, One-Acts: No Dogs Allowed
Sydney Campbell, Southold/Greeport Co-Production, Trixie, Teen Detective

MUSICAL

Lead Actor in a Musical

Sam Bracken, Southold, Grease
John Coyne, Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
John Drinkwater, Greenport, Guys & Dolls
Francesco Logozzo, Westhampton Beach, Footloose
Ryan Schaefer, Center Moriches, The Wiz

 Lead Actress in a Musical

Emily Hinz, Sag Harbor, Funny Girl
Laura Logan,  Sweeney Todd
Susanna Kelly, Southold, Grease
Kayla Matters, Southampton, Fame
Brianna Pagano, Greenport, Guys & Dolls
Doree Primavera, Hampton Bays, Annie Get Your Gun

Supporting Actor in a Musical

Matt Drinkwater, Greenport, Guys & Dolls
Denis Hartnet, Sag Harbor, Funny Girl
Daniel Lilley, Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Brian Rocha, Eastport-South Manor, The Music Man
Jack Dunne, Southold, Grease

Supporting Actress in a Musical

Lea Gianbruno, Shelter Island, Legally Blonde
Isabella LeBoeuf, Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Michaela Manno, Southold, Grease
Shelby Pickerell, Southold, Grease
Lily Spellman, Hampton Bays, Annie Get Your Gun

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE

This category was created to recognize a student who shines brightly in a role that is not eligible for adjudication in the leading or supporting categories.

Gwen Clarke, Southampton, Ms. Sherman in Fame
Rebecca Dwoskin, Sag Harbor, Trixie in Funny Girl
Alexandra Lasot, Southold, Teen Angel in Grease
Lara Mahaffy, Southold, Ursula in Trixie, Teen Detective
Tye Granger, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace

JUDGES’ CHOICE AWARD

This award is for a particular scene, musical number, dance number, or group that the judges feel stands out enough to warrant special recognition. This year, the recipient is The Greek Chorus from Shelter Island’s Legally Blonde.

 CHOREOGRAPHY

Victoria Carroll, Riverhead, Fiddler on the Roof
Megan McGuiness and Jennifer Navarette, Eastport-South Manor, The Music Man
Southold Dance Captains, Southold, Grease
Ryan Schaefer, Center Moriches, The Wiz
Mattituck's Once Upon a Mattress.
Mattituck’s Once Upon a Mattress.

OUTSTANDING ENSEMBLE

Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

Mattituck, Once Upon a Mattress    

 PLAYBILL/POSTER ART

Sadie Klughers, East Hampton, Pygmalion
Daniel Pritchard, Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Amanda Tomasello, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Stephen Spinelli, Shoreham-Wading River, Sweeney Todd
Gretchen Walter, Southold, Trixie, Teen Detective

STAGE MANAGEMENT RECOGNITION – The following students are all recognized for their invaluable contributions as STAGE MANAGERS

Mariah Brengel, Shoreham-Wading River
Jesse Buchter, Westhampton Beach
Ian Byrne, McGann-Mercy
Quinn Carey, McGann-Mercy
Helen Chen, Mattituck
Jaclyn Conway, Southold-Greenport Co-Production
Jaclyn Conway, Southold
Emily Fey, Center Moriches
Mayra Gonzalez, Mattituck
Jennifer Hall, Sag Harbor
Melissa Hickox, Mattituck
Julie Lindell, Shoreham-Wading River
Kyra McAlary, Eastport-South Manor
Rae LaBorne, Sag Harbor
Shelly Matthers, Sag Harbor
Scott McVetty, Center Moriches
Kevin O’Brien, Center Moriches
Anne O’Rourke, Mattituck
Solomon Polshek, Ross
Christine Sipala, Longwood
Stephen Spinelli, Shoreham-Wading River
Jerilynn Toole, Riverhead
Zoë Vatash, Sag Harbor
Kerrie Vila, Sag Harbor
Sean Walden, Greenport
Rachel Williams, Riverhead

 TECHNICAL DESIGN RECOGNITION – The following students are all recognized for their invaluable contribution in TECHNICAL DESIGN 

Savannah Calderale, Southold, Grease – Set Design
Denis Hartnet, Sag Harbor, Funny Girl – Set Design
Catherine Penn, Riverhead, Arsenic and Old Lace and Footloose – Costume Design
Daniel Lilly, Longwood, M*A*S*H* – Lighting Design

INNOVATIONS IN THEATRE EDUCATION

This award recognizes the efforts of a school that goes above and beyond to support exceptional theatre arts education. This year,Bridgehampton High School is being recognized for its production of “A Night on Broadway: A Musical Revue,” which was a non-book musical written, performed and produced by its students and volunteer staff. This is the first theatrical production in the school, and, we hope, will be the first of many.

 The 11th Annual Teeny Awards is made possible by the support of our sponsors. We extend our thanks to our Lead Sponsors, Suffolk County National Bank and Riverhead Toyota, as well as Astoria Federal Savings, Mary Ann & Joseph Martorano, TangerOutlet Center, Applebee’s, and Bridgehampton National Bank, as well as Media Sponsors WPPB 88.3FM, MyLITV.com, and Hamptons Magazine.

For more information about the Teeny Awards, contact Morgan Vaughan at teenyawards@eastendarts.org or 310-600-4296, or visithttp://www.eastendarts.org/programs/events/teeny-ceremony.html.

East End Arts, established in 1972, is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit arts organization, and operates a School of the Arts, an Art Gallery, and presents a variety of events and programs to promote the arts year-round. Proceeds from all events, sales, classes, donations, and memberships benefit the mission of bringing the arts to everyone and inspiring communities through service, advocacy and education.

Stephanie Smith
Marketing & PR Manager
East End Arts
133 East Main Street
Riverhead, NY 11901
631-727-0900

stephanie.smith@eastendarts.org

www.eastendarts.org

Monica Hughes Sings Live at The Palm

Hello Friends…if you are looking for something to on a Wednesday night..come out to hear Monica sing…she lights up a room and you are sure to have a fantastic time…Wednesday nights are apparently the place to be on a cold winter night in the Hamptons.

  • 7:00pm until 9:00pm
  • The Palm Restaurant in East Hampton

Monica will be performing this Wednesday, February 27, 2013