2017 ‧ Sport/Documentary ‧ 85 min.
Followed by a Q&A with filmmakers Ben and Orson Cummings
Legendary coach, Carl Johnson, leads four seniors and one freshman phenom as the Bridgehampton High School Killer Bees set out to defend their New York State title. Beside Coach Johnson on the bench is world renowned artist, Joe Zucker. Behind them in the stands community leaders fight to keep the school open and preserve a place for the black population in the Hamptons.
A skeleton crew of five set out to document the ebb and flow of one Killer Bees season. The story they found went beyond basketball to examine issues of race and absurd income inequality in the middle of the Hamptons. As word spread the film attracted a dream team of producers, including all time NBA great and art enthusiast, Shaquille O’Neal.
Presented with Rogers Memorial Library.
Puppets 2.0 takes puppetry to the next level. Design and make puppets, create stories and performances with Goat on a Boats Liz Joyce in this four-week long workshop. Kids will collaborate to create a series of short videos and a live performance using, hand puppets, shadow puppets and all manner of objects that are brought to life by our puppeteers.
This popular class will explore how to expand your range and expression, sing with more freedom, gain better breath control, and learn how to take care of your voice. You will learn effective vocal warm-ups and ways to address performance anxiety. A recital for family and friends will also take place after the 4-week session.