Bay Street Down South and at Home

A political thriller by a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and a private viewing of a blue-chip art collection are on the agenda when Bay Street Theater flies to Naples, Fla., on April 3. 

Actually, the theater remains in Sag Harbor, but it is offering two days of cultural entertainment, starting on April 3 with tickets to a matinee performance at the Gulfshore Playhouse in Naples of Ayad Akhtar’s play “The Invisible Hand.” 

When it played at the New York Theatre Workshop in 2014, “The Invisible Hand” won Obie and Outer Critics Circle awards. Charles Isherwood of The New York Times said the play “raises probing questions about the roots of the Islamic terrorism that has rattled the world for the last decade and more.” 

Mark Segal, East Hampton Star

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