Parties & Openings
March 16 - Williamstown
WCMA Season Celebration
March 3 - Lenox
Andrew DeVries Benefit Party
Feb. 23 - Pittsfield
Real Art Party
Frank Langella Screening and Signing
Tara Kelly reports from Millerton.
The literati turned out to ogle the glitterati when the stylish antiques store Hunter Bee hosted a book signing for Frank Langella (pictured at left) on Saturday, May 5. Langella has been a busy man. He’s criss-crossing the country to promote two pet projects: his new memoir, Dropped Names Famous Men and Women as I Knew Them; and the movie Robot and Frank, to be released in August. Earlier in the day, The Moviehouse screened a special preview of the film, after which Langella, a Millerton resident, answered questions about the movie, his life, and his past roles, holding the audience in his thrall. Then everyone trooped over to the store to get a little face time with the man some know as Dracula, some as Nixon, and some as a neighbor.
Hunter Bee owners Kent Hunter (at left) and Jonathan Bee with their friend, author and actor Langella; The Moviehouse co-owner Bob Sadlon (photo on right) hosted the screening of Langella’s movie Robot and Frank.
Gwenn Evitts and her mother, Marion Evitts, came from Great Barrington; Cheryl Zellman and Marc Gordon.
Jonathan Bee with Judith Singelis of Argazzi Art in Lakeville and Murray Zimiles; literary agent Linda Michaels and writer Lynne Bragonier.
Millerton shop owner Kate Carty and her twin sister, Kelly Carty; Langella with his high school classmate, Anna Mae Kupferer, advertising manager at The Lakeville Journal Co.