WHAT Hofstra Entertainment presents a Broadway musical sampler. Tony nominee Robert Cuccioli ("Jekyll & Hyde") teams with Stephanie Pope ("Thoroughly Modern Millie") and Trisha Rapier ("Sister Act") on songs from those shows as well as "Follies," "Company," "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever," "Hairspray," "Funny Girl," "Jersey Boys" and "Porgy and Bess," which opened in revival Jan. 12. "Broadway Live! 2" also features songs from the upcoming Ray Charles musical, "Unchain My Heart."
INFO $35, $30 seniors, $25 students; hofstra.edu/hofstraentertainment, 516-463-6644
PLUS: ' 'Night Mother' on North Fork
INFO $15; 631-477-2972
ART: 'Winners Showcase' at Mills Pond
WHAT Mills Pond House Gallery hosts its annual "Winners Showcase," featuring blue-ribbon artists from each of the Smithtown Township Arts Council's juried exhibitions from 2011 and late 2010. The winning artists are painter Bill Dodge, illustrator James Jahrsdoerfer, pastel and watercolor artist David Jaycox Jr., watercolorist Katherine Hiscox, sculptor Antonia Layton, botanical artist Patricia Luppino, landscape artist Iacopo Pasquinelli, realist painter Barbara Silbert and sculptor Chris Todd. All are from Long Island or New York City.
WHEN | WHERE Through Feb. 8, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays, noon-4 p.m. weekends at Mills Pond House Gallery, 660 Rte. 25A, St. James
INFO Free; stacarts.org, 631-862-6575
PLUS: Construct your own Lego art
WHAT Nassau County Museum of Art presents "Show Us Your Legos," a tour of Nathan Sawaya's Lego art exhibit. Participants are invited to bring their own constructions for show-and-tell or build one at the museum, 11 a.m. Feb. 4, $5 materials fee plus admission; nassau museum.org
MUSIC: Dance to Black Tie Affair Orchestra
WHAT Dance your way back in time with the Black Tie Affair Orchestra. In its midwinter "Tribute to the Big Bands," the Black Tie, led by Tom Manuel, re-creates the sounds of the '40s associated with such greats as Harry James, Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton, Woody Herman, Stan Kenton, Ray Anthony, Les Brown, Charlie Barnett and Count Basie. Bring a date and dance all night. Well, until 9:30 or so.
WHEN | WHERE Saturday night at 7:30, Dix Hills Performing Arts Center, 305 North Service Rd. of the LIE, Dix Hills
INFO $20-$30; dhpac.org, 631-656-2148
PLUS: 'Enchanted Island opera in HD
WHAT The Met: Live in HD features a new title, "The Enchanted Island," featuring music by Handel and Vivaldi, among others, 12.55 p.m. Saturday at Guild Hall, East Hampton; Staller Center, Stony Brook; Peconic Landing, Greenport; Island 16, Holtsville; Farmingdale Multiplex and Westbury Stadium 12; metoperafamily.org