Now is the winter of our discontent. These classic lines from Shakespeare’s play Richard III will presumably be said by Chris Roberts when he stars...
What to do in the off-season? The Vineyard Playhouse, which opened its doors again this summer to a refurbished building and stage, seems to have...
Chilly weather gets a whole lot better when you add a little music to it. The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse hosts a cabaret benefit that supports, who...
Two one-act plays take the stage at the Katharine Cornell Theatre the next two weekends when Five Moon Theatre presents James McClure’s Laundry and...
The West Tisbury library hosts a one-time performance of Arnold Rabin’s new play, What do people talk about when they have nothing to say? on...
Some say you can smell the Carolina salt air when you see King Mackerel & The Blues Running: Songs and Celebrations of the Carolina Coast.
Satchel Paige and the Kansas City Swing begins on the baseball diamond.
In the classic stage version of Peter Pan, Sandy Duncan flew across the stage with apparent ease. But she was a whippet of a woman who could fly if a...
Peter Pan the musical soars to the stage of Performing Arts Center at the regional high school from August 16 to 19 and August 21 to 24 to benefit...

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Arts Briefs

Directors and actors get to shine during the Island Theatre Workshop’s One Act Play Festival opening on Friday, March 20, at 7:30 p.m. at the...

What happens to Twelve Angry Men when you throw women into the mix? Do they stay angry or do they become a more even-tempered group?

This weekend, just for the fun of it, watch Brian Ditchfield descend into madness during the production of King Lear performed by the Shakespeare for...

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