The PigPen Theatre Co. returns to the Vineyard tonight, July 17, with a new take on their first story, The Hunter and the Bear. This week they have...
PigPen is back. No, not the kid from Peanuts. This is the troupe that specializes in grass roots storytelling, music, puppetry and live theatre.
Pulitzer-prize winning playwright James Lapine is holding a casting call for an eight- to 10-year-old boy who can act and sing for a musical he is...
On a lucky-for-me Saturday in New York city in 1988 I scored twice at the Times Square same-day, cheap ticket booth — single (back row) tickets to...
The play A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing begins previews June 26 at 7:30 p.m.
More than 70 years after his death, James Joyce once again stole the show. For a single night, the Island brought back to life the man and his work.
Saturday night marks the official public opening of the Strand, the culmination of months of hard work and hundreds of thousands of dollars in...
Arnie Reisman’s dark comedy Not Constantinople is a play that evokes large themes — nostalgia, aging, love and morality. The play runs from June 17...
The 37th annual Arts and Society Bloomsday celebration takes place on Wednesday, June 17, at 8 p.m. at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.
The idea for Arnie Reisman’s new play was hatched 10 years ago when he read a New York Times article about a couple living in a witness protection...
The women in history through theatre program led by Phyllis Vecchia just completed its fifth year in Island schools.
This weekend, the Bard returns to the stage at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School for the Spring Shakespeare Workshop.

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Arts Briefs

Vanessa Williams opens up the summer series of Broadway stars on Saturday, July 9.

Crumbs from the Table of Joy opens at the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse on July 7.

The Island Theatre Workshop is holding its annual one-act play festival this weekend, from Thursday, April 14 through Sunday, April 17.

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