During last Thursday’s IMP rehearsal, there was some hesitation about Hansel. The game was called “Happily Ever After . . . Or Not,” and the improv...
IMP is headed to Chicago. The Island improv troupe has just been named an official selection of the 2013 Chicago Improv Festival. The festival is one...
Prepare to be Betrayed, this time in Edgartown. The one-woman show starring Louise DuArt which premiered to a standing-room-only crowd earlier this...
Editor’s Note: Olive Tomlinson spoke with Linsey Lee, oral history curator for the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, about her recollections of Liz White’s...
"My Mom is trying to ruin my life!” The phrase has been uttered, screamed and moaned countless times through the ages. And now it’s being sung from...
Kate Feiffer is headed off-Broadway. Ms. Feiffer’s book My Mom Is Trying to Ruin My Life was adapted for stage and first appeared at the Vineyard...
Kate Feiffer lights up New York. Ms. Feiffer’s book My Mom Is Trying to Ruin My Life was adapted for stage and first appeared at the Vineyard...
In February Islanders’ thoughts often turn to spring when the snowy, gray haze of winter comes to an end. Green grass will sprout, tiny buds will...
This weekend the group that cannot be tamed — Shakespeare for the Masses — will be not only be peforming The Taming of the Shrew, they will tame that...
The hills are alive with the sweet scents of the Secret Garden, this year’s Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School musical, which begins next...
The Tenth Man written by Paddy Chayefsky first appeared on Broadway in 1959. The play is set in an orthodox synagogue in Queens on a cold winter day...
To go to the theatre or not to go? That could be the question, except here on the Vineyard this weekend. Shakespeare for the Masses is back and doing...

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Arts Briefs

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...

The play A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing begins previews June 26 at 7:30 p.m.

The 37th annual Arts and Society Bloomsday celebration takes place on Wednesday, June 17, at 8 p.m. at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.

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