Driving Miss Daisy, at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse through Oct. 7, wastes no time in pulling the audience into its world.
Chilmark resident Brooke Adams made an auspicious playwriting debut Monday at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse.
Opening night for Who You See Here at the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse is Thursday, August 10. The new comedy by Matt Hoverman begins and ends with a...
Next week there will be two benefit screenings at the Film Center in Vineyard Haven of the live stage performance of Falsettos.
The Island Theatre Workshop’s production of Annie opened last weekend and continues with performances Thursday through Sunday.
In the 1940s, a small group of women started the Shearer Summer Theatre. Olive Tomlinson's mother Cutie Bowles was one of them.
The Shakespearean play tells the story of the fall of the Roman general, featuring betrayal, assassination, and brotherhood. In this case, every role...
At the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse through July 29, Cusi Cram’s political comedy Dusty and the Big Bad World is a fast-paced and funny take on the...
Camp Jabberwocky is famous for taking a familiar story and zapping it to life. Mamma Mia! was no different.

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Arts Briefs

Second City Main Stage alums Bruce Jarchow and Nancy McCabe-Kelly are bringing their show, Been There, Still There, to the Martha’s Vineyard...

For its final show of the season, Shakespeare for the Masses is presenting fan favorite Romeo and Juliet, but with a twist.

The Peter Luce Play Readers are taking on The Mousetrap this Saturday, March 11.

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