Playhouse Heads Outdoors for Summer Season
Opening day at the Tisbury Amphitheatre is July 8 with Scott Barrow starring in the one-character play Every Brilliant Thing.
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The Niceties Returns, More Relevant Than Ever
After a compelling online production of The Niceties by the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse last October, Amy Brenneman and Tsilala Brock reprised their roles in Eleanor Burgess’s play for a live Zoom performance Monday night.
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Playhouse Offers Holiday Concert Online
Featuring singer-actors Paul Munafo and Shelagh Hackett and keyboardist Jeremy Berlin, the free concert is available through Dec. 31 on the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse website.
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Amy Brenneman Stars in Timely Drama
Saturday was the last day to stream The Niceties, starring Amy Brenneman and Tsilala Brock, through the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse.
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Playhouse Reprises Crumbs from the Table of Joy
Louisa Hufstader
The cast and director of a powerful Playhouse production from 2016 are reuniting for a virtual staged reading of the play.
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All the World's a Stage for Vineyard Playhouse
Louisa Hufstader
With the resilience that theatre folk are known for, the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse began working on alternatives to live performance as soon as the pandemic shutdown began in March.
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Main Stage to Outdoor Amphitheater, Summer Season Goes Dark
Louisa Hufstader
With this summer’s season canceled at the Vineyard Playhouse, the Island loses more than a series of evenings at the theatre.
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Playhouse Cancels Summer Shows
The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse announced today it has canceled its summer season of live productions, children’s programs and other events.
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Vineyard Independence Partnership Follows the Creative Spirit
Louisa Hufstader
A new art show highlights the creative side of the Vineyard Independence Partnership, a social organization made up of adults with disabilities.
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Hitting the Bullseye of Heart and Humor
Louisa Hufstader
Taking place on two continents, with multiple sea battles and four on-stage suicides, Antony and Cleopatra has never been an easy play to follow. Shakespeare for the Masses added charts to the mix.
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