Women Rule the Outdoor Stage in Julius Caesar
Vivian Ewing
The Shakespearean play tells the story of the fall of the Roman general, featuring betrayal, assassination, and brotherhood. In this case, every role is played by a woman.
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Dusty and the Big Bad World Adds Levity to the Culture Wars
Louisa Hufstader
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 culture wars of the last Republican administration, sparing neither the right nor the left.
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Martha's Vineyard Playhouse Opens With Timely Tale
Louisa Hufstader
Dusty and the Big Bad World, in previews beginning June 30, and running from July 6 through July 29 and running at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse is a darkly hilarious but even-handed take on political correctness.
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Been There, Still There at the Playhouse
Second City Main Stage alums Bruce Jarchow and Nancy McCabe-Kelly are bringing their show, Been There, Still There, to the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse.
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Peter Luce Players Take on The Mousetrap
The Peter Luce Play Readers are taking on The Mousetrap this Saturday, March 11.
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Shakespeare for the Masses Presents King John
Back by populist demand (and popular vote) King John returns to the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse on Saturday, Feb. 4.
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Patricia Neal Film Series Honors Big Star With Small Town Humility
Louisa Hufstader
The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse is paying tribute to the late actress Patricia Neal with a series to her films. Hud, which earned Ms. Neal an Oscar, screens Jan. 23.
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Warming Up Winter With Acoustic Carols
Louisa Hufstader
A music group that plays to sold-out mainland audiences every December is making its Island debut Saturday, Dec. 17.
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Holiday Cabaret
The Vineyard Playhouse is hosting its second cabaret of the season with a holiday show and sing-along on Saturday, Dec. 10.
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Long Day's Journey into the Kitchen
Louisa Hufstader
Meet Bridget Conroy, Cathleen Mullin and Jack Smythe: three characters who had been searching for an author — and full names — since they were first invented by playwright Eugene O’Neill in the 1940s.
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