Turning Life's Curveballs Into Art
Louisa Hufstader

When Jenny Allen performs this weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse, she’s bringing her acclaimed one-woman show full circle to its original stage.

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For This Performer, It's Much Ado About Everything
Katherine Gianni
Island teacher, producer and mother of two, Brooke Hardman-Ditchfield has added Cambridge to the mix, where she stars in Much Ado About Nothing.
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Giant Turtle, Werewolf, Spiders? All Part of the Neverending Story
Bill Eville
On Sunday, director Heather Capece sits next to the stage at the Katharine Cornell Theatre for the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School’s first dress rehearsal for their play, The Neverending Story.
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Packed Houses, Standing Ovations Greet West Side Story Performances
Holly Pretsky
All weekend long the performing arts center was the place to be for the regional high school's production of West Side Story.
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Sharks and Jets Prowl the High School as West Side Story Opens
Holly Pretsky
The regional high school performs the musical West Side Story this weekend at the Performing Arts Center. The show runs through Sunday.
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The Vagina Monologues Arrive on the the Vineyard
On Sunday, Feb. 11, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the founding of V-Day, the Vagina Monologues is coming to the Vineyard, performed by local women and benefiting local organizations.
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High School Musical Hits the High Notes With Guys and Dolls
Heather Hamacek
Opening night is Thursday, Feb. 16 at the Performing Arts Center for Guys and Dolls, this year's high school musical that stars a talented ensemble of performers.
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High School Musical Rolls the Dice With Guys and Dolls
Bill Eville
Cast and crew at the regional high school are busy transforming the performing arts center into a sultry Havana nightclub for next week's production of Guys and Dolls. The show opens Feb. 16.
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Murder, Mayhem and All that Jazz, High School Play Heats Up February
Heather Hamacek
This weekend, for a night of murder and media scandals, Islanders can turn off the television and head to the Performing Arts Center, where the high school production of Chicago premieres Friday.
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All Alone in the Moonlight Still a Fine Place For High School Felines
Katie Ruppel
The high school’s rendition of the classic 1980s musical, Cats, will premiere at the school’s Performing Arts Center on Thursday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m., with three other performances throughout the weekend.
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