Keeping the Story Alive to Learn and Wonder
Caroline Kaplan
Look What a Wonder returned to the Vineyard for a one-night show on Monday at the Performing Arts Center. It first played here in 2001.
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On Stage With Bernard Madoff, an Innocent's Perspective
Carol Rocamora
Imagining Madoff is being presented by the New Light Theater Project in New York. Vineyard Jenny Allen stars as a fictional secretary to Bernard Madoff.
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Stepping Creatively Into the Unknown
Louisa Hufstader
Vineyard audiences have two more chances to take part in a daring, international theatre experiment that changes with every performance.
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Theatrical Time Traveling Knows No Boundaries
Holly Pretsky
From outside, it looked like they were coming for a dinner party — a small group of people arriving in the early evening, hands in pockets as they stepped onto the narrow porch of an Oak Bluffs cottage.
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Inhabit the Garden
This weekend begins Abby Bender's run of Inhabit the Garden an immersive work of music, movement, and theatre inspired by T.S. Eliot’s Burnt Norton.
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Theatrical Tribute to Garson Kanin

Jenny Allen and Diana Muldaur Dozier will host a tribute to the late playwright Garson Kanin at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m.

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Poetic Theatre
The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse returns this weekend with another theatrical performance, this time based on the poetry of Sharon Olds.
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Playhouse Opening
Opening night is Sept. 20 for the production of The Room Where I Was Held at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse.
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Cabaret Evening is Broadway Unbound

The Wicked Fun Musical Cabaret is back for a summer concert on Tuesday, August 28 beginning at 8 p.m.

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A Poster Boy for Tragedy and Hope
Katherine Gianni
In the new musical, Poster Boy, playwright Joe Tracz and composer Craig Carnelia give voice to the story of Tyler Clementi.
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