All the World Truly Is a Stage for the Fabulists
Katherine Gianni
The desert set the scene for The Fabulists’ hour-long show­—a production filled with improv, one-liners and lots of help from the audience.
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Jabberwocky Scores Another Theatrical Hit
Louisa Hufstader

When Alex Trebek, Bruno Mars and Queen Elsa from Frozen turn up in a 20th-century fairytale romance, you know you’re in Jabberwocky country.

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Angela Davis Looms Large in New Theatrical Memoir
Louisa Hufstader

Angela’s Mixtape, through August 11 at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse, is a time-tripping, genre-blending and often very funny autobiography of its playwright, Eisa Davis, in her childhood and youth.

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Still Soaring, Mary Poppins Lands on the Vineyard
Louisa Hufstader
Mary Poppins opened Wednesday evening at the Performing Arts Center. The production by the Island Theatre Workshop includes spectacular scenery, big musical numbers, appealing child actors and an adorable dog.
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Camp Jabberwocky Takes the Stage
Louisa Hufstader
“Everyone can see we’re together as we walk on by,” sang a roomful of campers and counselors at Camp Jabberwocky.
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Hamlet in the Amphitheater; a Woodsy Venue for a Meaty Role
Noah Asimow
On July 18, Hamlet opens at the Tisbury Amphitheater, with jovial swordplay and playhouse veteran Scott Barrow playing the titular role. The show runs through August 11.
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Passionata at the Playhouse; A Tale of Farcical Proportions
Louisa Hufstader
Passionata, the new play by Gwyn McAllister, is a sparkling period comedy that dances nimbly on the edge of farce.
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Vineyard Arts Project Presents Early Look at New Musical
Louisa Hufstader
Vineyard Arts Project is back with another season of cutting-edge dance, opera and musical theatre residencies.
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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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