Vineyard Arts Project Helps Cultivate Stories That Matter
Caroline Kaplan
On Saturday August 24 at 6 p.m. Vineyard Arts Project will host a staged reading of the first act of Cullud Wattah, which follows three generations of African-American women through Flint, Michigan’s water crisis.
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Cirio Collective
Cirio Collective returns to Vineyard Arts Project for their fifth consecutive season on Friday, July 12 at 7 p.m.
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Vineyard Arts Project
The Vineyard Arts Project begins its summer season on Saturday, June 8 with BalletCollective.
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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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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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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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Giving History a New Voice Keeps It Alive
Chloe Reichel

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks was on the founding fathers beat long before Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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Arts Incubator Grows Decade of Creative Roots in Edgartown
Louisa Hufstader
Vineyard Arts Project celebrates its 10 anniversary this summer. The summer season begins this weekend with a pair of shows at the Upper Main street campus in Edgartown.
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From K'naan to The Phobia Clinic, Public Theater Residency Soars
Louisa Hufstader
A Somali-Canadian rapper whose best-known song has racked up more than 50 million online-video views (so far) is in Edgartown this week to develop his first musical for the stage, commissioned by New York’s Public Theater.
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Not Just for Relaxing, Martha's Vineyard Is An Arts Incubator
Louisa Hufstader
Performing artists come to the Vineyard to refresh themselves creatively and develop new work, and Island audiences see exciting performances in return: new plays, musicals and even ice-skating dancers from Canada.
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