Rosie’s Theater Kids bring song and dance to Edgartown students

Rosie’s Theater Kids, a nationally recognized arts education organization co-founded by Rosie O’Donnell and Lori Klinger, has come to Martha’s Vineyard for a summer...

Island Theater Workshop invites you to ‘Be Our Guest’ at ‘Beauty...

Cutlery comes alive in Island Theatre Workshop’s (ITW) rendition of “Beauty and the Beast.” “People are dressed as giant five-foot plates, forks, and knives....

Set designer Lisa Pegnato on painting ‘Red’

When you're an actor portraying a real person, you do your research, and to some extent — to a considerable extent if you're a...

Puppet theater inspires imagination in kids young and old

Marsha Winsryg and a crew of talented, inspired puppeteers have been turning the upstairs stage of the Grange Hall in West Tisbury into an...

Shakespeare for the Masses honored

Friends of the Vineyard Haven Library are honoring Nicole Galland and Chelsea McCarthy, adaptors and directors of Shakespeare for the Masses, as outstanding local...

‘Occupied Territories’ bridges the gap between veterans and civilians

It was 1969, and Steve Maxner was in a concrete bunker in Vietnam, witnessing his daughter’s birth for the first time on videotape. Less...

Broadway musical sings and spells fun at the PAC

Audiences love scary stories, and what on this doggone planet is scarier than spelling bees? On one hand, you have a microphone thrust in...

‘Much Ado About Nothing’ is a romping rom-com at the Tisbury...

For his comedies, William Shakespeare must have had a checklist close by: Mistaken identity: check! An evil bastard (literally a bastard): check! A bunch of witty...

Women and Will: Female trio combine forces for Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado...

Imagine yourself in the Tisbury Amphitheatre on a summer afternoon. On the earthen stage before you, a comedy unfolds. As is common in Shakespeare,...

Dan Sharkovitz dissects the meat of ‘Hamlet’ at ‘Islanders Read’ event

“Hamlet” begins with a question: Who’s there? That’s just the start of the play’s enigmatic nature, which has been intriguing and confounding audiences since...