‘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...

‘Crumbs From the Table of Joy’ hits the stage at the...

  The best plays are about families falling apart. One could call it dysfunction, but that sounds a tad dry. “Crumbs From the Table of...

A conversation with Paula Poundstone

On Friday, July 1, the Martha’s Vineyard Summer Concert Series will present comedian Paula Poundstone at Edgartown’s Old Whaling Church. Much has been written...

Having a ‘High Time’ at the M.V. Playhouse season opener

The latest offering from the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse finds Timothy Leary in a living room lab, with a tray of sugar cubes soaked in...

View four nights of one-acts at the Katharine Cornell

The Island Theater Workshop will revive their One Act Play Festival this Thursday through Sunday, April 14 through 17, at 7:30 pm at the...

Lots of laughs at Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse

As we progress into the month of April, the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse’s winter season of events will draw to a close, but there’s still...