Spin through time at Spindrift’s winter recital, ‘66’

Updated: 2:30 pm, Jan. 28 This weekend, the 1960s will be revisited in the first annual winter dance recital from Spindrift Studios. The show's title,...

Shakespeare gets a shakeup

Shakespeare for the Masses is an Island institution, known for appropriating the Bard’s plays as quick and easy-to-understand comedies. Since 2008, co-creators Nicole Galland...

Year in Review: Performance

Award winning plays and playwrights complemented local productions for a dazzling year of performance arts

One man, three performances: ‘A Christmas Carol’ comes to Katharine Cornell

A special one-man production of “A Christmas Carol,” starring Neil McGarry of the Bay Colony Shakespeare Company, will come to the Katharine Cornell Theatre...

A delightful nut to crack at the PAC

A holiday tradition gets a fresh take as the Yard presents “Nut/Cracked” this weekend at the Performing Arts Center. Based on the classic Tchaikovsky...

A Wicked winter ahead at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse

A bit of laughter and feel-good entertainment was much appreciated last Saturday night by an audience just absorbing the shock of Friday's news from...

Art and dance meet Halloween: Yard performers in a fright fest...

It doesn’t take a Hollywood set designer to transform the old Marine Hospital in Vineyard Haven — recently purchased by the Martha’s Vineyard Museum,...

Side notes from the Side Yard

A Salt Lake City native, Chloe Jones graduated from Wesleyan University this May with a double major in dance and Hispanic literatures and cultures....

Moving to the ocean: Pathways Projects presents OceA Wilderness at the...

Marianne Goldberg, artistic director and founder of Pathways Living Room Studios, and the Yard invite the Island community to a showing of OceA Wilderness,...

Tribal Baroque brings drama and dance to Union Chapel

The “prayforming duo” Tribal Baroque premiered their new commissioned work, “Esh & Ee-ay” at the Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs over the long holiday...