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    The M.V. Playhouse sets the stage

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    The lights will be on at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse all winter and spring, thanks to a variety of programs and events for both kids and adults. Adding to the playhouse’s already diverse list...

    A funny, smart, and witty production comes to the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse

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    Mather Zickel and Kat Fairaway in "Who You See Here." —MJ Bruder Munafo Before a single word of dialogue is spoken in the new comedy “Who You See Here,” currently playing at the Martha’s Vineyard...

    All female rendition of ‘Julius Caesar’ at the Tisbury Amphitheater

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    “Julius Caesar,” one of Shakespeare’s most-produced plays, has been a hot news topic these past few weeks. In case you missed it, here’s why: The Public Theater production of the play in New York...

    ‘Dusty and the Big Bad World’ opens the Vineyard Playhouse season with a bang!

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    Kevin Cirone, left, plays Nathan and Zada Clarke, right, as Karen. In these times when we’re all running around like Chicken Little, hunting for our passports, and wondering if Martin Luther King Jr. was deluded...

    Dwight & Nicole return to rock the Katharine Cornell Theater

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    Dwight and Nicole are songwriters and performers of the kind of soul, blues, and R & B that speaks to you even when they’re playing and not singing. Their intensity is normally reserved for...

    Longtime group of play readers bring on the belly laughs

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    For the past 22 years, a group named the Peter H. Luce Play Readers has been meeting every Wednesday morning at the Tisbury Council on Aging for one purpose: to read and discuss plays....

    There’s still a lot of love off-season at the Vineyard Playhouse

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    There's a lot going on at the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse these days. While the summer season of theater ended on Oct. 8, the playhouse is once again keeping its doors open all winter with...

    “The Second Girl” is the final play of the season at Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse

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    There’s probably no theatergoer alive who hasn’t seen at least one production of Eugene O’Neill’s masterpiece, “Long Day’s Journey into Night,” an autobiographical portrait of the playwright’s own family, set in pre-World War I...

    Puppet theater inspires imagination in kids young and old

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    Marsha Winsryg and a crew of talented, inspired puppeteers have been turning the upstairs stage of the Grange Hall in West Tisbury into an enchanted puppet theater this summer. Two Monday morning double features during...

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

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    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 wordplay: check! Manipulation of lovers’ affections: check! Fear of cuckoldry: check! And, most important,...