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Driving Miss Daisy Still Tells a Timely Tale on Stage

Louisa Hufstader, Vineyard Gazette

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Dystopian Daze Delivers Both Humor and Darkness

Louisa Hufstader, Vineyard Gazette

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A fresh look at an old masterpiece

By Holly Nadler, MV Times
‘Driving Miss Daisy’ opens at the M.V. Playhouse.

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Monday Night Specials come to an end with ‘Dystopian Daze.’


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‘Who You See Here’ is a funny, smart, and witty production

Gwyn McAllister, MV Times

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Playwright Larry Mollin creates a play from the song ‘Please Come to Boston’

By Holly Nadler, MV Times

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A Love Triangle Plus One, New Play Is Four Wheeling Farce

By Louisa Hufstader, Vineyard Gazette

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‘Julius Caesar’ is still slaying audiences at the amphitheater

By Holly Nadler, MV Times

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For Jenny Allen, She and Her House ‘Were Sort of in This Together

By Penelope Green, The New York Times

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Dusty and the Big Bad World Adds Levity to the Culture Wars

By Louisa Hufstader, MV Times

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Lend them your ears

By Nicole Galland, MV Times

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

By Holly Nadler, Martha's Vineyard Times

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Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse Opens With Timely Tale

By Louisa Hufstader, The Vineyard Gazette

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Science confronts politics in ‘Gene Play’

By Brittany Bowker, Martha's Vineyard Times

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Gene Play Opens Monday Night Specials

Vineyard Gazette

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Monday Night Specials opens with a comedy, Gwyn McAllister’s ‘The Green Rose’

Vineyard Gazette

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Artist Anne Cook at the M.V. Playhouse

MV Times

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Been There, Still There at the Playhouse

Vineyard Gazette

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Cultural Council Announces 2017 Grants

Martha's Vineyard Gazette

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James Langlois in (Mostly) Black and White

Louisa Hufstader, Martha's Vineyard Gazette

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Tom Mullins’ Art Knows No Bounds

By Gwyn McAllister, Martha's Vineyard Times
Solo show at the Playhouse Art Space features acrylics and collage.

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Shakespeare for the Masses Presents Romeo and Juliet

Patricia Neal Stage
Martha's Vineyard Gazette
Quick & Painless & and Free.

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Romeo and Juliet, Juliet, Juliet, Juliet

By Gwyn McCallister, MV Times

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A musical escape through ‘Reconciliation: Songs of Peace and Protest’

by Gwyn McAllister, MV Times

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Patricia Neal Film Series Honors Big Star With Small Town Humility

By Louisa Hufstader, Vineyard Gazette

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King John for the Masses, a Populist Affair


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Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse honors Patricia Neal with film series


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Warming Up Winter With Acoustic Carols

Patricia Neal Stage
By Louisa Hufstader, Vineyard Gazette

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Monday Night Movies, and more, return to the Vineyard Playhouse

By Gwyn McAllister, Martha's Vineyard Times

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Vineyard show focuses on O’Neill characters

By Kathi Scrizzi Driscoll, Cape Cod Times

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Basia Jaworska presents ‘Lives on the Line: Activist, Dissident or Agitator’

By Gwyn McAllister, Martha's Vineyard Times

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Long Day’s Journey into the Kitchen

By Louisa Hufstader, Vineyard Gazette

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

By Holly Nadler, MV Times

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Catch the Monday Night Special at MV Playhouse

Patricia Neal Stage
By The Martha's Vineyard Times

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Portrait of an Abstract Expressionist

By Louisa McCullough, Vineyard Gazette

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Tony Award-Winning Play ‘RED’ hits the Vineyard Playhouse

By Holly Nadler, MV Times

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Shakespeare for the Masses honored

Martha's Vineyard Times

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Set designer Lisa Pegnato on painting ‘Red’

By Gwyn McAllister, Martha's Vineyard Times

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The Nature of Shakespeare Is Best Enjoyed Outdoors

By Mike Kotsopoulos, Vineyard Gazette

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

By Holly Nadler, Martha's Vineyard Times

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Theatre of the Heart Has Big Ideas

By Mike Kotsopoulos, Vineyard Gazette

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Palette of Emotions in Black and White

By Katherine Gianni, Vineyard Gazette

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Women and Will: Female trio combine forces for Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

Tisbury Amphitheater, State Road, Vineyard Haven
By Nicole Galland, Martha's Vineyard Times

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‘Crumbs From the Table of Joy’ hits the stage at the Vineyard Playhouse

By Holly Nadler, Martha's Vineyard Times

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War letters humanize history on the Performing Arts Center stage

By Kelsey Perrett, Martha's Vineyard Times

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War Letters Are Window Into History

By Mike Kotsopoulos, Vineyard Gazette

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Shubert Foundation Awards Over $25 Million in Grants

By Andrew Gans, Playbill

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High Time Equals Profound Times with Dose of Laughter Too

By Louisa Hufstader, Vineyard Gazette

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Michael Chiklis drops by Martha’s Vineyard theater

By Eryn Carlson, Boston Globe Correspondent

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Onstage, a trip back in time with Timothy Leary

By Terry Byrne, Boston Globe Correspondent

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