Monday Night Specials
On Monday evenings during the summer, we present readings of new dramatic works for one “special” performance only! Please check back in mid-May for the 2017 schedule of readings.
Sponsored, in part, by THE LIMAN FOUNDATION
Recollections of remarkable women - their hard times and high spirits
When you're working so hard to move forward, what gets left behind? A dark and funny look at two generations of immigrant women.
In the tumultuous summer of 1969, two sisters deal with their aging mother and old sibling rivalries, and discover that love and the ‘Black Revolution’ are not such strange bedfellows.View Details
An idyllic summer on a Russian estate turns into a hotbed of love, passion, and intrigue.
Exploring the universal intersection of faith and sexual identity through first-person accounts of LGBTQ Catholics.
What do you do when your mother likes God better than you?
The power of memory and loss and the unique relationship between a Jewish boy and the man who saved him.
THE BABYLONIAN TALMUD, written by West Tisbury and NYC resident Sig Van Raan, is based on the real-life experiences of the Van Raan family in the 1940's and 1950's. MJ Bruder Munafo is directing the reading with actors Peter Stray, Ella Dershowitz, Jonathan Lipnick and 9 year-old Dillon Fondren.