The Berklee African Club presents
Reconciliation: Songs of Peace & Protest
Tickets available at the door only, cash or check, $15
DUE TO THE LARGE VOLUME OF PRE-SOLD TICKETS, THE CABARET HAS BEEN MOVED UPSTAIRS TO OUR PATRICIA NEAL STAGE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL SEATS!
Presented in association with mvyradio.org
Jennifer Kimball and friends perform a beautifully eclectic mix of sacred and secular music inspiring a reinvention of the holiday experience; one where the minor keys are just as familiar as major and the season's darkness as deep as its festive lights are welcoming.
Directed by John B. Benitz
IF ALL THE SKY WERE PAPER, written by the New York Times bestselling author Andrew Carroll, is a play based on Carroll’s incredible journey to more than 30 countries, including Iraq and Afghanistan, to seek out the most extraordinary war letters ever written.
Starring MARY STEENBURGEN in a cast of 12 professional actors. This performance is a Special Benefit for Martha's Vineyard Playhouse and the Dukes County Veterans Services "Veterans Grant Fund".
As a young girl In Texas, Monica Rizzio barrel-raced on Pleasant Valley Ranch long before she had ever seen the ocean. When she migrated east and crossed the iconic bridges of Cape Cod in 2004, she instantly became the Washashore Cowgirl.
More, including sample tracks from her album.
Co-produced by Martha's Vineyard Playhouse and 88.7 mvy radio.
The African Club at Berklee promotes the richness and diversity of African music - a potpourri of rhythms and melody that remain, largely, unknown. The concert will highlight the music of East and West Africa and Southern Africa. Audience members will be encouraged to participate and sing-a-long.
Anna Yukevich & Jeremy Berlin
A fund raiser to help cover the cost of refinishing the Patricia Neal Stage floor.