Second City Main Stage alums Bruce Jarchow (Parks and Recreation / Boss / Seinfeld / Ghost) and Nancy McCabe-Kelly (web series Teachers as seen on the Onion Channel / Welcome! To Prison / TBS Comedy Festival, Just for Laughs) are bringing their highly praised show BEEN THERE, STILL THERE to the Playhouse for ONE NIGHT ONLY.
The show follows a baby boomer couple on a road trip to Wisconsin for a destination wedding. Along the way they ponder empty nest angst, becoming victims of both urban gentrification and illogical technology, and anything else that comes to mind, with the local radio and nostalgia of Wisconsin as their backdrop. Though this is a scripted show, each performance is slightly different as they expound, riff and allow themselves to go off script as the spirit (and audience) moves them.
Tickets $20 Adults, $15 Juniors (under 30)
General admission tickets available at the door only, cash or check, $15
For 15 years the Peter H. Luce Play Readers have been meeting every Wednesday at the Vineyard Haven Senior Center from 9 a.m. to noon to read plays of every era and of every genre, from Shakespeare to Shaw, Neil Simon to Ibsen and Albee. And then on rare occasions the group goes public and invites a crowd to come hear them read.
No advance reservations. General Seating. Donations Gratefully Accepted.
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".