The Vineyard Playhouse Presents: Monday Night Specials
Martha's Vineyard Playhouse
Contact: Martha's Vineyard Playhouse
Address: 24 Church St.
Admission fee: Yes
Sponsors: Martha's Vineyard Playhouse
|The Vineyard Playhouse invites you to join them for its Monday Night Specials play reading series. Sponsored by The Liman Foundation and The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank Charitable Foundation Trust. Tickets for the 2 readings in June are half-price – only $15
Monday, June 19 – Gene Play
|Monday, July 3 – Between Worlds: Refugee And Immigrant Voices
Devised and Directed by Joann Green Breuer
A collage of poems, prose, letters, and scenes by women and men from many continents and centuries.
|Monday, July 10 – Kirk At The San Francisco Airport Hyatt
Presented in association with the MacDowell Colony
A new play by MacDowell Colony fellow, Krista Knight
Directed by Claudia Weill
Kristina’s handicapped father Kirk has lived at the San Francisco Airport Hyatt for five years with his Ethiopian nurse/girlfriend – but now he’s running out of money.Monday, July 17 – Light Up The Sky
By Moss Hart
Directed by Christopher Hart
Join Christopher Hart for an extra special evening that includes a reading of the first act of Light Up The Sky, a timeless comedy about “life imitating art”, followed by a discussion about Mr. Hart’s own magical life with his parents, theatrical legends Moss Hart and Kitty Carlisle Hart.
| Monday, July 24 – The Room Where I Was Held
A new play by David Zax
Josh Salazar, a young war correspondent, has just survived a kidnapping abroad, and is recovering at home with his parents. But when Josh’s girlfriend pays a visit from Kabul, we learn the truth about why he took on his most dangerous assignment, and at what cost.
Monday, August 7 – Please Come To Boston
|Monday, August 14 – The Garbologists
A new comedy by Lindsay Joelle
Directed by MJ Bruder Munafo
When a veteran sanitation worker and the new woman on the job find something on their route too valuable to throw out, they’re forced to reappraise in each other what they mistook for trash.Monday, August 21 – She Exits, Laughing
A new play by Marisa Smith
Fortysomething Julie flees her marriage and moves in with her widowed mother-a comedy about how it’s never too late for anything.Monday, August 28 – The Eleventh Hour
A new play by Cathy Tempelsman
A young woman seeks the truth about her brother’s death on the last day of World War I — and discovers that heroism is more complicated than she imagined.
Based on a highly partisan investigation into the army’s treatment of American soldiers.Monday, September 11 -TBA
Monday, September 18 – Unseen
Monday, September 25 -TBA