"Vineyard Theatre is one of the great Off-Broadway incubators of new American plays and musicals."
—Playbill

Mission & History

HISTORY OF THE VINEYARD

Vineyard is a nonprofit Off-Broadway theatre company that has produced groundbreaking new plays and musicals for 30 years. Notable plays originating at the Vineyard include Paula Vogel’s How I Learned to Drive (1998 Pulitzer), Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women (1994 Pulitzer), Nicky Silver’s Pterodactyls and Raised In Captivity, and the successful Broadway transfer of hit shows such as Avenue Q, The Scottsboro Boys, [title of show], and The Lyons.

 

“The Vineyard has the longevity and track record of a theatre three times its size. Hardly a season goes by without the company’s producing a popular or critical success.”

The New York Times