Vineyard Theatre is opening our virtual doors for you to spend time with our friends and artistic collaborators. A weekly online series featuring Vineyard artists sharing conversation, insight and performances from celebrated Vineyard productions as well as work in development for future seasons. Find inspiration with our community of artists during this difficult time in all of our lives.
Our programming is free and open to the public, subscribe to our YouTube channel or follow our Facebook page to watch LIVE! If you can not watch it live, you can go back and revisit any episode at anytime here.
Tuesday, June 2 at 5PM – The host and creators of the [title of show] show Vineyard Theatre Virtual Variety Show show celebrate and answer your questions live!
Tuesday, June 9 at 5PM – Nicky Silver, The Vineyard’s most-produced playwright, in conversation about his work (including such celebrated plays as PTERODACTYLS, RAISED IN CAPTIVITY, and THE LYONS) and his longtime collaboration with the company, joined by special guest artists.
Past episodes can be viewed in their entirety here
or click on the names you desire below.
Tuesday, May 19 at 5PM – John Kander, Susan Stroman, and David Thompson talk about their decades-long collaboration, from their first show together, the revival of FLORA THE RED MENACE at The Vineyard, through THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS and THE BEAST IN THE JUNGLE, and how they are working together from home.
Tuesday, May 5 at 5PM – Tina Satter, director of IS THIS A ROOM, and actress Emily Davis join Billie Winner-Davis, Reality Winner’s mother, in conversation about the show, and what has happened to Reality Winner since her arrest, including her current clemency petition. IS THIS A ROOM was recently nominated for four Lortel Awards including Outstanding New Play, Outstanding Director, and Outstanding Leading Actress.
Tuesday, April 28 at 5PM – Michael R. Jackson and Lileana Blain-Cruz discuss the process of creating Jackson’s new show WHITE GIRL IN DANGER, currently in development at The Vineyard, and share material from the piece.
Tuesday, April 21 at 5PM – Colman Domingo will take us into the process of creating his solo show A BOY AND HIS SOUL. He will share his relationship with soul music and the personal experiences that inspired the play and characters. Part personal history, part “process talk” about how to create a show from your personal story, part celebration of soul.
Tuesday, April 14 at 5PM – Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern
Vineyard Theatre Artistic Directors answer viewer questions and share behind-the-scenes stories.
Our programming is free and open to the public. A gift in any amount will not only help us continue supporting our talented community during this difficult time, it will also ensure that The Vineyard emerges from this crisis with the ability to continue to provide an artistic home to artists and revolutionary theatre to you.
If you’re in the position to make a gift to support our work, we hope you’ll consider doing so—even $5, $10, $25 makes a big difference.