The Charter School’s production of Peter Pan and the Quest to Save Neverland, showing June 16–18 at the Grange Hall, has been chosen to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.


The Charter School performs the Hobbit this weekend, with kindergartners though high schoolers embodying dwarves, elves, walking trees and the wizard Gandalf. Performances are at the Grange Hall on Friday and Saturday.


On Sunday, director Heather Capece sits next to the stage at the Katharine Cornell Theatre for the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School’s first dress rehearsal for their play, The Neverending Story.


Charter School Play

Next weekend, March 30 and 31, the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School will present its annual theater production. This year they take on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a play with essentially four plots in one: a royal wedding, prank-playing fairies, a love quadrangle and workmen trying to put on a play. Something for everyone indeed.