Singers Emmett Favreau and Jack Crawford have shared the stage since grammar school. Recently, they both performed with the all-state chorus at Symphony Hall.


An Edgartown police car led the way. A young boy in a Santa hat rode in the passenger seat, yelling out a hearty “Merry Christmas!” to the crowd over the cruiser’s PA system. Children and parents alike echoed the refrain.
POSTPONED: The scheduled performance of the high school bands and the Minnesingers has been postponed until Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
The Minnesingers packed more than a year of pent-up musical longing — by both the singers and their fans — into two hour-long shows that brimmed with optimism and joy at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs.
The regional high school Minnesingers return to the stage with two live, in-person performances this weekend at the Tabernacle. Tickets for the spring show will be limited due to health restrictions.


At the performing arts center, there would have been standing ovations. Instead, applause came in the form of blaring car horns for the regional high school production of It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.