Rather than unceremoniously remove his installation "Yellow Stretch/Red Hook" from the Guyer Barn, Falmouth sculptor John Cira is making its destruction part of the artistic process.
The Cultural Center's Poets’ Corner Open Mic night will feature readings by by three Luso-American poets on Thursday, August 30: Provincetown natives Frank X. Gaspar and Oona Patrick and Jarita Davis of West Falmouth.
The madness and trauma of war comes into sharp, poetic focus with the Cape Cod debut of "Sticks and Bones" at the Harbor Stage Company in Wellfleet. Ignore at your own peril.
HJT’s production of 'Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland' has all the elements of riveting kid's entertainment: child actors, silly costumes and misbehaving adults. It'll make you want to read the book again—this time, to your kids.
Ever wonder about the women who work those 1-900 phone lines? Cotuit Center for the Arts' latest Black Box production gives you an earful, but it's still a work in progress.
The Harbor Stage Company launches the third and final chapter of its critically-acclaimed inaugural season this week with David Rabe’s tragic farce 'Sticks and Bones,' winner of a 1972 Tony Award.
There's more to Naukabout than just the music. Local artists will be showcasing their talents on stage and around the festival, offering uniquely Cape Cod works of art for sale.
It's not for the faint of heart, but those who like bold theater with a dash of danger will appreciate CCFTA's production of "Cabaret," showing now through August 26.
WHAT's "Hysteria: Or, Fragments of an Analysis of an Obsessional Neurosis" balances laugh-out-loud comedy with deadly serious revelations. Miss it at your own risk!
Will oysters save the world? The Living Arts Institute thinks they have a shot—and may convince you, too, in their arts and science mashup, Cirque de Sea, playing at Provincetown Theatre now through Labor Day.