It’s not news that there’s a bias toward the elderly population on the Cape, but when it comes to the arts, the lack of young people brings up a larger issue about diversity and survival of the arts scene.
Drama is alive and well on the Cape. But while theater does much to unite the community, online drama has the opposite effect. Are the drama queens going too far?
American Buffalo is a play that will find you either thinking over its nuances long after the house lights have come up, or one that will leave you hanging—and that’s the point.
There’s something about spring and art that seems to go together. From new exhibits at PAAM to an encaustic conference coming up at Truro Center for the Arts, there's plenty of ways to incorporate the arts into your life!
The Vagina Monologues are coming to a bar near you! Come join the celebration of the ever-revered yet under-celebrated vagina on March 22nd at Grumpy’s Pub in Falmouth.
Imagine Lord of the Rings as performed by an inept community theater troupe who are failing by way of Monty Python. That's what you'll get with the latest experiment to come out of WHAT Lab, hitting the Julie Harris stage this week.
Who says "it ain't easy being green?" Take five minutes to check out an exhibit on that theme, and discover classes and workshops that will inspire you to make your own "found art."
The one-act play 'Riders to the Sea' tells a tragic tale of the relentless power of the ocean, paired with poetry and maritime art by Cape Cod residents at the Cotuit Center for the Arts' Black Box Theater.
Sleepy Barnstable Village may seem an unlikely setting for a groundbreaking art movement, but the studios housed in a 19th-century schoolhouse on Route 6A are providing fertile ground for a new school of Cape Cod artists.
Maria Nazos incorporates her world view with her current surroundings in Provincetown to create rich, roughly textured poetry.