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  • Arts Week for October 19, 2017

    Posted: October 12th 2017 @7:46 AM

      Guests: Turn of the Screw  (WHAT) Dawn Walsh: Day of the Dead Festival If you’d like to keep up with what’s going on in town between installments of Arts Week, you can always sign up for the weekly mailing …

     
  • Arts Week for October 5, 2017

    Posted: October 4th 2017 @9:14 AM

    Here’s what’s happening! guest: Michelle Crone (Herstory series) If you’d like to keep up with what’s going on in town between installments of Arts Week, you can always sign up for the weekly mailing list at ptownie.com. They’ll keep you …

     
  • Get Ready to Get Scared!

    Posted: October 2nd 2017 @12:00 PM

    Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater offers The Turn of the Screw as this fall’s ghost story, running October 19-29. Based on the provocative tale of suspense and horror, Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of the Henry James classic gives this famous story yet …

     
  • Arts Week for September 21, 2017

    Posted: September 20th 2017 @8:15 AM

    Arts Week: 21 September 2017 Guests: Tennessee Williams Festival! Michael Kellerman, external relations Cem and Meltem, two well-established actors from Turkey who both perform in Antony & Cleopatra Abena, Ghanaian actress (who spent her childhood in New York City) appearing in …

     
  • A Sign of the Times: Glengarry Glen Ross at the Harbor Stage Company

    Posted: July 21st 2017 @7:34 AM

    The play that won David Mamet a Pulitzer when it debuted in 1984, Glengarry Glen Ross concerns a group of middle-aged Chicago salesmen—definitely men—hustling tracts of worthless Florida real estate dressed up as real investments with Scottish-sounding names like Glengarry …

     
  • Arts Week: July 13, 2017

    Posted: July 13th 2017 @2:16 PM

    At the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater you can see The Empaths, a timely, face-paced comedy, mines the complex landscape of shifting societal mores, family roles, and the expectations of relationships. Celine, a 30-something serial entrepreneur playing with her father’s money, …

     
  • Peregrine Does Chicago…

    Posted: July 9th 2017 @10:01 AM

    … and makes it look easy. Chicago is an ambitious production and the Peregrine Theatre Ensemble, presenting the musical as part of its fifth-year anniversary summer, absolutely owns it. Everyone knows the history: Chicago is Broadway’s longest-running musical, the winner …

     
  • Men on Boats is a Fantastic Ride

    Posted: July 1st 2017 @3:54 PM

      Imagine being on a boat facing the rapids of a fast-moving river. Now imagine watching that experience take place on stage. And finally, imagine (if you can) that the latter doesn’t feel all that removed from the former, and …

     
  • Arts Week, 29 June, 2017

    Posted: June 29th 2017 @11:08 AM

    (If you’d like to keep up with what’s going on in town between installments of Arts Week, you can always sign up for the weekly mailing list at ptownie.com. They’ll keep you in the know about all the things you …

     
  • The Domino Effect (for Diana Fabbri)

    Posted: June 28th 2017 @7:40 AM

    The Domino Effect (for Diana Fabbri) I was a teenager when I fell in love with radio. It was the ’70s, and late one night when I couldn’t sleep, I heard a sultry-voiced DJ cooing, “The flutter of wings, the …