As signs of spring return to the Outer Cape we are reminded of how much our world has changed over the past eight weeks.  Our daily conventions and social institutions have been upended as we work together to protect the health and well-being of our neighbors and communities. Recognizing that we must take a proactive stance to slow the spread of COVID-19 we have made the difficult, but necessary, decision to cancel our 2020 summer season. 
 
We are committed to resuming operations only when it is deemed safe and in the best interest of our community.  We remain engaged with state and local officials and our community partners in developing strategies for moving forward and re-opening in the safest manner possible.  Your health, along with the health of our staff and artists, are our primary concerns at this time.

We are eager to welcome you back, and share performances that uplift humanity, are reflective of our time, and inspire laughter, reflection, and transformation.

Betrayal

By Harold Pinter
Directed by Dana Greenfield
Preview Performances: June 10 and 11, 2020
Opening: June 12, 2020; Performances through July 3, 2020
With poetic precision, rich humor and an extraordinary emotional force, Betrayal charts a compelling seven-year romance, thrillingly captured in reverse chronological order. Dealing with the “eternal triangle”—wife, husband and the wife’s lover—Pinter, with his customary inventiveness and subtlety, brings new insights to this timeless theme.

 

 

 

The Who’s Tommy

Music and Lyrics by Pete Townshend
Book by Des McAnuff and Pete Townshend
Additional Music by John Entwistle and Keith Moon
Directed by RJ Tolan
Preview Performances: July 8 and 9, 2020
Opening: July 10, 2020; Performances through July 31, 2020
Based on the 1969 rock concept album, The Who’s Tommy is an exhilarating story of hope, healing and the human spirit. The story of the pinball-playing, deaf, dumb and blind boy who triumphs over his adversities has inspired, amazed and puzzled audiences for more than 40 years as it has evolved from legendary album to iconic film to Broadway sensation.

 

 

Hillary and Clinton

By Lucas Hnath
Directed by Daisy Walker
Preview Performances: August 5 and 6, 2020
Opening: August 7, 2020; Performances through August 28, 2020
Behind closed doors in a state called New Hampshire during the early days of 2008, a former First Lady named Hillary is in a desperate bid to save her troubled campaign for President of the United States. Her husband, Bill, sees things one way; her campaign manager, Mark, sees things another. If any of this sounds familiar, don’t be fooled; in a universe of infinite possibilities, anything can happen!

 

 

The Mountaintop

By Katori Hall
Preview Performances: September 2 and 3, 2020
Opening: September 4, 2020; Performances through September 25, 2020
After delivering one of his most memorable speeches, an exhausted Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. retires to room 306 in Memphis’ Lorraine Motel. When a mysterious young woman named Camae delivers room service along with some surprising news, Dr. King is forced to contemplate his legacy and confront his destiny.

 

 

 

Fade

By Tanya Saracho
Directed by Katherine M. Carter
Preview Performances: September 30 and October 1, 2020
Opening: October 2, 2020; Performances through October 18, 2020
When Lucia, a Mexican-born novelist, gets her first TV writing job, she feels a bit out of place on the white male-dominated set. Lucia quickly becomes friends with the only other Latino around, a janitor named Abel. As Abel shares his experiences with Lucia, similar plots begin to find their way into the TV scripts that Lucia writes.