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October 10 – November 16, 2014
by Tom Jones & Harvey Schmidt
Friday and Saturdays at 7:30.
Sundays at 2 pm.
The world’s longest running musical, running for over 52 years in NYC and entrancing generations of audiences the world over. A funny and romantic musical about a boy, a girl, two fathers and a wall. The narrator, asks the audience to use their imagination and follow him into a world of moonlight and magic. The boy and the girl fall in love, grow apart, and finally find their way back to each other.
The famous score, which includes the classics Try To Remember, They Were You and Soon It’s Gonna Rain, is as timeless as the story itself.
December 5 – 30, 2014
Harry Connick Jr.’s THE HAPPY ELF
Music and Lyrics by Harry Connick Jr. Book by Lauuren Gunderson and Andrew Fishman.
Dec. 5 –Dec. 30, 2014. Friday evenings at 7:30 PM. Saturday and Sundays at 2PM. Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 29 and 30 at 2PM.
The musical tells the story of Eubie, a North Pole elf whose constant exuberance can wear others out. Eubie’s overly optimistic outlook is put to the test when he decides to bring Christmas joy to the sad little town of Bluesville, which has fallen into a state of permanent blues. If Eubie can fix Bluesville, he may win a coveted spot on Santa’s sleigh team.” Harry Connick Jr’s The Happy Elf brings a special message of joy, friendship and caring to the holiday season along with a delightful and surprising musical score.
Tickets are $25 Adult and $15 under 21.
Four Squared Original Play Series: HOUNDED by Joe Richards
With generous support from the Kaplan Foundation, Cotuit Center for the Arts announces a new collaboration designed to workshop four original plays by four local playwrights over the course of one year. Theater partners include Cotuit Center for the Arts, Harwich Junior Theatre, Provincetown Theater, and Woods Hole Theater Company.
Each work will be presented in staged readings four times, once each season over the course of a year, in four venues from the upper Cape to the lower Cape, reaching four different audiences. The partners each invited a local playwright and asked that they pen a new full length play for up to six actors. Readings will take place in the four theaters simultaneously, the first with each playwright in the “home” of their presenter, then rotating between the four venues.
Featured playwrights are Bronwen Prosser (Cotuit Center for the Arts), Susan Kosoff (Harwich Junior Theatre), Candace Perry (Provincetown Theater) and Joe Richards (Woods Hole Theater Company). The program is funded by generous support from the Kaplan Foundation.
Admission is free.
THE LOMAX PROJECT CONCERT
Monica Rizzo Christmas Concert