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Improv Your Life! with Melinda Gallant
Sep
21
9:00 AM09:00

Improv Your Life! with Melinda Gallant

Have you been thinking “I need to take a workshop"? Have you been thinking "I want to have more laughs with people I just met”? Have you been thinking “I want to have some fun on Saturday Morning”? Well, we have a Saturday workshop for you!

Try Improv Your Life with Melinda Gallant, a fun AND funny three hours, where you will explore the skills to communicate more effectively, think faster on your feet, and maybe (just maybe) laugh yourself silly! We promise good laughs, some real skills, and a rollicking fun time along the way.

A fast-paced workshop that will leave you with a smile on your face, bring out your creative self, and maybe discover your inner goofball! Theater or performance experience NOT required. Workshop size limited to 15, so sign up today to reserve your spot!

Sep 21
Oct 26
Nov 23
try one or take them all!
9:00 AM-12:00 PM
in the Art Studio
$60 per class/$51 members

Questions? Email Melinda.

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Beethoven on the Cape
Sep
21
to Sep 22

Beethoven on the Cape

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September 21 @ 7:30 PM

September 22 @ 3:00 PM

We celebrate the Cape’s natural beauty – plus Beethoven’s own ode to nature! Beethoven’s “Pastoral” Symphony, filled with babbling brooks, bird calls, and storms, will be the highlight.

With the Harwich Conservation Trust, we’re creating a multimedia experience with an aerial view of our beautiful Cape landscapes accompanied by an evocative new soundtrack inspired by the amazing environment that surrounds us. Tan Dun’s “Secret of Wind and Birds” uses bird songs and Stella Sung’s “Oceana” features ship horns and the calls of humpback whales to create the experience of nature. 

Jung-Ho Pak, Conductor

SYMPHONY NO. 6 (PASTORAL) 
Ludwig van Beethoven

SECRET OF WIND AND BIRDS
Tan Dun

SOARING OVER THE SOUND 
A Multimedia Experience

OCEANA
Stella Sung

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Mancini at the Movies-Cape Pops Series
Oct
12
to Oct 13

Mancini at the Movies-Cape Pops Series

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October 12 @ 3:00 PM & 7:30 PM

October 13 @ 3:00 PM

Mancini: his name means movie magic. Classics like Breakfast at Tiffany’sThe Pink Panther, and Charade came to life thanks to Henry Mancini’s stylish scores and songs.

A giant in the pantheon of Hollywood composers, he received 18 Oscar nominations and won four. Mancini is a legend, and his GRAMMY-nominated daughter Monica Mancini joins us to share her stories of life with Hollywood royalty and to sing his wonderful songs, including “Days of Wine and Roses” and “Moon River.”

Jung-Ho Pak, Conductor

Monica Mancini, Vocals

THE PINK PANTHER THEME

DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES

PETER GUNN

MOON RIVER

MR. LUCKY

TWO FOR THE ROAD

BABY MINE

IT HAD BETTER BE TONIGHT

CHARADE

BABY ELEPHANT WALK

LE JAZZ HOT

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A Special Performance of Irena Gut: Only a Girl
Oct
13
3:00 PM15:00

A Special Performance of Irena Gut: Only a Girl

Sunday, October 13, at 3pm. Moving between narration and poetic form, this 50-minute solo performance by Ms. Janet Rodgers is based on In My Hands, the autobiography of Irena Gut Opdyke who, as a young, Catholic Polish girl, who saved the lives of twelve young Jewish professionals from extermination by the Nazis during WW II. Later, at the end of the war when Poland was taken over by the Soviets, these twelve Jewish men and women saved her. It is a story of love, compassion, courage, and human respect. Janet Rodgers is a world-traveled theatre artist and writer currently living on Cape Cod. She taught theatre at the Boston Conservatory of Music, Dance and Drama and most recently retired as Professor Emerita from 25 years of teaching theatre, voice, and speech at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. During the 1970s and early 1980s, she was a classical actress with the Lyric Stage Company of Boston and the Boston Shakespeare Company where she played many leading roles. Tickets are $10. For reservations, click here or call 508-394-7100.

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Calliope Poetry Reading & Open Mic
Oct
20
3:00 PM15:00

Calliope Poetry Reading & Open Mic

Sunday, October 20, from 3-5pm. The Cultural Center is pleased to host this event organized by Calliope, the Cape Cod-based organization that seeks to foster community through a shared appreciation of poetry, featuring work by three poets-Elizabeth Bradfield, Justen Ahren, and Rich Youmans-whose books take us on journeys, both near and far. The reading will be followed by an open mic, so poets in the audience will have an opportunity to share their work as well. The event is free, but donations will be appreciated. Writer/naturalist Elizabeth Bradfield will read selections from her fourth collection, Toward Antarctica which combines her photographs with brief, hybrid essays. Bradfield is the author of three previous poetry books, Once Removed, Approaching Ice and Interpretive Work. She is founder and editor-in-chief of Broadsided Press, and teaches creative writing at Brandeis University. Justen Ahren is a poet, photographer, multi-media artist, performer and teacher whose latest book, A Machine for Remembering, combines poetry and photography as a document of witness to Europe's refugee crises. A former poet laureate of Martha's Vineyard, Ahren is founder and director of Noepe Center for the Literary Arts and the Italy Writing Workshop. Rich Youmans's haiku, haibun, and related essays have been published internationally in various journals and anthologies, and he currently serves on the editorial team of Haibun Today and on the forthcoming anthology, From the Farther Shore: Discovering Cape Cod and the Islands Through Poetry (Bass River Press). His latest chapbook, Head-On: Haibun Stories illuminates the seemingly insignificant details that portray the unpredictability of life. For more information, click here or call 508-394-7100.

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Some Sunny Songs from the Salty Side
Oct
23
7:30 PM19:30

Some Sunny Songs from the Salty Side

Wednesday, October 23rd
Brendan Princi Presents
Some Sunny Songs from the Salty Side

Featuring:
Brendan Princi: vocals, rhythm guitar
Brian Sances: guitar, bass, 12-string, vocals
Siobhan Magnus: vocals
Mike Machaby: bass, lap steel, guitar, vocals
Joe Lundeen: percussion, vocals, guitar
George Smith: keyboard, vocals
Marcus Skapars: drums
Larry Chaplan: violin

Opening act:
Molly Parmenter Trio

Sponsored by:
Naukabout Beer Company


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23 • 7:30PM
TICKETS $22
$5 DISCOUNT FOR MEMBERS
$2 DISCOUNT FOR SENIORS/VETERANS

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Love Letters from The Front
Oct
27
3:00 PM15:00

Love Letters from The Front

Sunday, October 27, at 3pm. Performers Robert DiCicco and Cyndy Gayle present Love Letter from the Front, a reading with music and images. The 1940s were the golden age of the American Songbook. It would seem that WWII and the music from that era go hand-in-hand. World War II was the centerpiece of the decade and, as one music critic wrote, "In a very real sense, American popular music was the popular music of World War II." The war was an emotional period, and these songs tapped a reservoir of emotions: hope, longing, loneliness, and love. Love Letters From The Front takes us back in time to the war years of 1940-1945 when American GI's were sending off letters to their spouses and loved ones. This production showcases some of those letters with the appropriate song from that era as a backdrop. We take time out to honor those brave men and women who fought valiantly for our country during that tumultuous time, and will look forward to an evening of beautiful music and hope through Love Letters from The Front. $20. Complimentary refreshments. For tickets click here, or call 508-394-7100.


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" Bach and Forth"  Cape Symphony
Nov
2
to Nov 3

" Bach and Forth" Cape Symphony

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Show Times

November 2 @ 7:30 PM

November 3 @ 3:00 PM

We welcome you to a sumptuous celebration of the Baroque giant Johann Sebastian Bach. The many highlights include the “Brandenburg Concerto No. 5”; our passionate principal cellist, Jacques Lee Wood, performing the “Prelude from Cello Suite No. 1”; and “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring,” featuring the GRAMMY-nominated vocal sensation Skylark, an ensemble that creates a vocal tapestry with their intricate sound.

We also go “forth” to hear modern interpretations of Bach, including Leopold Stokowski’s famous re-imagining of Bach’s “Toccata and Fugue” (heard in Disney’s Fantasia) and Anton Webern’s “Ricercar” from Bach’s The Musical Offering.

Jung-Ho Pak, Conductor

Skylark, Vocals

Part I – All Works by Johann Sebastian Bach

PRELUDE FROM CELLO SUITE NO.1

FINALE TO BRANDENBURG CONCERTO NO. 5

JESU, JOY OF MAN’S DESIRING

WACHET AUF (SLEEPERS AWAKE) CANTATA NO. 140

Intermission

Part II – Works Inspired by and Variations on Johann Sebastian Bach

“THE LITTLE” FUGUE IN G MINOR 
Orchestrated by Lucien Cailliet

RICERCAR from Bach’s THE MUSICAL OFFERING
Anton Webern

ICH WOLLT, DASS ICH DAHEIME WÄR
Hugo Distler

IMMORTAL BACH
Knut Nystedt

PRELUDE IN C MAJOR (THE WELL-TEMPERED CLAVIER)
Arranged by Ward Swingle

ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE
Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein, arranged by Ward Swingle

TOCCATA AND FUGUE IN D MINOR
Orchestrated by Leopold Stokowski

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An Evening with Matt Nakoa
Nov
2
7:30 PM19:30

An Evening with Matt Nakoa

"Nakoa does not disappoint. In fact, between his piano chops, charismatic stage presence, and heartfelt originals on guitar, he drops jaws.”

The Boston Globe

MATT NAKOA is an internationally touring singer/songwriter, recently appearing at The White House, throughout India, and regularly with folk icon Tom Rush. Growing up on a small goat farm in rural NY State, Matt discovered music as a means of teenage escape and trained to be a concert pianist. Matt was ultimately accepted as a vocalist to Berklee College of Music where he studied alongside soon-to-be Grammy winners St. Vincent and Esperanza Spalding among others. After school, Matt landed in NYC’s vibrant piano bar scene. There he quickly became a star performer at Manhattan’s famous Brandy’s Piano Bar, with lines waiting outside the door each Saturday night.

As if illustrating two sides of himself, Matt’s first album, Light In The Dark (2012), is a sweeping pop opus, while A Dozen Other Loves (2014) explores an intimate acoustic palette. Across the board his song craft has garnered awards, including a win at Kerrville Folk Festival’s prestigious New Folk Competition. Though not easily pinned down, “In sum,” as a recent review on CoverLayDown.com put it, “Matt Nakoa is a musical adept, one of those well kept secrets you just can’t help but celebrate: intimate and genuine, soulful and bittersweet, a rich poetic songbook sung in praise to a complicated, emotionally present world.”

Saturday, November 2 at 7:30pm
Tickets $30, $25 for Balcony

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Miracle on 34th Street
Nov
7
7:00 PM19:00

Miracle on 34th Street

MIRACLE ON 34th STREET

The Musical 

Kris Kringle takes on the cynics in this holiday classic to be enjoyed by the entire family!  

Directed by Sonia Schonning

Music Direction by Marcia Wytrwal
Choreography by Hannah Carrita
Stage Manager  Bonnie Corliss

Opening November 7 - November 24, 2019

www.Barnstablecomedyclub.org

508.362.6333

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Holiday on the Cape-Cape POPS Series
Dec
6
to Dec 8

Holiday on the Cape-Cape POPS Series

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December 6 @ 4:00 PM & 8:00 PM

December 7 @ 3:00 PM & 7:30 PM

December 8 @ 1:00 PM & 5:00 PM

Bob Hope’s televised Christmas Shows for troops overseas were a tradition of America’s holiday season. We’re putting on our own version of the famous comedian’s variety show right here on Cape Cod, including crooner John Stevens singing the songs of Bing Crosby.

We count our blessings – including our friends the Chatham Chorale – and feel grateful for the opportunity to celebrate together. Our annual tradition warms the heart and starts the holiday season. Come home for the holidays with the Cape Symphony.

Jung-Ho Pak, Conductor

The Chatham Chorale, Joseph Marchio, Music Director

John Stevens as Bing Crosby

Jessica Curran, Jennifer Dashnaw and Anna McEntee as the Andrews Sisters

Bill Johnson as Bob Hope

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Salon of Shorts, December 2019
Dec
18
7:30 PM19:30

Salon of Shorts, December 2019

Cotuit Center for the Arts offers an open mic series called Salon of Shorts in the Art Studio on the third Wednesday of March, June, September, and December. Award-winning poets, playwrights, and spoken word performers Christine Rathbun Ernst and Gregory Hischak host the series, which encompasses all types of performances: poetry, storytelling, essay reading, music, performance art, improv, and stand-up.

“Everyone has in them five minutes of good storytelling, song, stand-up—even genius,” said Ernst.

“This is the perfect venue to try something new,” said Ernst, “to try out new material, and to find a new audience.”

Teaming with Ernst is Gregory Hischak, who has been hosting an open mic at O’Shea’s in West Yarmouth until recently.

“I have wanted to do an open mic on the mid-Cape for a long time,” said Ernst, “and, when Greg became available after the O’Shea’s open mic ended, I was eager to involve him in this new project. I am a big fan of his work and we have a complimentary performance style.”

Both Ernst and Hischak will perform at Salon of Shorts, which has already attracted considerable interest from local poets and musicians.

Gregory Hischak’s book, “Parts & Labour,” was published in 2012. It contains poetry, a play, and an interview the author. His poetry has been published in “Bellingham Revue,” “Green Mountain Review,” “Mid-America Poetry Review,” “Third Coast,” and other journals. He has toured and performed with spoken word troupes and has written several plays which had been performed by regional theaters across the country. His play, “Center of Gravity” was the 2010 winner of the Clauder Prize for New England Playwrights and was a 2011 finalist with the Massachusetts Cultural Council for playwriting, in addition to other awards.

Christine Rathbun Ernst’s recent shows include “The Fat Ass Cancer Bitch” and “The Fat Ass Cancer Bitch Goes Shopping,” which she has performed to sold-out audiences across the Cape. She will present her third show in the series at CCftA this summer. She describes her work as “the funny unapologetic, wickedly honest, poignant, hell-bent, pissed-off one breasted, loudmouth story of one woman’s examined life witty quirky unforgettable theatre of self-discovery, good story-telling, and pointed social commentary.” She has performed one-woman shows and at open mics throughout New England and is a two-time Mass Cultural Council Artist Grant finalist.

Each performer is limited to five minutes, including set-up.

Admission to Salon of Shorts is free.

Weds. December 18 at 7:30pm

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Wine and Music Wednesday at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
Sep
18
6:00 PM18:00

Wine and Music Wednesday at the Cotuit Center for the Arts

Wine and Music Wednesday is an open house held in our Gallery on the third Wednesday of every month from 6:00pm to 7:30pm, with wine tasting and live music. The first event was held in March of 2010 and it has become a very popular event at the Center. It’s the perfect way to end your day, start your evening or just join friends for a night out looking at terrific art. Join us for a splendid selection of wines and entertainment with Dawna Hammers!

Wine & Music Wednesday
Wednesday, September 18, 6:00pm-7:30pm
Tickets are just $10 or $5 for members and are only available at the door

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Celebration of the Ordinary
Sep
13
7:00 PM19:00

Celebration of the Ordinary

 Centerville Historical Museum is hosting a one-woman show written and performed by Jane Hattemer-Stringer, theater artist.
Admission $10/ nonmember $7 /member

Act One “In The Middle of the Middles” is about growing up as the middle child in a large family in the early 60’s. The middle children, especially in a big family (11 children) are ignored by parents. The advantage: they are free to have adventures that no one else in the family knows about. The bond developed between the middle children as a result of these “wild” adventures is strong and enduring to this day. Jane tells her tale, playing multiple characters. Anyone who is or who knows of a middle child, will relate to her story. The audience learns what it was like to be a child in the early 60’s, or reminded of that, if they are old enough. 

Act Two: “Muddie, My Grandmother With the Cracker Crumbs On Her Shoulders” is about Jane’s grandmother, Muddie, and so much more. Muddie looked like an ordinary skinny wrinkled old lady. As she tells Jane about her life. It is clear that that this woman is no “ordinary” grandma. We learn about her husband, a WW1 vet, and how the war changed him. Through the other characters, all played by Jane, we get a picture of her family- its flaws, quirks, and strengths.

URL for more details: http://www.centervillehistoricalmuseum.org

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A Woman's Heart
Sep
12
7:30 PM19:30

A Woman's Heart

“This play is pure magic!”

Margaret Van Sant, Executive Director, Provincetown Dramatic Arts

Cotuit Center for the Arts presents Judith Partelow’s highly acclaimed play, “A Woman’s Heart,” September 12 to 29 in the Black Box Theater. Performances are Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 PM, and Sunday at 2 PM. Story and direction is by Dana McCoy and Judith Partelow.

With Judith Partelow’s original poetry as its foundation, this new production of “A Woman’s Heart” is a captivating tale of friendship, heartache, and triumph.

Three close friends (Partelow, McCoy, and Rod Owens) reconnect at their 50th high school reunion to find that their mutual inspirations from and impacts on each other have not only endured, but have, ultimately, made all the difference in their respective lives.

“A Woman’s Heart” was first presented in 2017 and hailed as “funny, sexy, gutsy, and vulnerable.” In one of many rave reviews of earlier productions, Kelley Brocco-Hagen wrote, “The play was FANTASTIC! Touched my heart profoundly! This needs major exposure!”

This new collaboration by McCoy and Partelow reduces the number of characters from four to three and features a new story approach, shaping Partelow’s poetry into a compelling, music-filled journey through a writer’s life, and starring the collaborators themselves. Replete with life events and cultural references from the 1950s to the present, the play will resonate with all, particularly baby boomers.

The play is now also infused with the music of the boomer era, plus original music written by McCoy, Owens, and Partelow’s daughter Amanda Sevak.

An award-winning writer, as well as Actors’ Equity actor and director, Partelow began writing poetry when she was in third grade. Cape Cod journalist Caitlin Russell observed that Partelow has “a gift for taking heartbreaking subjects and shining a light on the pain, and the beauty and dignity born of struggling with it.”

The Cape Cod Writers Center recognized Partelow’s achievements at its 2019 conference with the Kevin V. Symmons Scholarship for Second Career Writers.

McCoy, an award-winning New York-based playwright, director, actor, singer, songwriter, and dancer, brings a wealth of talent and experience to creating and honing stories and bringing them successfully to the stage. Her theater credits include writer, performer, and producer for “Cube Rat,” which was performed at Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Off-Broadway (2011); and lead cast member and co-producer for “MoM: A Rock Concert Musical,” written by Richard Caliban, winner of Outstanding Musical at New York Fringe 2009, and selected as part of the Fringe Benefits Anniversary Series (2011) and The Almost Annual Festival (April 2013).

As a singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist, McCoy has topped Billboard charts and toured, directed, taught, and performed her own and other people’s original rock musicals internationally.

Rod Owens is an actor, musician, and artist who has appeared in “The Weight of Silence,” and other plays at Cotuit Center for the Arts.

“A Woman’s Heart” is produced by Janet Murphy Robertson of www.ArtistsAndMusicians.org.

In the Black Box Theater
September 12-29

Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 2:00pm
Tickets $20, $15 for Members

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Playing Favorites! With the Fred Fried/Bruce Abbott Quartet
Sep
8
3:00 PM15:00

Playing Favorites! With the Fred Fried/Bruce Abbott Quartet

Sunday, September 8, at 3pm. This all-star jazz ensemble will play works by such composers as George Gershwin, Richard Rodgers, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Duke Ellington, Johnny Mandel, Michel LeGrand and Bill Evans. Guitarist Fred Fried says, "As musicians, we've been asked so many times about our favorite songs that we decided on a concert to showcase the tunes we love to play." You'll find that many of their favorites are your favorites too! Come experience Bruce Abbott on saxophone and flute, Fred Fried on 8-string guitar, Marcelle Gauvin on vocals, Michael Lavoie on bass, and Miki Matsuki on drums. $20/$18 for members. Complimentary refreshments. For reservations call 508-394-7100.

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Schuyler Grant Trio at the Harvest Gallery Wine Bar
Aug
29
7:00 PM19:00

Schuyler Grant Trio at the Harvest Gallery Wine Bar

Schuyler Grant, (born January 16, 1990) is an American songwriter and performer based out of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

Working with Grammy-nominated producer Jon Evans (Tori Amos, Sarah Mclaughlin), Schuyler released his first studio EP, “Moving On” (available now at www.schuylergrantmusic.bandcamp.com), in May of 2016. Called “gritty and soulful” by one reviewer, “Moving On” explores the softer side of Grant’s songwriting, drawing much inspiration from likes of Bob Dylan and Ray LaMontagne.

Grant’s second LP is a departure from the folk-inspired songwriting of his first, replacing the gentle ballads of “Moving On” with a rough and tumble exploration of the harder, blues driven rock and roll the songwriter holds close to heart. “It is the music I have always wanted to play— growing up on Clapton, Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin, I developed a love for fuzzed-out guitar riffs at an early age,” Grant laughs. Working with Bradley Conant on percussion and again with Evans on bass, the album was released at the end of 2017 (available at www.schuylergrantmusic.bandcamp.com).

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Brazen Belles Summer Striptacular!
Aug
28
7:30 PM19:30

Brazen Belles Summer Striptacular!

The Brazen Belles are one of New England’s premiere Burlesque troupes. These dangerous flirts, rowdy rabble-rousers, and saucy comediennes have been teasing their way throughout the country to sold out audiences since 2012. Winners of the Las vegas Burlesque Festival in 2015, They also performed at The Burlesque Hall of Fame’s “Movers, Shakers and Innovators” showcase 2016. The Belles bring a variety of talents: singing, dancing, wit, sass, and of course seduction to the stage. They will have you laughing, lusting, and longing for more!

Queens of the corset, sirens of the stage, dolls of the dance floor! WE ARE YOUR VILLAGE VAUDEVILLE.

Burlesque is a diverse form of entertainment pulling theatrical, dance, and sketch comedy elements from many historical eras together to provide a creative spin on society’s traditional, and often oppressive, stereotypes of women. While the art of burlesque includes acts of a sexual nature, the goal of performing these expressions is never intended to be offensive of harmful to others, but rather empowering, particularly to women, by embracing the existence of female sexuality in light of differing body types, genders, race and ethnicity, upbringings, and so on. Our troupe stands in firm belief that this beautiful art form is relevant in its mission and provides important empowerment to our friends, family, local community and Beyond!

Brazen Belles Summer Striptacular!
Weds-Sat, August 28-31
7:30pm

Tickets $32, $27 for balcony seats
$5 discount for members. $2 discount for seniors

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Sarah Swain and the Oh Boys! Rockabilly Dance Party
Aug
26
8:00 PM20:00

Sarah Swain and the Oh Boys! Rockabilly Dance Party

Sarah Swain and the Oh Boys! Rockabilly Dance Party

Saturday, August 24, 8-10:30 pm. $25. BY RESERVATION!! Adults only. BYORefreshments (coolers welcome). Dance floor. Cafe style. Come have some fun with this great dance band, which plays everything from rock to country! NOTE: We want to make the experience enjoyable for everyone, so we're limiting the seating at this event to a reasonable number by taking reservations in advance and limiting walk-ins (if we have room for any) to no more than we can comfortably fit. So plese make reservations and PLEASE come early or at least let us know if you're part of a large group that wants to sit together! With Sarah on guitar, vocals. Ron Siegel on upright bass, vocals. Mark Usher on lead / slide guitar, vocals. And Liam Hogg on drums, vocals. For reservations call 508-394-7100.

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Hyannis Sound 2019 Summer Schedule - Hyannis - Fridays
Aug
23
8:00 PM20:00

Hyannis Sound 2019 Summer Schedule - Hyannis - Fridays

Hyannis Sound's weekly concert series takes place in four distinct churches up and down Cape Cod. The series starts Monday, June 3rd and continues until Friday, August 23rd

Tickets are sold at the door, $15 for adults.

We offer a discounted rate of $10 for children under 10 years of age, seniors over 65 years of age, active military and veterans, as well as students

At this time, we can only accept cash or check.

Founded in 1994, the Hyannis Sound organization strives to provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the young men who fill its ranks each summer. Through their experiences with the group, these men garner valuable skills in performance, business management, and musical direction. While growing as individuals, they also form countless friendships and become members of a brotherhood that last a lifetime.

The Sound gathers each year around Memorial Day, and spends the summer performing at private and public functions across the Cape and the greater Northeast of the U.S. Whether performing at a graduation party, one of their weekly shows, or street singing, the Hyannis Sound aims to provide a unique and interactive entertainment experience that keeps their audiences coming back for more.

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Jimmy Tingle: 20/20 Vision
Aug
22
7:30 PM19:30

Jimmy Tingle: 20/20 Vision


Jimmy Tingle: 20/20 Vision

  • Aug 22, 2019 @ 7:30pm

Comedian Jimmy Tingle returns to Cotuit with his new one-man show, "20/20 Vision," a funny, thought provoking and hopeful look at contemporary life and politics through his experience as a comedian, commentator and political candidate.

“If Robert De Niro had decided to be a comedian, he might have come out something like Tingle, with his off-center smile, blue-collar physicality and exquisite sense of timing.”

The Boston Globe

Jimmy Tingle is a comedian, commentator and the founder of Humor for Humanity. He was a 2018 candidate for Lt Governor of Massachusetts and received 41.3% of the vote in the Massachusetts primary on September 4th 2018.

He is a graduate of UMASS Dartmouth and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government where he earned a Masters Degree in Public Administration (MPA). He was the graduate school commencement speaker at Harvard graduation for the class of 2010.

He has worked as a humorist and commentator for 60 Minutes II and MSNBC and has appeared on The Tonight ShowCNN, Conan O’BrienFresh Air with Terry Gross and in his own HBO half-hour comedy special.

Theatrical credits include writing, performing and producing several one-person shows including Uncommon SenseJimmy Tingle for President- The Funniest campaign in History and Jimmy Tingle’s American Dream.

He has appeared in several documentaries films including Damned in the USAAmerica with the Top DownWhen Stand up Stood OutCall Me Lucky directed by Bobcat Goldthwait and Jimmy Tingle’s American Dream which Jimmy wrote and produced and directed by Vincent Straggas.

Feature film work includes Next Stop Wonderland; Boondock SaintsHead of State starring Chris Rock and Clear History starring Larry David.

Tingle has the rare distinction of winning Boston Magazine’s “Best of Boston” in the stand-up comedy category and for “best alternative theater” as the producer and artistic director of Jimmy Tingle’s OFF BROADWAY Theater in Somerville.

He is the founder of a new social enterprise and solo show entitled "Humor for Humanity" which aspires to raise spirits, funds and awareness for nonprofits, charities and social causes.

For more information on Jimmy Tingle or Humor for Humanity please visit www.JimmyTingle.com.

Jimmy Tingle: 20/20 Vision
Thursday, August 22 at 7:30pm
Tickets $35, $30 for balcony seating
Discounts: $5 for members, $2 for seniors/veterans

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Broadway Backwards
Aug
21
8:00 PM20:00

Broadway Backwards

Cotuit Center for the Arts presents “Broadway Backwards” on Wednesday, August 21, at 8 PM. The show, produced by Tedi Marsh and John Weltman, is a fundraiser for the arts center.

Favorite local performers prove gender doesn’t matter, but love does, as they explore and embrace the great songs of musical theater with a twist: the men sing songs intended for women and vice versa.

“Broadway Backwards” premiered in 2006 as a one-night-only event designed to raise funds for Broadway Cares, a nonprofit organization that raises funds for AIDS-related causes and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Community Center in New York City. The show continues to be presented annually in New York, featuring stars of stage and screen honoring the great songs of musical theater while celebrating the LFBTQ community and creating an environment of equality, awareness, and love.

The Cotuit Production features Jo Brisbane, Hannah Carrita, David Kuehn, Matthew Gould, Celeste Howe, Beau Jackett, Tedi Marsh, Martha Paquin, Rebecca Riley, Christopher Schultz, Sara Sneed, Alex Valentine, and John Weltman, accompanied by Misao Koyama.

The concert will feature selections from “Hamilton,” “Into the Woods,” “Chicago,” “Grease,” “Wicked,” “Follies,” “Bridges of Madison County,” “Sweeney Todd,” “Drowsy Chaperone,” “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” “My Fair Lady,”and more.

“It’s an amazing evening of music and merriment, providing laughs, but also a fresh perspective on beloved tunes.” said David Kuehn, executive director of the center. “It’s a great opportunity to see some of the Cape’s best vocalists and, at the same time, support the work of the Cotuit Center for the Arts.”

Wednesday, August 21 at 8:00pm
Tickets $30, $25 for balcony seating

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Downstage Center with Kevin Quill!
Aug
19
10:00 AM10:00

Downstage Center with Kevin Quill!

Explore the world of musical theater and plays with Kevin Quill in a week-long workshop for ages 7-15. Whether a budding actor, musician, singer, writer, or all of the above, Kevin has developed a program designed to take your potential and shoot it to the moon! The week will be packed with "Glee"-ful team building, improv, scene-to-song, monologue & vocal coaching, audition prep, and writing - all coming together at the end of the week for Friday Showcase. It's a week-long theater party!

Class on Mon is 10am-2pm. Classes Tue-Fri are 10am-4pm. Pack a lunch and a water bottle and come dressed to have a ball!

Date:

Mon-Fri, Aug 19-23

Time:

Mon 10-2, Tue-Fri 10-4

Location:

5 classes, in the Black Box

Price:

$390 / $331 members

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Soprano Kelley Hollis and Pianist Julia Scott Carey Present 100 Years of American Song
Aug
18
3:00 PM15:00

Soprano Kelley Hollis and Pianist Julia Scott Carey Present 100 Years of American Song

Soprano Kelley Hollis and Pianist Julia Scott Carey Present 100 Years of American Song

Sunday, August 18, at 3pm. Join us for works by Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber, Lee Hoiby, and Oliver Caplan, including American classics such as "Knoxville: Summer of 1915" by Barber, and a new setting of the poem "The New Colossus" by Oliver Caplan. Kelley and Julia are two of the core ensemble members of Juventas New Music Ensemble in Boston. Come hear them perform (and escape the dog day afternoon) in the Cultural Center's acoustically stellar Constantinidis Great Hall on its superb Steinway. $20. Complimentary refreshments. For tickets call 508-394-7100.

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Klezwoods - A Jewish Music Concert at Cape Cod Synagogue
Aug
18
2:00 PM14:00

Klezwoods - A Jewish Music Concert at Cape Cod Synagogue

Klezwoods is a Boston-based amalgam of strings, horns, and percussion that melds the spirit of traditional klezmer and balkan music with modern grooves, improvisation and east coast attitude.

A lively music concert for children and adults from age 10 and up..

Price Details: Adults - $15.00, Couples - $25.00, Seniors & Children $12.50 - USD 15

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Miles/Coltrane Tribute Vol. 2 with Joe Mongelli and the Cape Jazz Crew
Aug
17
8:00 PM20:00

Miles/Coltrane Tribute Vol. 2 with Joe Mongelli and the Cape Jazz Crew

Miles/Coltrane Tribute Vol. 2 with

Joe Mongelli and the Cape Jazz Crew

Saturday, August 17, 8-10pm. During the late '50s and early '60s, Miles Davis and John Coltrane produced some of the greatest jazz music ever recorded. This concert pays homage to that collaboration featuring meticulous recreations of Miles and Trane's most memorable music. Last year, Volume 1 to this concert played to rave reviews and sold out at both Preservation Hall and the Cultural Center of Cape Cod. Of course, one concert is not enough to cover all the great music from Miles and Trane, so this year we've added even more of their best-known music- cool Miles tunes and smoking Coltrane originals. The all Harwich horn section features Joe Mongelli on trumpet and Scott Avidon channeling Trane. Other band members include Cape regulars Mark Borgmann on piano, Michael Ryle on bass and Mark Prall on drums. Don't miss it! $20. For tickets call 508-394-7100.

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Lulu + Mona vs. The Minotaur
Aug
17
to Aug 18

Lulu + Mona vs. The Minotaur

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"Clever, refreshing and fun..."

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“Lulu + Mona vs. The Minotaur”
(A Lulu’s Lemonade Stand Adventure)

A brand new musical by the creators of “Lulu’s Lemonade Stand,” “Lulu + Mona vs. The Minotaur” is a thrilling new adventure-comedy for the whole family! 

A mysterious prophecy and a missing friend, an alarming labyrinth with no obvious end. Can Mona and Lulu beat the clock and best the beast? Or will their brave rescue attempt be foiled by carnivorous crabs and confusing clues?

Find out this summer in “Lulu + Mona vs. The Minotaur,” only at Cotuit Center for the Arts!

The book and lyrics are by McCarthy. Music is by McCarthy, with arrangements by Henry Buck. Sander Goldman created the show poster. Music Direction is by Anthony Teixeira. Choreography is by Hannah Carrita.

In the Black Box Theater
August 9,10,11,16,17,18
Friday and Saturday at 10:00am & 12:30pm
Sunday at 10:00am
Tickets $12, $10 for members

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Hyannis Sound 2019 Summer Schedule - Hyannis - Fridays
Aug
16
8:00 PM20:00

Hyannis Sound 2019 Summer Schedule - Hyannis - Fridays

Hyannis Sound's weekly concert series takes place in four distinct churches up and down Cape Cod. The series starts Monday, June 3rd and continues until Friday, August 23rd

Tickets are sold at the door, $15 for adults.

We offer a discounted rate of $10 for children under 10 years of age, seniors over 65 years of age, active military and veterans, as well as students

At this time, we can only accept cash or check.

Founded in 1994, the Hyannis Sound organization strives to provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the young men who fill its ranks each summer. Through their experiences with the group, these men garner valuable skills in performance, business management, and musical direction. While growing as individuals, they also form countless friendships and become members of a brotherhood that last a lifetime.

The Sound gathers each year around Memorial Day, and spends the summer performing at private and public functions across the Cape and the greater Northeast of the U.S. Whether performing at a graduation party, one of their weekly shows, or street singing, the Hyannis Sound aims to provide a unique and interactive entertainment experience that keeps their audiences coming back for more.

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Rose: A Special Benefit Performance
Aug
14
7:30 PM19:30

Rose: A Special Benefit Performance

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 - 7:30pm to 9:00pm

Theatre

Cotuit Center for the Arts, 4404 Falmouth Rd, Cotuit MA

1 (508) 428-0669

https://artsonthecape.org/explore/roseOpens a New Window.

One night only! Back by popular demand, we are proud to present a special performance of Rose, by Laurence Leamer, starring Linda Monchik as Rose Kennedy.

Rose is the Kennedy story as told by the matriarch who lived it all. Set in 1969 at the Kennedys’ Hyannis Port compound the week after Teddy’s fateful accident at Chappaquiddick, Rose struggles with all the tragedies the Kennedys have overcome and finds new understanding of the choices she made as well as those made by her husband and children. Inspired by audio recordings Rose Kennedy made, Rose takes the audience on a fascinating and unexpected journey with someone we think we know.

Special one night only performance! A benefit for Cotuit Center for the Arts.

Wednesday, August 14 at 7:30pm. Tickets $50, $45 for seniors, $40 for members, $25 age 18 or under.

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34th Annual Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea
Aug
11
2:00 PM14:00

34th Annual Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea

Join us for the 34th Annual Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea concert on Sunday, August 11, 2019.

This long-standing fundraiser benefits the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod and its mission to support, promote, and celebrate the arts and culture of Cape Cod in order to sustain a vibrant, diverse, and strong arts community.

Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea concert is Cape Cod’s single largest cultural event and the most important fundraising event of the year for the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. For over thirty years we have welcomed one of the nation’s finest and best-loved musical ensembles – the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra lead by Conductor Keith Lockhart – to the Hyannis Village Green.

This event is rain or shine.  In the event of rain – we kindly ask you to please bring your umbrellas, slickers, and a fun attitude.  

Read more about the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod.

The preshow starts at 2:00 pm and the Boston Pops begin promptly at 5:00 pm

For VIP tables and underwriting, contact Amy Tuttle, Director of Development, at 508-362-0066, ext. 112 or ATuttle@ArtsFoundation.org

Due to changes in the Town of Barnstable's event permitting policy, TICKET HOLDERS ARE NO LONGER ALLOWED TO BRING IN OUTSIDE ALCOHOL TO THIS EVENT. The good news is we will have beer and wine available for purchase on site with a photo ID.

All ticket sales are final. Tickets are nonrefundable.

All items entering the concert grounds are subject to search. The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod reserves the right to prohibit any items as deemed necessary.

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"Shower the People" The James Taylor Tribute Band, in Concert
Aug
10
7:30 PM19:30

"Shower the People" The James Taylor Tribute Band, in Concert

"Shower the People"

The James Taylor Tribute Band, in Concert

Saturday, August 10 at 7:30pm and Sunday, August 11 at 3pm. This is a "must see" performance for James Taylor fans. Come listen and sing along with Cape Cod's own Greg Johnson and his band as they share the story behind the man and recreate the music that has touched millions of people around the world. Although Taylor's career lasted long after his success in the '60s and '70s, this tribute show concentrates on his early life and music. Haunted by the demons from his past, James Taylor found the inner strength to follow his dream of becoming a famous musician. You will hear the story behind each song and be invited to sing along to some of J.T.'s most famous hits. Greg Johnson has been performing around New England for over three decades and attributes his inspiration to the music of James Taylor and the image of the sensitive southern gentleman who spoke through his music. The JT Tribute Band features Greg Johnson (guitar and lead vocals), Brian Morris (keyboard, mandolin, electric guitar and backup vocals), Andrew Morris (bass), Derick Bousseier (drums), Janet Leahy (backup vocals), Julie Sieben (backup vocals), Bruce Abbott (flute and saxophone). Complimentary refreshments. $20. For reservations call 508-394-7100.

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 "Shower the People" The James Taylor Tribute Band, in Concert
Aug
10
3:00 PM15:00

"Shower the People" The James Taylor Tribute Band, in Concert

"Shower the People"

The James Taylor Tribute Band, in Concert

Saturday, August 10 at 7:30pm and Sunday, August 11 at 3pm. This is a "must see" performance for James Taylor fans. Come listen and sing along with Cape Cod's own Greg Johnson and his band as they share the story behind the man and recreate the music that has touched millions of people around the world. Although Taylor's career lasted long after his success in the '60s and '70s, this tribute show concentrates on his early life and music. Haunted by the demons from his past, James Taylor found the inner strength to follow his dream of becoming a famous musician. You will hear the story behind each song and be invited to sing along to some of J.T.'s most famous hits. Greg Johnson has been performing around New England for over three decades and attributes his inspiration to the music of James Taylor and the image of the sensitive southern gentleman who spoke through his music. The JT Tribute Band features Greg Johnson (guitar and lead vocals), Brian Morris (keyboard, mandolin, electric guitar and backup vocals), Andrew Morris (bass), Derick Bousseier (drums), Janet Leahy (backup vocals), Julie Sieben (backup vocals), Bruce Abbott (flute and saxophone). Complimentary refreshments. $20. For reservations call 508-394-7100.

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Hyannis Sound 2019 Summer Schedule - Hyannis - Fridays
Aug
9
8:00 PM20:00

Hyannis Sound 2019 Summer Schedule - Hyannis - Fridays

Hyannis Sound's weekly concert series takes place in four distinct churches up and down Cape Cod. The series starts Monday, June 3rd and continues until Friday, August 23rd

Tickets are sold at the door, $15 for adults.

We offer a discounted rate of $10 for children under 10 years of age, seniors over 65 years of age, active military and veterans, as well as students

At this time, we can only accept cash or check.

Founded in 1994, the Hyannis Sound organization strives to provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the young men who fill its ranks each summer. Through their experiences with the group, these men garner valuable skills in performance, business management, and musical direction. While growing as individuals, they also form countless friendships and become members of a brotherhood that last a lifetime.

The Sound gathers each year around Memorial Day, and spends the summer performing at private and public functions across the Cape and the greater Northeast of the U.S. Whether performing at a graduation party, one of their weekly shows, or street singing, the Hyannis Sound aims to provide a unique and interactive entertainment experience that keeps their audiences coming back for more.

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We Are The Champions at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
Aug
8
to Aug 18

We Are The Champions at the Cotuit Center for the Arts

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We Are The Champions is an original musical celebration of Queen, featuring songs drawn from their 14 studio albums including hits “You’re My Best Friend”, “Killer Queen”, and “Bohemian Rhapsody” among many others. Exploring the depth of Queen’s music with powerful soloists, deep choral arrangements accompanied by a blistering rock band, We Are The Champions highlights the artistry and brilliance of this seminal British rock band.

Lead Singers

Emily Wade Adams * John Connelly * Allie Jason

The Queen’s Chorus

Marcia Wytwral, Chorus Director

Ashley Bolbrock, Terrence Brady, Rachel Corliss
Emma Fitzpatrick, Sadie Labonte, Jane Loutsenhiser 
Madeline Marasa, Anna McEntee, Cody Pimental
Brandon Prentiss, Thomas White

Band

Malcolm Granger, Music Director, Keys, Guitar
Misao Koyama, Piano
Paul Good, Guitar
Jim Peterson, Bass
Michael Dunford, Drums

Produced and Directed by Michael Dunford

August 8-18
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30pm, Sunday at 4:00pm
Tickets $40, $35 for balcony seating
Discounts: $5 for members, $2 for seniors/veterans

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The Gerry Beaudoin Trio with Special Guest Harry Allen
Aug
5
8:00 PM20:00

The Gerry Beaudoin Trio with Special Guest Harry Allen

The Gerry Beaudoin Trio with Special Guest Harry Allen

Monday, August 5, 8pm. The Gerry Beaudoin Trio features Bob Nieske on acoustic bass, his son Gerard Beaudoin on vibes, and Bart Weisman on drums. Since graduating from The Berklee College of Music, Jazz guitarist Gerry Beaudoin has carved out a career as a leader, arranger, and guitarist. His first national success was with the Boston Jazz Ensemble. Gerry then went on to make two critically acclaimed Gerry Beaudoin Trio recordings with mandolin titan, David Grisman. Gerry has performed or recorded with Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, Jay McShann, Dick Johnson, John and Bucky Pizzarelli, Dave McKenna, Alan Dawson, Karrin Allyson, and many more. Gerry was the founder of the New Guitar Summit which featured the legendary J.Geils and blues icon Duke Robillard. Tenor saxophonist Harry Allen is one of the bright stars in jazz and has over thirty recordings to his name. Harry has performed at jazz festivals and clubs worldwide, frequently touring the United States, Europe, and Asia. Harry has performed or recorded with Rosemary Clooney, Tony Bennett, Ray Brown, Hank Jones, Scott Hamilton, Harry 'Sweets' Edison, Kenny Burrell, Herb Ellis, John Pizzarelli, Bucky Pizzarelli, Jeff Hamilton, and Warren Vache. Complimentary refreshments. $20. For tickets, click here or call 508-394-7100.

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Cape Harmony Summer Concert Series - Monday’s in Hyannis!
Aug
5
7:30 PM19:30

Cape Harmony Summer Concert Series - Monday’s in Hyannis!

Cape Harmony is thrilled to return to Cape Cod for its 14th season of summer a cappella! The group features ten young women from across the country that come to Cape Cod for the summer with the goal of engaging audiences and connecting with the community. Covering a range of music from The oldies to top 40 artists, Cape Harmony entertains audiences of all ages and has become an essential part of the classic Cape Cod summer experience.
Concert series run from June 10 -August 16
Check out Cape Harmony on Facebook or capeharmony.org for more information about the group! Make sure to check out a concert at one of the following locations this upcoming summer! You don’t want to miss this!

Mondays: 7:30 pm Federated Church of Hyannis
Wednesdays: 7:30 pm Cotuit Federated Church
Thursdays: 7:30 pm St. Christopher’s Church in Chatham
Fridays: 7:30 pm Congregational Church in Falmouth

**JOINT SHOW WITH VINEYARD SOUND**
July 22nd @ 8:00 pm – United Methodist Church, Martha’s Vineyard
August 1st @ 7:30 pm - St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church, Chatham MA

**JOINT SHOW WITH HYANNIS SOUND**
August 11th @ 7:00 pm - St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church, Chatham MA

**ALUMNAE SHOW** July 30th @ 7:00 pm – Federated Church of Hyannis
July 13th @ 7:30 pm - Federated Church of Hyannis, Hyannis MA

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Pianist James Rosenblum, in Concert
Aug
4
3:00 PM15:00

Pianist James Rosenblum, in Concert

Pianist James Rosenblum, in Concert

Sunday, August 4, at 3pm. Those in the know will recognize James from last year's Classical Open Mics, where he was a featured performer playing Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue (and will be a featured performer again there in September 2019), and from First Night Chatham 2018. James is now working on producing his first formal CD, featuring Rachmaninoff's piano music. Please join us as he performs a selection of beautiful and virtuosic piano solo repertoire, with dedication to technical and musical mastery. Complimentary refreshments. $18/$15 for members. For tickets call 508-394-7100.

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Hyannis Sound 2019 Summer Schedule - Hyannis - Fridays
Aug
2
8:00 PM20:00

Hyannis Sound 2019 Summer Schedule - Hyannis - Fridays

Hyannis Sound's weekly concert series takes place in four distinct churches up and down Cape Cod. The series starts Monday, June 3rd and continues until Friday, August 23rd

Tickets are sold at the door, $15 for adults.

We offer a discounted rate of $10 for children under 10 years of age, seniors over 65 years of age, active military and veterans, as well as students

At this time, we can only accept cash or check.

Founded in 1994, the Hyannis Sound organization strives to provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the young men who fill its ranks each summer. Through their experiences with the group, these men garner valuable skills in performance, business management, and musical direction. While growing as individuals, they also form countless friendships and become members of a brotherhood that last a lifetime.

The Sound gathers each year around Memorial Day, and spends the summer performing at private and public functions across the Cape and the greater Northeast of the U.S. Whether performing at a graduation party, one of their weekly shows, or street singing, the Hyannis Sound aims to provide a unique and interactive entertainment experience that keeps their audiences coming back for more.

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Sarah Swain & the Oh Boys at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Aug
2
7:30 PM19:30

Sarah Swain & the Oh Boys at Cotuit Center for the Arts

Cotuit Center for the Arts presents Sarah Swain & the Oh Boys on Friday, August 2, at 7:30 PM.

Sarah Swain & the Oh Boys have been playing to packed houses across the Cape since 2008, offering Swain’s well-crafted originals and rocking rockabilly classics with a splash of soul. Swain, on vocals and guitar, exudes an effervescent, infectious energy that will get everyone on their feet. Joining her are guitarist Mark Usher, Ron Siegel on upright bass, and Liam Hogg on drums.

Swain has been writing and playing since she was 15. She has toured on her own and as a supporting musician in various indie bands since 1995, and put out her first solo record, “One Girl Town,” in 2006. Swain also plays bass in the Greenheads, who open the Beachcomber in Wellfleet every year. In 2012, she released “Every Little Bird,” which won Album of the Year at the Limelight Magazine Music Awards. In 2016 the band released the self- titled “Sarah Swain & the Oh Boys.”

Tickets are $30, $25 for balcony seating. There is a $5 discount for members and a $2 discount for seniors and veterans. For tickets and more information, visit www.artsonthecape.org or call 508-428-0669. Cotuit Center for the Arts is at 4404 Route 28 in Cotuit.

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"Still a Bitch" Fat Ass Cancer Bitch"
Aug
2
7:30 PM19:30

"Still a Bitch" Fat Ass Cancer Bitch"

Friday, August 2, at 7:30pm. The bitch is back! Christine Ernst, the FACB, returns for her ninth annual show featuring all new material and her usual brand of irreverent, mouthy, no-holds-barred humor and story. Part stand-up, part storytelling. PG for language, nerve. Complimentary refreshments. $25. For tickets call 508-394-7100.

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Cape Harmony Summer Concert Series - Monday’s in Hyannis!
Jul
29
7:30 PM19:30

Cape Harmony Summer Concert Series - Monday’s in Hyannis!

Cape Harmony is thrilled to return to Cape Cod for its 14th season of summer a cappella! The group features ten young women from across the country that come to Cape Cod for the summer with the goal of engaging audiences and connecting with the community. Covering a range of music from The oldies to top 40 artists, Cape Harmony entertains audiences of all ages and has become an essential part of the classic Cape Cod summer experience.
Concert series run from June 10 -August 16
Check out Cape Harmony on Facebook or capeharmony.org for more information about the group! Make sure to check out a concert at one of the following locations this upcoming summer! You don’t want to miss this!

Mondays: 7:30 pm Federated Church of Hyannis
Wednesdays: 7:30 pm Cotuit Federated Church
Thursdays: 7:30 pm St. Christopher’s Church in Chatham
Fridays: 7:30 pm Congregational Church in Falmouth

**JOINT SHOW WITH VINEYARD SOUND**
July 22nd @ 8:00 pm – United Methodist Church, Martha’s Vineyard
August 1st @ 7:30 pm - St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church, Chatham MA

**JOINT SHOW WITH HYANNIS SOUND**
August 11th @ 7:00 pm - St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church, Chatham MA

**ALUMNAE SHOW** July 30th @ 7:00 pm – Federated Church of Hyannis
July 13th @ 7:30 pm - Federated Church of Hyannis, Hyannis MA

Tickets are sold at the door:

Adults - $12

Kids (10 and under) - $10

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