Current Season

Provincetown Theater Foundation

Winter Reading Series

Jan 28, Feb 04, Feb 11, Feb 18, Feb 25, Mar 04, Mar 11 at 7:30 pm

2015-winter-reading-poster Come support local theatre and get warm every Wednesday at 7:30pm. Suggested donation at the door. "The  Men" or "Stalking Random Pastels" by Lee Roscoe  about peer pressure, harassment,  love, and the "acceptable" world vs. that of imagination/art and nature will lead off the Winter Reading  Series Wednesday, February 4th at 7:30pm in the lobby. "The Other Side of the River" by Carl Rossi - February 11 "The Nose on Her Face" by Ellen Davis Sullivan - February 18 "What Happens in Iowa" by Joe Starzyk - Friday, Feb 20 "Nothing Like Justice" by Jim Marlow - February 26 "Best Enemies" by Michael Kimball - March 4 "The Stuffed Oyster" by Matt Tudor - March 11    

Loramers Productions, LTD

"The Gift" by Steve Lyons

Mar 19 - Mar 21, Mar 26 - Mar 28, Apr 02 - Apr 04 at 7:30 pm
Mar 22, Mar 29, Apr 05 at 2:00 pm

Presented by Loramers Productions, LTD. Directed by DAVID DRAKE. Associate Director, MARGARET VAN SANT. With BEAU JACKETT, GABBY CALIXTE, JANE E. MACDONALD (*appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association), SALLIE TIGHE, JIMI LITTLE THE GIFT is a two act play by Steve Lyons that takes place in the 1960's. The themes of racial and social divisions and the conflict between science and religion are as relevant today as they were in this tumultuous time in our cultural history. Moving back to his southern Appalachian home to restore the medical practice of his deceased father, a young Thom Riddle meets and falls in love with Eshie, the beautiful black Evangelist, who is blessed with the gift of tongues. Further complicating their love affair is his questioning of her faith and this perceived "gift." This sets off a series of events and emotions that opens up the racial and social divisions of the community, of his family and of her church's pastor, a dynamic and commanding man, who is a pivotal force in the unfolding events that lead Eshie to her true voice. Ticket cost includes $3.50 ticket handling fee which is the same regardless of phone, web or walkup purchase. No additional fees will be added.  

Adults: $26.50

Spring Playwrights' Festival 2015 "Lab Results: Selections from the Provincetown Playwrights' Lab, 1999 – 2014"

May 01 - May 02, May 08 - May 09 at 7:30 pm
May 03, May 10 at 3:00 pm

In collaboration with The Provincetown Library, "Lab Results: Selections from the Provincetown Playwrights' Lab, 1999 – 2014", is an ebook being published. This year's festival celebrates fifteen years of Playwrights' Lab with eight selections from the book. "In The Middle" by Paul Pilchner The play is about a young man's struggle with bisexuality. "The Tour" by Candace Perry Two aging Southern sisters visit the plantation once owned by their family and, instead of taking a tour touting the glories of the past, they spend the day as slaves. "Toni" by Doug Asher-Best "Birdie at the Lily" by Jody O'Neil "Deceit" by Bob Cohen "Passing the Torch" by Jerry Thompson Lucelia, age eighty-three, faces a difficult challenge at the Pilgrims' Monument in Provincetown with support from her eight year old grand daughter Lucy. H.P. Lovecraft's "The Picture in the House" Adapted for the stage by Bragan Thomas When a scholarly traveler takes shelter in an ancient cottage, he learns too much for his own good. "Man and Woman Settle Differences" by Brigid Moynahan Ticket cost includes $3.50 ticket handling fee which is the same regardless of phone, web or walkup purchase. No additional fees will be added.

Adults: $18.50
Seniors: $13.50