SALOME by Oscar Wilde
AMADEUS by Peter Shaffer
METAMORPHOSES by Mary Zimmerman
Mary Shelly’s FRANKENSTEIN
Charles Dickens’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL
STUDIO 54 NEW YEARS GALA
The Provincetown Theater is proud to host a full slate of collaborative and independent productions featuring five major productions:
by Oscar Wilde 1891
May 3- 20
Oscar Wilde’s scandalous play takes place at King Herod’s birthday party. “The Man Who Has It All” only wants one thing- for his step daughter Salome to dance for him. He promises to give her absolutely anything in return. What she asks for is unbelievable.
by Peter Shaffer 1979
May 24- June 11
This Tony Award winning play tells the highly fictionalized biography of the lives of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his rival composer Antonio Salieri.
by the American playwright Mary Zimmerman 1996
July 12- Aug 20
Mary Zimmerman’s Tony Award- winning mythic performance piece Metamorphoses is based on David R. Slavitt’s free-verse translation of the classic Metamorphoses of Ovid. Provincetown Theater’s multi-sensory summer production features – live music, video projection, dance and an indoor swimming pool.
by Mary Shelley 1818
Oct. 5- 30
Doctor Victor Frankenstein risks his life to conquer death. Frankenstein tells the tale of on the the most famous monsters of all time. Join the adventure this Halloween season through arctic seas, medieval universities, and the notorious Genevan Chateau of Lord Byron. The cast of Dracula for Dummies returns with more surprises as they reenact the journal of the infamous scientist as he is pursued by the abomination and the horrors it leaves in its wake.
A Christmas Carol 1843
By Charles Dickens 1843
Nov 24 – Dec 16
Audiences never lose affection for this Yuletide classic, as they literally follow the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, and Ebenezer Scrooge on a journey of redemption. Scrooge’s transformation from miserable miser to generous soul speaks to all ages of all times.
The 3rd Annual New Year’s Gala
Dec 29 – Jan 1
The Provincetown Theater Community wraps up its 2017 season with a New Year’s Gala to remember. This year pull out your bell bottoms and head down to Studio 54 to dance the night away!
The Provincetown Theater is a year-round community-driven center for the performing arts. In 2017, the Provincetown Theater will present several new “shoulder season” events, designed to continue developing community relationships and to partner with core cultural and civic institutions. During the fall, winter and spring there will be offerings of free classes, readings, performances, demonstrations and lectures on Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Tristan DiVincenzo, Executive Artistic Director
Alice Gong, Theater Manager
All productions and events take place in the 130-seat theater located at 238 Bradford Street. The Provincetown Theater is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and all donations are tax exempt. Thank you for your support!