Season

2018!


May 17 – June 2

Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays   @   7 PM                                          Sundays   @   2 PM

Saturday June 2   @   2 PM  &  7 PM

Tickets $25   –   Buy Now

Directed by David Drake / Play by George S.  Kaufman & Moss Hart

Since its Broadway debut in 1936, Kaufman & Hart’s Pulitzer Prize-winning You Can’t Take It with You has become one of the most popular and produced plays in American history. A true classic, this hilarious screwball comedy unfurls under the bohemian roof of Grandpa Vanderhof’s creatively eccentric family – hopping with writers, painters, ballet dancers, xylophone players, caged snakes, a Russian duchess who lives to bake blintzes, and a basement full of firecrackers. When love blooms between Grandpa Vanderhof’s pretty granddaughter and the handsome son of an uptight, conservative Wall Street banker, the collision of their two worlds explodes into laughter!

A show for the whole family… (Including pet snakes).

Starring (in alphabetical order): John Anderson, Christopher Brooke, Michael Burke, Laura Cappello, Tim Famulare, Paul E. Halley, Dian Hamilton, Beau Jackett, *Jane MacDonald, Lisa-Marie Nowakowski, Tim Richmond, Fermin Rojas, Julia Salinger, Glenn Starner-Tate, James H. Swindler, Sallie Tighe, and Dawn Walsh.

*Appears courtesy of Actors Equity Association


 

                                                                                   A Different Star Every Week!

June 5 – June 27

Tuesdays & Wednesdays   @   7:30 PM

Tickets $20    OR    $40 Festival Pass to see all 4 shows!

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A celebration of diversity, the 4-Star Solo Show Festival at the Provincetown Theater will feature four star-turn performances that (variously) include outrageous comic characters, Broadway belting, bilingual jokes, disco dancing, a countertenor aria, a real life behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to be a gay porn star, and a guest appearance from “Scream Along with…” Billy Hough.

LIZA LOTT in Liza Sings the BluesJune 5 & 6

The Provincetown sensation kicks off the 4-Star Solo Show Festival with a joyous evening of bawdy jokes, sensational singing, and a look to out glamour Lady Gaga. In her only solo outing this season, don’t miss a beloved performer whom the Boson Globe rightly heralds “A knockout!”

MIGGUEL ANGGELO in Welcome to La Misa, Baby!  June 12 & 13

This Venezuelan-born performer whips up a John Leguizamo-esque tornado via a multitude of characters looking for a wild night at a gay, latin nightclub. Outrageous costumes, a plethora of jokes, it’s a tour de force which also includes Anggelo’s soaring countertenor vocals that New York Magazine calls, “A Must-See!”

NORA BURNS in David’s Friend – June 19 & 20

The hilarious veteran comedienne of Unitard and the Nellie Olesons unwinds a startlingly personal tale of her coming-of-age in the discos and after-hour clubs of Boston and New York City, led by her daring and dazzling BFF, David. A New York Times Critic’s Pick, Charles Isherwood hails it, “A feisty and funny one-woman show!”

CHRIS HARDER in Porn to be a Star  June 26 & 27

From a North Dakota farm boy to a gay porn superstar, Chris Harder (his real name) gallops through a gallery of goofball characters in this whackadoo world – often wearing nothing but a smile (For adults only, contains nudity). As Out Magazine proclaims, “Harder turns go-go into theater, and boylesque into a must-see event.”


 

July  16 – August 30

Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays   @   7:30 PM

Tickets $40   –   Buy Now

Directed by David Drake / Play by Terrence McNally

Terrence McNally’s Love! Valour! Compassion! is the story of friendship, loyalty, lust and love between an intergenerational group of gay men who gather over the course of one summer in a turn-of-the-century farmhouse in Duchess County, New York. By turns hilarious, sexy, and deeply moving, indeed their journey allows each man to claim a deeper depth of love, valour, and compassion for themselves, for one another, and for the unknown road ahead.

Winner of the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Obie, and New York Drama Critics’ Circle awards for Best Play, Love! Valour! Compassion! is for mature audiences only.

The production includes adult situations, frank language, and full-frontal nudity.

Starring (in alphabetical order): Mark Boucher, Scott Cunningham, *Peter Gregus, Adam Ross, Tommy Walsh, and Justin D. Quackenbush

*Appears courtesy of Actors Equity Association