Last month’s online co-presentation of Athol Fugard’s Victory in collaboration with Capital Classics Theatre Company and Racial Justice Provincetown was such a hit, we’re bringing it back with co-presenters Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater (WHAT) and the Provincetown Film Society on Saturday, March 13 at 7pm.
Again, streaming free-of-charge, this is a live, interactive virtual theater experience!
In our desire to become the change we want to see, we must come together and find the possibilities together. And indeed, the story of this powerful one-act play by South Africa’s most renowned playwright invites a perfect opportunity for developing a dialogue in its examination of the despair of many young Black citizens who see little prospect of a constructive future.
So simply click on the link below and join us on Sat, Mar 13 at 7pm to experience the Capitol Classics Theatre Company’s amazing performers in Athol Fugard’s Victory, and engage in a conversation of the play’s themes and relevance to our world today.
To honor Black History Month, this Sat, Feb 27th at 7pm, we’re very excited to partner with the Capital Classics Theatre Company of Hartford, CT to present – via ZOOM! – their insightful conversation inspired by Athol Fugard’s one-act play, Victory. This powerful play by South Africa’s most renowned playwright examines the despair many young Black citizens feel when seeing little prospect of a constructive future. Set in New South Africa, following the first free election in 1994, Victory features two adolescents discovered while robbing a home. Their discovery leads to a night of dialogue, revealing the hardships of living in apartheid-created poverty.
Moderated by directors Jan Mason and Geoff Sheehan, the audience will discuss the play’s themes and their relevance and resemblance to our world today in between excerpts from the play as performed by artists from the Capital Classics Theatre Company. Completely free-of-charge, please join us on this thrilling new venture with members of the Racial Justice Coalition of Provincetown this Sat, Feb 27 at 7pm on ZOOM at the link below.
This Sunday Feb 28, John Thomas’s Music Without Borders welcomes back the magnificent jazz saxophone player Ken Field to join John for another beautiful 29-minute meditative swirl of world music. Streaming without charge, Music Without Borders kindly welcomes donations. Click on our virtual programming page to see it this Sunday at 7pm:
For the 11th year in a row, we’re partnering up with the Provincetown Playwrights’ Lab on President’s Day Weekend to present the annual24 Hour Plays.
On Sat, Feb 13 at 7pm & Sun, Feb 14 at 2pm, watch five 10-minute “zoom” plays that five writers, three directors and 15 actors have created in – yep! — 24 Hours. So, grab your Valentine on the weekend of Feb 13 & 14 — and snuggle up with the most adventurous new works on the web! Head to our Virtual Programming page to watch the presentation and learn more.
In addition to the 24 Hour Plays, John Thomas’ Music Without Borderscontinues this Sunday, Feb 7, with the exquisite gospel singer Mozelle. Click below to learn more or to catch up on the first two episodes.
The Provincetown Theater is proud to present, fresh from his 2019-2020 Fulbright grant in Bulgaria, the renowned Cape Cod pianist and musical director John Thomas in a new virtual musical meditation series entitled Music without Borders.
Debuting Sunday January 24, this weekly exploration into world music begins streaming every Sunday at 7pm through March 7 here on provincetowntheater.org and on our YouTube channel. For a half-hour each week, “Music Without Borders” will engage audiences with the kind of peace, serenity and beauty offered by John Thomas’s astonishing talent at our grand piano on the Provincetown Theater stage. With a special guest or two each week, the music takes us on a boundary-free journey from classical to gospel to original to improvisation to countries near and far.
For more information on Music Without Borders, please visit our Virtual Programming page:
During these unprecedented times, the Provincetown Theater Foundation is especially thankful for all who donate in support of our organization. It’s primarily through the generous contributions of our incredible patrons that we’re able to meet our expenses and keep our year-round employees on staff. By making a financial gift today, you can help ensure that the show will go on once it’s safe for us to reopen.
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