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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Ringing in the yuletide season, we’ll once again gather our community for the annual Townie Holiday Extravaganza!Only this year, in keeping with all of our 2020 programming, the show will be a one-nightvirtual event.
Featuring over 20 performers from the Cape, this diverse and family-friendly show goes live on Sunday, December 20 at 7pm on our Virtual Programming page. Streaming free-of-charge, with a suggested donation of $20. For more information click below:
An original virtual production for Hallow’s Eve, Ghost Light tells the story of a painting of a beautiful young woman who haunts old Cape Cod’s Provincetown Theater. Recognizable to countless patrons of the playhouse as the “Lady of the Lobby,” Ghost Light finally reveals the real life legacy behind the mystery.
Hosted by Artistic Director David Drake and featuring Marco Calvani, Sandra Paredes, and Julia Salinger.
For more information, visit our Virtual Programming page:
The Provincetown Theater is thrilled to announce that our 2020 Provincetown American Playwright Award recipient is trailblazing, gender-bending legend Mr. Charles Busch! Mr. Busch will be honored with his PAPA in a special fundraising event on Saturday August 15, which will stream free-of-charge here on our website. For more information, click below:
The Provincetown Theater is honored to have been chosen as one of four local arts organizations to receive institutional access to the beautifully restored Mary Heaton Vorse House in Provincetown’s East End. Designer and benefactor Ken Fulk recently shared his vision for this historic house with the New York Times, where he imagines this house as a major asset in the reclamation of Provincetown’s status as a premier art colony. His act of generosity comes full-circle for us in the theater community as Mary Heaton Vorse (in addition to being a writer, director, and actress in her own right) was herself instrumental in the success of the original Provincetown Players by allowing her fish house on Lewis Wharf to be repurposed as their makeshift stage. Now, over 100 years later, the Provincetown Theater is galvanized by this opportunity to keep Ms. Vorse’s memory alive and, simultaneously, to aid Mr. Fulk in his mission of promoting the arts here on the Outer Cape.