2023 Season

We are thrilled to announce our 2023 (and 60th anniversary) season!

Casa Valentina by Harvey Fierstein

May 11 – May 28th opens our season with the latest provocative Broadway play written by the Tony Award-winning icon of Hairspray, Kinky Boots, and Torch Song Trilogy. With a premise inspired by the true story of a mid-century sanctuary in the Catskills where men dressed as women, Casa Valentina reveals the crossroads of gender identity, sexual orientation, and the significance of community via a group of strangers whose lives are forever changed on a visit to the “Casa Valentina” lodge in the summer of 1962. Casa Valentina performs Thursdays – Sundays.

Four Star Solo Show Festival 

June 6– June 29th back by popular demand, June hosts a roster of four surprising and diversifying new works in the 4-Star Solo Show Festival — where each week of the month, a different solo show by an up-and-coming American writer/performer hits the stage. (List in formation.) The 4-Star Solo Show Festival performs Tuesdays – Thursdays.

The Fantasticks: Reimagined by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt

July 10 – August 31st will offer the East Coast premiere of a newly re-imagined adaptation of the landmark musical The Fantasticks by its original librettist and lyricist, Tom Jones. While Jones retains his and composer Harvey Schmidt’s timelessly romantic score (“Soon It’s Gonna Rain,” “They Were You,” “Try to Remember…”), he has revised his original script of The Fantasticks to find the young lovers Matt and Luisa have become — Matt and Lewis! Moreover, they aren’t being pushed into each other’s arms by their prankster, gardening fathers, but rather by their prankster, gardening mothers! With equally fresh twists on all the characters (in an adaptation that previewed in 2022 at Flint Repertory Theatre in Michigan), this summer’s production of The Fantasticks in Provincetown is a musical theater event not to be missed. The Fantasticks performs Mondays – Thursdays.

The Gale: Beware The Siren’s Song by Danica Jensen and Ellen Rousseau

October 12 – 29 will welcome the world premiere of an immersive theatrical journey into Provincetown’s most haunted ship, just in time for Halloween, with The Gale: Beware the Siren’s Song. Thursdays – Sundays.

What the Constitution Means to Me by Heidi Schreck 

Nov 16 – Dec 3 opening the week before Thanksgiving will be Heidi Schreck’s Pulitzer Prize finalist, What the Constitution Means to Me, in its Cape Cod premiere. Drawn from the playwright’s own life-long passion for the majesty and mystery of the U.S. Constitution, Schreck’s story shows how its author, while still in high school, used her intellectual curiosity of our country’s mightiest living document to win college scholarships at competitive Constitutional debates. In the process, Schreck unpacks an unexpected personal-is-political journey that is empowering, haunting, funny, and full of hope. What the Constitution Means to Me performs Thursdays – Sundays.