The Provincetown Theater opened in June of 2004 to rave reviews from both the community of Cape Cod and the greater New England area. Provincetown now had its first permanent home for theater since the Playhouse on the Wharf burned down on March 25th, 1977. This was a dream come true for the creative community and its audience.
The Provincetown Theater has the capacity to seat 180 people for performance under special circumstances but normally performs with a 130-145 seat capacity depending on individual show requirements. Our lobby can accommodate up to 90 people standing and features a full bar. There is no kitchen on site but available caterers are only a phone call away.
The Provincetown Theater Company at the Provincetown Theater produce a plays, musicals, festivals, readings, literary and social service conferences. By employing full and part time workers and doing business whenever possible within the local community, the company has played a part in local cultural economic development.
An important part of the Provincetown Theater Company’s mission is to provide performance space for individual producers, community groups, service and performing arts organizations on Cape Cod and beyond.
Have you seen this young fella around town? You might recognize him from the Bradford Street Market. That's right! This gluten-free vegan is our new Business Manager.Sacha Ferrier-Cohen is a writer, producer, and director, who graduated from NYU's pr…Read More »
Be our guest at Seashore Point (100 Alden Street, Provincetown, MA) on Tuesday, April 24 at 7pm to meet our new Obie Award-winning artistic director David Drake as he introduces his new mission for the Provincetown Theater -- and gives a sneak peek i…Read More »
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…Read More »
Obie Winner David Drake Named New Artistic Director of Historic Provincetown Theater2018 Season-in-Making Opens in May with Pulitzer Prize-winning Comedy "You Can't Take It with You"Provincetown, MA.The Board of Directors of The Provincetown Theater …Read More »
2016 Program AdvertisingRenew your sponsorship today. Don't miss out on early bird discounts. 5% off if payment received by April 15, 2016. Deadline: All artwork and payment due May 1st, 2016. Recurring payments available.Become a Show SponsorÂ $250…Read More »
PLAYWRIGHTS ÂÂÂ The Provincetown Theater is requesting new plays for our Spring Playwright's Festival. You are being contacted because you have previously contributed to our 24 Hour Festivals or are a member of our Playwright's Lab. We will select…Read More »
Support the Arts!Volunteer We always welcome your help building and striking sets, painting, cleaning and organizing, ushering, distributing posters and filing. Let us know what you're interested in and we will set you up with comp tickets! 2016 Seas…Read More »
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of this widely influential theatrical milestone, the Provincetown Theater will host Then & Now: A Centennial Celebration of the Provincetown Players! for three weeks in July 2015. The theater will present a prog…Read More »
Provincetown, MA -- The Provincetown Theater proudly announces its 2015 season! An eclectic blend of the old and new, this year's lineup reflects key moments in the history of theater on the Outer Cape and beyond. Eugene O'Neill to Ryan Landry, Lonel…Read More »
Spring Playwrights' FestivalÂ The first Playwrights' Festival at the Provincetown Theater took place in the fall of 1999. Every other Sunday since then, the Provincetown Theater Playwrights' Lab has gathered to read and discuss each other's work, nur…Read More »
It has been a season of celebration in this 10th season of the Provincetown Theater facility. We have some amazing news to share with you and are asking for your continuedÂ support. Through the generous investment and faith in our theater's ongoing i…Read More »