Provincetown Theater Foundation News - May 25, 2018

Arts and Entertainment

May 29, 2018

From: The Provincetown Theater

A Smashing Season Opening:

The premiere weekend of our spring opener You Can’t Take It with You was a huge and joyous success. Over 400 in attendance over the first four performances, the crowds welcomed Kaufman & Hart’s Pulitzer Prize-winning classic with big belly laughs and standing ovations. As did the critics, who raved…

You Can’t Take It with You continues May 24-June 2, Thurs – Sat at 7pm & Sun May 27 at 2pm. Sat June 2 at 2pm. Good seats still available... Click Here For Tickets

Reception for Inns & Restaurants

Continuing our mission to build a stronger community with our neighbors, please join us for a reception for inn & restaurant owners on Tuesday, May 29, from 5-6:30pm at the Provincetown Theater, 238 Bradford St. New artistic director David Drake will give us an overview of the 2018 season, with board president David Wilson, treasurer Dan Schreiner, business manager Sacha Ferrier-Cohen opening a conversation about how local inns and restaurants can benefit from our productions at the Provincetown Theater.

TUES, May 29th, 5-6:30pm
hors d'oeuvres & libations will be served
Provincetown Theater 238 Bradford Street
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Our New Major Donors:

With individual sponsorships, an invaluable piece of our arts institution, we are thrilled to welcome several new supporters to our membership circles!

First joiner to the new Susan Glaspell Circle is Daryl Roth, the Tony Award-winning Broadway producer of Kinky Boots, Angels in America, The Normal Heart, and most recently, Paula Vogel’s Indecent.

The Jig Cook Circle received a major contribution from a world-renowned visual artist, who prefers to remain anonymous. We are also thrilled to announce longtime Provincetown Theater supporter Robert Seaver as a major donor.

The Harry Kemp Circle welcomes Cape Cod philanthropist (and recent transplant to P’town from Nantucket) John Brewer.

And our Friends Circle is thrilled to have the support of David Binder, the Tony Award-winning Broadway producer of Hedwig, and the new artistic director of BAM.

So, please visit our membership page to see what Circle you might be able to join in order to support our mission to keep the birthplace of American Theater alive and well… and putting on shows year-round at the tip of the Cape!

Click Here For Membership Information