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Doctor Faustus Lights The Lights By Gertrude Stein

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Tel: 1 (508) 487-7487
238 Bradford Street | - | PO Box 02657 | Provincetown, Massachusetts

$20 each week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday from Apr 27th through May 14th at 730PM
Director, Tristan DiVincenzo explores the sonics of the piece as his cast manipulates both live audio and visual technology. The effects create a modern multimedia cacophony of sound and vision where classical and modern additional personage emerge from. This magical mirror of sorts produces such characters as: Margarita Ida Helena Annabelle, Mephisto, Viper, Man From Over The Sea, Boy and Dog, Boy and Girl. These are the symbolic and often shifting character names of “Dr. Faustus Lights the Lights”. The play, like Gertrude Stein herself, contains a profoundly deep and ironic sense of humor.


“Happy Days” by Samuel Beckett

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Tel: 1 (508) 487-7487
238 Bradford Street | The Provincetown Theater | Provincetown, Ma 02657

$20 each week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Mar 10th through Mar 12th at 730PM
The Provincetown Theater’s 2016 season opens with Samuel Beckett’s “Happy Days”, running March 10 to 12th at 7:30 pm and March 13th at 2pm. Playwright Samuel Beckett is regarded as one of America’s true theatrical innovators. His surrealist-absurdist plays call for specific and striking imagery and his text is praised as spare and poetic. In “Happy Days” his lead character, Winnie, is buried to her waist in a mound. By the end of the play, she has sunken into the mound almost entirely. Winnie, in this static situation, can perform only an elaborate ballet of the hands and head using limited props, punctuating the performance with vocal trills, arias, wistful commentary.



Oscar Wilde’s THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

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Tel: 1 (508) 487-7487
238 Bradford Street | Provincetown Theater | Provincetown, MA 02657

$25 each week on Sunday from May 22nd through Jun 5th at 2PM
One of Wilde’s most beloved works, the play takes a satirical look at Victorian London. Wilde’s madcap farce continues to delight audiences with its eccentric characters and rapid-fire wit, involving plot lines of mistaken identities and lovers’ entanglements. Obie Award winner David Drake directs this INCREDIBLE cast of Provincetown favorites! Anne Stott – Earnest Alexandra Foucard – Algernon Scott Cunningham – Gwedolyn Michael Burke – Cecily Sallie Tighe – Rev. Casuble Bragan Thomas – Miss Prism Connie Tavanis – Merriman Alison Hyder – Lane AND Anthony Jackman – Lady Bracknell



The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

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Tel: 1 (508) 487-7487
238 Bradford Street | Provincetown, Massachusetts

$25 each week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday from May 19th through Jun 5th at 730PM
One of Wilde’s most beloved works, the play takes a satirical look at Victorian London. Wilde’s madcap farce continues to delight audiences with its eccentric characters and rapid-fire wit, involving plot lines of mistaken identities and lovers’ entanglements. Obie Award winner David Drake directs this INCREDIBLE cast of Provincetown favorites! Anne Stott – Earnest Alexandra Foucard – Algernon Scott Cunningham – Gwedolyn Michael Burke – Cecily Sallie Tighe – Rev. Casuble Bragan Thomas – Miss Prism Connie Tavanis – Merriman Alison Hyder – Lane AND Anthony Jackman – Lady Bracknell



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