- Jun 10, 2023 @ 7:30pm
Favorite local performers prove gender doesn’t matter, but love does, as they explore and embrace the great songs of musical theater with a twist: the men sing songs intended for women and vice versa.
Twisted Broadway is a spin off of Broadway Backwards, an annual celebration where men sing Musical Theatre songs originally written for women and vice versa. Broadway Backwards began as a NYC grassroots concert performed in 2006. Regular CCftA performers John Weltman and Tedi Marsh are producing the show this year for the fourth time as a fundraiser with all proceeds benefiting the Center. Tedi says, “It is pure fun to interpret songs that we will never be cast in. Watching the imagination of Cotuit Center for the Arts’ performers, and the audience's reaction, is truly the highpoint of this production. Not to mention, in our own small grass roots way, we fundraise for this very worthy cause, our local Art Center, in the same spirit Broadway Backwards benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community."
“It’s an amazing evening of music and merriment, providing laughs, but also a fresh perspective on beloved tunes.” said David Kuehn, Executive Director of the Center. “It’s a great opportunity to see some of the Cape’s best vocalists and, at the same time, support the work of the Cotuit Center for the Arts.”
On the Main Stage
Saturday, June 10 at 7:30pm
Tickets $35, $30 for Members, $33 for Seniors/Veterans