(Please note our productions are recorded for archival purposes and the video and audio quality are far from professional).
This wonderful and uplifting number is from an obscure show titled "Zanna Don't!" and was featured in the second of three consecutive years' original production "The ABCs of NYC", conceived and produced by Holly Erin McCarthy. Musical Direction by Henry Buck and a cast featuring Hannah Carrita, Jared Hagan, Meghan, Magrath, Martha Paquin and Anthony Teixeira. Click here to view the playbill from the show.
"Knights of the Round Table" from the record-breaking hit 2013 production of Spamalot. Click here to view the playbill from the show.
From our 2015 Production of Gypsy featuring Kristin Fehlau as Mazzeppa, Sue Lindholm as Electra; and Laura Shea as Tessie Tura. Click here to see the playbill from the show.
From our 2018 production of Man of La Mancha, Chris Edwards embodied the role of Don Quixote in one of the most stunning and successful productions in the history of the Center. Click here to view the playbill from the show.
Sunday, by the blue purple yellow red water
On the green purple yellow red grass
Let us pass through our perfect park
Pausing on a Sunday
By the cool blue triangular water
On the soft green elliptical grass
As we pass through arrangements of shadow
Toward the verticals of trees
From our 2017 production of Stephen Sondheim's masterpiece "Sunday in the Park with George". Click here to view the playbill from the show.
The Centertonix present their second Coronavirus a cappella song parody produced in May 2020
From the first collaboration with Ruth Condon Price and Brave Horse Music, this beautiful 2014 tribute to Burt Bacharach remains one of the Center's most popular and successful shows to date. Click here to view the playbill from the show.
Our second community quarantine lip-sync video. May 2020
One of our largest casts ever delivered director/choreographer Michele Colley's outstanding choreography to enthusiastic houses in this 2018 production which we think was practically perfect in every way! Click here to view the playbill from the show.
Produced by Ruth Condon of Brave Horse Music, Emily Wade Adam's tribute to Amy Winehouse featured a top notch band and a wonderful combination of Amy Winehouse's hits in addition to this show-stopping finale. Click here to view the playbill from the show
Sara Sneed brought the house down night after night with this gut-wrenching number from our 2018 production of Man of LaMancha. Click here to view the playbill from the show
This production from 2012 was the first to employ a revolve, designed and built by Jim Hoeck, and the theater was set up as the Kit Kat Club with the bar inside the theater. Directed by Kylie Donovan, now making her serious mark on the Hollywood entertainment scene, and choreographed by the late Pam Wills. Cabaret was a turning point in many ways for CCftA. Click here to view the playbill from the show.
This outstanding performance by Anthony Teixeira and Jordan Renzi is from our 2015 production of the Brave Horse Music original production of "The Beat Goes On", conceived and directed by Ruth Condon Price with musical arrangements by Malcolm Granger and video projections by Jim Hoeck. For a complete list of credits from the show click here.
Such great memories of a monumental show. This 2011 production was a huge hit and also launched the Center's foray into theme oriented signature cocktails. Click here to view the playbill from the show
The Centertonix present their first Coronavirus inspired a cappella song parody. Produced in April 2020
This video of highlights features several iconic numbers from our 2018 production of Jesus Christ Superstar. Click here to view the playbill from the show
This was one of the first times we re-invented the theater with a new stage orientation and cabaret theater seating. The 2013 production was directed by Kiley Donovan and choreographed by Pam Wills, and this performance of "Marieke" is one of the Center's executive director's all time favorite moments. The audience went wild every night! Way to go, Kami Lyle! Click Here to view the playbill from the show.
This video was compiled during the first week of April, 2020 when the Center and most everything else in the world was shut down to the general public. 50 Performers sent video clips with a message of hope.
The Fugue from Beethoven's Diabelli Variations - a duet between a pianist and Beethoven from our 2014 production of Moises Kaufman's "33 Variations" Click Here to view the playbill from the show
One of the all-time great musical numbers from our 2013 production of Stephen Sondheim's masterpiece, COMPANY - click here to view the playbill from the show
This heartbreaking ballad is from our 2014 production of Grey Gardens. At the end of the video there is a link to the program insert. Cast and Crew bios and information about the production are included, so please watch to the end!
March 21, 2020. This video, produced by Tristan DiVincenzo, features the staff of Cotuit Center for the Arts reflecting on works of art from our local artistic community from the exhibit BLUES. This open juried exhibition was mounted while the Center was closed to the public. These reflections by the staff took place the day before everyone was laid off during the pandemic crisis. None of us are sure when and how we rebuild, but this video will confirm that Cotuit Center for the Arts has the most amazing staff any organization could wish for. There is a link at the end of the video, but to view each work in the current exhibit you may also click here
Thursday, March 19, 2020
If we were living in normal times I would be writing notes of encouragement and gratitude this morning to the casts and crews of TOMMY and "Death and the Maiden" - both originally scheduled to open tonight. I have faith that everyone who worked so hard, volunteering thousands of hours in preparation and rehearsal, will perform these two brilliant shows on our stages. We won't have live music on campus tonight, but you can share some of the TOMMY talent by viewing our carpool karaoke video here. Be well dear friends and as always we will keep you posted.
- David Kuehn