Featuring Zoë Lewis!
This devastatingly funny one act follows a day in the life of Sam, an out-of-work actor who mans the red-hot reservation line at Manhattan's number-one restaurant.
John Weltman and director Carol McManus bring Truman Capote to life in this one-man tour de force.
The Zoo Story is a one-act dark comedy by American playwright Edward Albee exploring themes of isolation, loneliness, miscommunication, social disparity and dehumanization in a materialist world.
Dark, bold, and sometimes satirical is how Cape Cod artist Jaime Elkins describes her work that reflects the response she has toward the world as she sees it.
Dysfunctional is not your typical ceramics exhibit. Dysfunctional is an art show about thought-provoking ceramic work that doesn’t serve an immediate practical purpose.
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Author and theater reviewer Sue Mellen lifts the curtain on the rich history of theater on Cape Cod.
This presentation explores the George Floyd killing and racism, while questioning the soul of this country.
In these difficult, soul-searching times, many of us are looking for ways to stay positive and look towards a better future. This exhibition, titled HOPE, is designed for artists to express their visions of a hopeful tomorrow.
Tribute to Joni Mitchell, featuring songwriter and recording artist Dawna Hammers.
From the creator of the CCftA smash hit "Rodgers, Hart, and Hammerstein" comes "Mary and Ethel: a Tribute to Mary Martin and Ethel Merman."
These presentations will not only reflect on some of the music that influenced Bach but also music he influenced from all over the world.
A virtual exhibit, inspired by Black Lives Matter.
We're going to spruce up our beloved campus! So please join us for a morning clean up.
In lieu of the 20th Annual Masquerade Ball, CCftA invites you to participate in the Art & Souls Lantern Spectacular!