The Harwich Junior Theatre Junior Players present: Never Eat a Talking Lobstah and other Cape Cod tales. Come hear the stories of Salty John, king of the Lobstahs and his friends while they escape some salty situations and conquer evil. This show screams Cape Cod and teaches lessons along the way. But most importantly remember never eat a talking lobstah!

Never Eat a Talking Lobstah

Written by Steph DeFerie

August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

11:00 am 

The tranquility of a summer’s picnic along the riverbank is shattered by the incorrigible Toad and his friends, the winsome Mole and the stalwart Rat, coughing in his dusty wake but determined to reform him.  Toad’s bumpy path takes him to the Wide World where he is arrested and sent to prison.  Although he manages to escape disguised as a Washerwoman, he falls into the clutches of a ruthless Thief.  While searching for Toad, Mole and Rat become lost in the Wild Wood.  Saved by the stern but forgiving Badger, the three animals rescue Toad from the Thief in the rousing conclusion.  The charm of the story and the love the animals share for their world is underscored by delightful songs.

The WIND in

August 16- 30

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday evenings at 7pm. 
Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays at 4pm. 

BOSTON READS will perform a reading of THE GIN GAME by D.L Coburn, performed by storied Boston actors M. Lynda Robinson and Richard McElvain who are also the founders of BOSTON READS.
The Pulitzer Prize Award winning play uses the card game as a metaphor for life. As an aging couple in a seedy nursing home play the game, the intimacies of their past spill forth like the cards from the deck as they reach out to make some sense of their damaged lives. It is, at once, very funny and deeply moving.

The Gin Game

August 23, 2019

7:00 pm. 

MY SHIP taps into the 1941 “Hit Parade” with songs like “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” “Boggie Woogie Bugle Boy,” and “The White Cliffs of Dover,” and explores the emotional climate of an American woman as it entered WWII. Derow revisits the music that comforted and uplifted a nation until there was peace “At Last.” Conceived by Derow, her Award-Winning Director Jeff Harnar, and the late Musical Director Barry Levitt, the show’s Musical Director/Pianist is Ian Herman, with local Cape Cod jazz musicians – Bart Weisman On Drums and Ron Ormsby On Bass.


DAWN DEROW in My Ship: Songs from 1941

August 31,  7:30 pm

September 1, 4:00 pm

$25 general/$20 Senior and $15 under 21

This event will feature a stellar array of poets – Justen Ahren, Charles Harper, Renuka Raghavan & Daniel Tobin – plus music by Out Late with Diana Di Gioia.

Voices of Poetry- Back On Stage

Sunday September 8 at 5pm

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UnBox – Movimento V inaugurates the fifth season of the Movimento Project, a regional, contemporary choreographic initiative that combines local talent with international connections in an emerging program of artistic residences, public workshops and multiple performances throughout the year in many local venues. This year’s performance exhibition at the Cape Cod Theatre Company offers an immersion experience in the nature and artifice, delimiting and supporting role that boxes offer our comparatively frail and flexible, fluid and free human anatomy, personality and creativity. Come join us for an all-ages hour of live music, contemporary dance, interaction and as always, fun surprises at this year’s Movimento V show – UnBox!


September 19, 20, 21

7:30 pm

$20 general admission

By John Patrick Shanley, Directed by Susan Kosoff September 20 -29 Thursday – Saturday at 7:30 pm & Sundays at 3 pm. Set against the
backdrop of a 1960s America in the midst of political and social change, a progressive young priest’s conduct comes under question by Sister Aloysius Beauvier, the school principal whose beliefs are deeply rooted in tradition. As the actions and motivations of each are scrutinized and suspicion mounts, the two are drawn into a battle of wills that threatens irrevocable consequences for all involved. Starring James P. Byrne as Father Brendan; Jane Staab as Sister Aloysius Beauvier; Martha Paquin as Sister James and
Sara-Ann Semeda as Mrs. Muller.

DOUBT, a parable

September 20-29, 2019

Thursday – Saturday at 7:30 pm.
Sundays at 3:00 pm.

$20 general admission

Book and Music by Maureen Condon. An environmentalist daughter outwits her oil tycoon Dad to transform his company into a Green Energy Giant

“An Official Selection of the 2016 New York Musical Festival.”! Tickets are $27 general, $25 seniors and $15 Youth under 21.

CRUDE- The Climate Change Musical

A World Premiere!

October 10 – November 10, 2019

Thursdays 7:00 pm.

Fridays & Saturdays 7:30 pm.

Sundays 2:00 pm.