Productions

Cape Cod Theatre Company/Harwich Junior Theatre inaugurates a new Outdoor Stage to celebrate our 70th Season!

Sponsored by the Bilezikian Family Foundation.

Additional support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and the Women’s Club of Chatham.

Seating is assigned by our house manager following all CDC protocols. We seat people in pods for health and safety reasons. Please be patient as we navigate the needs of families with children. Seating will be limited.

Charles Dickens’

A Christmas Carol: A Solo Performance by Neil McGarry

December 11 and 12
Saturday and Sunday, December 11 and 12 at 7 PM
Indoor Stage – For the safety of our audience, masks are required at indoor performances.

Neil McGarry, returns home in his awarding winning, solo performance. Armed only with Dickens’ glorious words, a few props, and an almost bare stage, McGarry delivers the perennial holiday classic in a riveting, tour de force that has left audiences captivated. A Christmas Carol is a kaleidoscope of action, dance, humor, and language.

Directed by Ross MacDonald, McGarry’s performance was named “Best of Boston” by critic Jules Becker and won “Best Solo Performance of 2014” from the Independent Reviewers of New England.

The regional premiere of

ALICE: A New Musical for the Holidays

Indoor Stage – For the safety of our audience, masks are required at indoor performances.

December 10 – January 2.
Friday evenings at 7pm
Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2pm
Vacation matinees: Monday – Thursday, December 27- 30 at 2pm
No shows on Christmas weekend, December 24, 25, 26, or New Year’s eve on December 31

Directed by Brittany Rolfs with Musical Direction by Robert Wilder and Choreography by Suzette Hutchinson. ALICE: A New Musical by Lesley Anderson and Andrew Barbato is an award-winning new musical adapted from Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Alice lands in a distorted new world and must rely on her quick wit and big heart to learn its customs. Will she be able to hold on to her idealistic dreams or be crushed by the pressure to fit in? Children will find the story magical and enchanting while an older audience may find it more poignant and whimsical. Alice is filled with a wonderful message and is the perfect family fare for the holiday season.