Cape Cod Theatre Company/Harwich Junior Theatre inaugurated a new Outdoor Stage in 2021!

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.


Magic, Mystery, and Fun for the Whole Family!
Monday & Tuesday, February 21& 22

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

Join the Amazing Richard & Company appearing at CCTC/HJT February Vacation week! Thrill to their inventive and amazing illusions with a Magical Snow Storm onstage, Comedy Sword Box, Houdini Escape Trunk, and much more including kids becoming Magicians! Ages 3-103!

The world premiere of


A new comedy by Susan Lumenello

March 18 – April 3, 2022
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings at 7 PM
and Sundays at 2 PM.

Arthur Conan Doyle has a problem; his creation Sherlock Holmes. At first, Arthur brims with excitement over Sherlock’s arrival, hoping that his make-believe detective will bring him fame and rescue him from a dull, medical practice. That’s exactly what Sherlock does, outshining his creator. Arthur wants to work on more serious literary ventures. But the world won’t let Arthur stop.

• • •Coming in 2022• • •


By Wendy Lement
Directed by Nina Schuessler

Coming April 2022

Red Swans is based on the real-life experiences of Lisa Gervai Egler & Katja Caselles and explores the power of art as means of defiance and survival. The play centers on the friendship between Lisa and Katja (both with Jewish mothers), who meet at art school in Berlin during WWII. The fast friends share a love of art, music, and life. Katja meets a talented potter named Cato, who recruits the girls into a resistance group dubbed “The Red Orchestra” by the Gestapo. The friends serve as couriers and embark on dangerous missions. Against all odds, Lisa and Katja survive the war and reunite in Berlin. Regardless of what the future holds, they realize that their artwork kept them sane and alive.