A true Community Theater in historic Orleans that is committed to bringing great theater and performing arts productions to Cape Cod.
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“An architectural wonder" - Cape Cod Travel Guide
Founded in 1985, W.H.A.T. is the award-winning non-profit theater on Cape Cod that the New York Times says brought “a new vigor for theater on the Cape” and the Boston Globe says “is a jewel in Massachusetts’ crown.” Boston magazine named W.H.A.T. the Best Theater in 2004 and the Boston Drama Critics Association has twice awarded W.H.A.T. its prestigious Elliot Norton Award. In addition to world-class theater, in 2011, W.H.A.T.
Cape Cod’s favorite regional theater! Cape Rep pursues an exciting thought-provoking mix of contemporary and classic plays and musicals. Now in its 23rd year, Cape Rep has two theatres on over 7.5 acres on the north side of Route 6A in Nickerson State Park.
Over the last 20 years, thousands of people have come through the doors of Cotuit Center for the Arts and experienced an art center unlike anything else. Offering a variety of educational programs, performances and exhibitions, The Center has established itself as a great place to celebrate the arts. Founded in 1993 and incorporated as a non-profit charitable organization in 1995, Cotuit Center for the Arts has an excellent history of producing and presenting innovative, quality works that encourage individual artistic development and exploration.
Take a 19th century Cape meetinghouse, an extraordinary history, and more than eighty seasons of top-notch professional theatre, and it's easy to see why the Cape Playhouse is one of the most famous summer theatres in the country! America's Oldest Professional Summer Theatre has combined the best Broadway comedies, musicals, mysteries and dramas with unforgettable performances from the nation's finest actors since 1927. Also, the Cape Cod Center for the Arts offers fantastic Theater for Children.
We’re Cape Cod Live! 17 theaters and producing organizations working together to ensure a bright future for theater and all of the performing arts on Cape Cod.
Get up close and personal at the Cape Cod Melody Tent. For 62 years, the Cape Cod Melody Tent and our sister venue, the South Shore Music Circus, have been presenting world-class entertainment in the scenic Massachusetts coastal communities of Cohasset and Hyannis. The only two continuously-operated tent theatres in the round in the United States. No one gets you closer to the stars!
Gloriae Dei Artes is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to the pursuit of beauty, truth, and faith, in the Arts — sharing inspiration and education with people across many nationalities, cultures, and traditions. Youth enrichment is an important part of the mission of Gloriae Dei Artes. By leading workshops, teaching lessons, hosting assemblies, and encouraging student participation in classical music and performing arts, the GDA arts groups demonstrate the values of commitment, teamwork, enthusiasm, and respect for self and others.
The College Light Opera Company has been performing to sold-out audiences at Highfield Theatre since 1969 and is among the very best of American summer theatre traditions. An independent not-for-profit educational theatre, CLOC’s mission is to produce world-class music theatre for Cape Cod audiences while at the same time providing a training ground for America’s up-and-coming young artists. The company is made up of 32 talented singers, a fine 18-piece orchestra, and 13 dedicated technicians, all of whom are hand selected annually from applicants all across the country.