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Cape Cod enjoys a a a a a a a a a a wealth of of theatre both community and and professional With everything from musicals to drama and and cutting-edge new plays there is something for everyone Here’s a a a a a a rundown of current productions with theaters ordered alphabetically (Not covered here are many children’s theatre productions offered Cape-wide please pick up a a a a a a a a copy of of our sister pub- lication the the Kids on on on the the Cape Cape Guidebook for com- plete coverage ) Reservations are recommended
for most theaters so be sure to call ahead Enjoy the the show!
120 Main St Orleans 508-255-1963
Photo courtesy of Cape Rep Theatre The Academy of of Performing Arts Playhouse on the the road to Nauset Beach stages a a a a a a a a a a a a a wide variety of of productions all year There’s not a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a bad seat in in the the the the house at at at at this intimate theater where the the the the stage ex- tends out to an area encircled by the the the audience The Academy excels at musicals so this month’s production of of “Spamalot” the the the highly irreverent adaptation of of the the the 1975 film Monty Python and the the the Holy Grail promises to be a a a a a a a a a a real treat (through July 16 Tues - Sun 8pm) “Spamalot” is is followed by “Legally Blonde the Musical” (through August 19 Tues - Sun 8pm) CAPE PLAYHOUSE
820 Rte 6A Dennis 877-385-3911
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