August 19, 2021, at Provincetown Town Hall at 7:00pm
PAX and Ty Sunderland present, Love Prism where a love triangle meets a light prism! Join us for a night of disco, house, pop remixes, vocal house, & euro dance!
August 20, 23 – 26, and August 30 – September 2, 2021 at Provincetown Theater at 7:00pm
The Glass Menagerie is a classic family story of love, loss, and letting go which changed the American Theater forever. With the production under the stars this summer, it will unleash Williams’ timeless voice into the Outer Cape night from which his masterpiece was born.
August 24, 2021 at Crown & Anchor at 7:30pm
Hosted by Jonathan Hawkins featuring Provincetown’s incredible talent, each week will highlight local artists as well as the best of queer talent from around the world!
August 25, 2021 and August 26, 2021 at The Crown & Anchor at 6:00pm
The Crown & Anchor is Suede’s Provincetown home and she’s always thrilled to come back for a few shows a year with her great New England band, Fred Boyle, piano, Rich Hill, bass and Steve Langone, drums.
From the Town Crier: Favorite Summer Hike
My favorite summer hike is out to Wood End Light from First Landing Park.
First: Check the local tide chart to ensure that the breakwater will be passable and you won’t become stranded.
This hike begins at the roundabout near Provincetown Inn at #1 Commercial Street. Bring a bottle of water, sunscreen, a wide brimmed hat, and proper shoes! The walk over the breakwater takes about 30 minutes one way. Once on dry land at the far end, keep an eye out for poison ivy and you’ll be fine. The beach affords commanding views of all marine traffic coming in and out of Provincetown Harbor. At low tide, one can follow the beach all the way around to Boy Beach, and returning back to the roundabout on dry land. Bring your camera!
The work here is varied in style and media and has nothing in common and everything in common – just like people themselves.
Ron Amato is a Professor of Photography and Related Media at Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. Much of Ron’s work centers on issues of sexual identity. ptownie is looking forward to further collaboration with Ron.
Between Lancy’s Wharf and the engine house of the Colonial Cold Storage plant is a three-story building that once housed the Old Reliable Fish House restaurant and pier, now a forlornly abandoned near-ruin.
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September 16, 2021 – September 19, 2021
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