August 3 at 7:00PM at Sage Inn and Lounge
Check out the “Queer Queen of Comedy’s” new show “YOU CAN LEAVE YOUR PINK P@#SY HAT ON” at the new Pilgrim House Showroom.Make it an evening out with dinner and cocktails at Sage’s new Bar and Bistro, “The Landing.” Chef Lucio is serving up farm to table eclectic entrees and our bar has the best handcrafted cocktails in town.
August 4 at 8:30 PM at the UU Meeting House
LipSchtick is a one man quick-change show, in which David Scarbie Mitchell evolves through seven characters and eleven costume changes without EVER leaving the stage. Scarbie’s show has become a Provincetown must see over the years, so be sure to add it to your schedule!
August 5 at 7:00PM at the Paramount
The night we’ve all been waiting for, presented by the Crown and Anchor. Rock legend Courtney Love will be joined by her friend and collaborator Todd Almond, with whom she shares a unique artistic alchemy. The duo will perform selections from their new musical Kansas City Choir Boy and discuss a wide range of topics from the curious magic that occurs when artists collaborate to the fears they must bravely overcome to create their art.
August 8 at 7:30PM at Fisherman Hall
A cool event for a good cause! All proceeds benefit the Provincetown Community Compact. This performance is a benefit for Swim for Life and its 30 year anniversary. Elegies For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens is a song cycle with music by Janet Hood and lyrics and additional text by Bill Russell. The work features songs and monologues inspired by the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt and Edgar Lee Masters’ Spoon River Anthology.
September 11 – 17
September 14 – 17
September 15 – 16
September 28 – October 2
October 9 – 15
October 15 – 22