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ANNOUNCEMENTS: September 22, 2016

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Cape Cod Museum Month Runs Through September 30 This is the second annual Museum Month with some great events and discounts to some of your favorite museums on the Cape, including some places you may have heard of and always wanted to see! How does it work? It’s simple. Museum [...]

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Williams On The Edge

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by Steve Desroches Writing, good writing, requires vulnerability. Throughout Tennessee Williams’ career, he repeatedly bared his soul via his characters and narratives, some more obvious than others. And each of his works presented a different aspect of the man, his life, and his emotions, depending on his circumstances. It’s his [...]

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the 17,895th annual ShowgirlAwards

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September 12, 2016 @ The Atlantic House It was big news last week when RuPaul won an Emmy Award for hosting his smash hit RuPaul’s Drag Race. But just several days later in Provincetown many drag queens received golden honors themselves at the 17, 895th Annual Showgirl Awards where Ryan [...]

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The Long Road to Long Point

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by Steve Desroches In Sidney Simon’s etching Last Train to Doomben, a streetcar jammed with soldiers and sailors on leave head to a race track in Brisbane, Australia, for a little rest from war time military life during World War II. While the youth of the subjects is clear, their [...]

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The Roots of Desire

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by Steve Desroches For five years now Abrahamse & Meyer Productions, a theatrical company based in Cape Town, South Africa, has been participating in the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival, where they made their international debut in 2012. And what a debut it was as they blew audiences away with [...]

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The Oracle of Arias

September 14, 2016 5:00 am0 comments

by Steve Desroches Joey Arias came to Provincetown for the first time in 1976. He came at the invitation of famed fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez, and the two, along with an entourage of friends, piled in a car and drove from New York to the Cape at a time now [...]

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The Midas Touch

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by Steve Desroches Amber Martin is a one-woman K-tel album with a variety show soul. With a powerhouse voice, a slapstick wit, and a sense of stand up and out creativity all covered in honey-drizzled nostalgia for the 1970s, Martin is a veritable force of nature forging a path all [...]

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Great Scott!

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by Steve Desroches As a young girl growing up outside of Dallas Tori Scott had an innate love for the stage. Dance lessons, vocal coaches, school plays—Scott’s childhood was all about her love for performance. Her natural talent shone through, as did her dedication and passion for theater at such [...]

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Back to His Beginnings

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by Jeannette de Beauvoir It all started in Provincetown, and artist Paul Bellardo is finally—at age 92—coming home. Or at least his work is, in an exhibit called, appropriately enough, Look Who’s Back. Bellardo first came to Provincetown in 1947. “I’d just gotten out of the army,” he recalls. “I [...]

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A People’s History

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The Historical Fiction of Sally Cabot Gunning by Rebecca M. Alvin There aren’t many people who can track their family histories on Cape Cod as far back as Sally Cabot Gunning. The Brewster writer, who will be a featured guest at the inaugural Provincetown Book Festival, had relatives aboard the [...]

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