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I Want to Be Miss Venezuela

by Steve Desroches When Migguel Anggelo was a little boy all he wanted to be was Miss Venezuela. It’s hard to explain just how big...

Yo No Creo en Fronteras

Las Cafeteras Bring Their Beats to Payomet by Melissa Yeaw “Our music is a mix of African, Indigenous, Arabic, Spanish, beats, rhythms, and rhymes. It’s Afro-Mexican...

Not of this Earth

by Rebecca M. Alvin The year is 1977. We’re in what John Cameron Mitchell calls “the New Jersey of London”—Croydon, England. Three teenage boys find...

A Lifetime in Cabaret

Q&A with Carol O’Shaughnessy You can’t help but smile at a Carol O’Shaughnessy show. This year’s Lifetime Achievement Award honoree at Provincetown CabaretFest has been...

Laughs Across the Pond

by Steve Desroches Gina Yashere makes the world laugh. Born in London to Nigerian immigrants, the stand-up comic now lives in New York and not...

The Lure of the Sea

by Rebecca M. Alvin Reflecting on the storms of this past winter, particularly the one that had the bay overflowing onto Bradford Street in January,...

The 2018 Entertainment Preview

by Steve Desroches Ask any visitor why they come to Provincetown and you’ll get a variety of answers ranging from the town’s natural beauty to...

REVIEW: You Can’t Take It With You

by Steve Desroches Chances are you know someone on stage at the Provincetown Theater’s production of You Can’t Take It With You. Chances are in...

Review: Basura by Christeene

by Steve Desroches When Christeene took to the stage at F*g Bash at the Governor Bradford on a hot, steamy July night in 2013, lit...

Coming Home

David Drake takes the helm of the Provincetown Theater by Steve Desroches The lobby of the Provincetown Theater smells like coffee. The percolator lets out an...