Mary Poppins The Musical will be performed by the Chatham Drama Guild from Thursday July 13th to Sunday August 6th.
And It’s Going To Be SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPLIALIDOCIOUS! It’s a ‘ practically perfect’ experience for the entire family with even more music than the movie! Be sure to bring your camera to take photos with Mary after the show!
July 13 – August 6
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday Evenings at 7:30
Saturday & Sunday Afternoons at 4pm
Tickets: $20.00 students, $24.00 adults
Chatham Drama Guild, 134 Crowell Road, Chatham
The Chatham Town Band 2016 Season begins on July 30th and runs every Friday Night through Labor Day weekend September 1st Join in this Cape Cod Tradition since the 1940s!
Concerts begin at 8:00 PM and last approximately an hour and a half.
FREE Concerts are held outdoors at Kate Gould Park just behind The Wayside Inn, 512 Main Street, Chatham
Though it “Never Rains” on Summer Friday Nights in Chatham, concerts may be cancelled due to inclement weather.
Bring lawn chairs or a blanket to sit on, snacks, and plenty of bug spray! Grab some dinner at one of the local Chatham restaurant before hand
The Cape Cod Canal Region Chamber of Commerce has scheduled another exciting year for the popular “Eastern Bank Concerts by the Canal” series. The 2017 concerts are held at Bourne Community Serues each Thursday evening during July and August from 6:30 p.m – 8:30 p.m., right along the banks of the Canal near the base of the Bourne Railroad Bridge.
The Cape Playhouse in Dennis is the place to be on Friday mornings this summer. Discover the magic and wonder of live theatre designed especially for children at one of the most historic theatre venues in the country. Each summer, The Cape Playhouse brings you classic tales, zany humor, beloved stories, and lively music. Appropriate for pre-school aged children and older, tickets are $12, and group rates are available for parties of 10 or more. Running time for all shows is approximately one hour. Don’t miss out! This summer is going to be better than ever.2 shows 9:30 and 11:30
||Friday, July 7: Lucky Bob, Magician Juggler Funny Guy
Award-winning performer, talented magician. “RC takes the audience on a roller coaster of laughs and smiles. 100% clean family fun.”
||Friday, July 14: Cardboard Explosion!
by Puppet Showplace Theater
Get ready to outsmart dragons, choose-your-own superpower, and train adorable animal sidekicks in this fun, energetic, participatory show.
||Friday, July 21: Johnny Peers & the Muttville Comix
Johnny Peers & the Muttville Comix is a slapstick comedy act like no other. Johnny leads over a dozen dogs through challenging and hilarious tricks as Johnny plays the straight man role in this wonderful show.
||Friday, July 28: Pinocchio! NEW!
by Hampstead Stage Company
Carlo Collodi’s Pinocchio is the timeless tale of an Italian woodcarver, Geppetto, who carves a son out of a block of pine. Join the wooden marionette on his journey to become a real boy! Through many mischievous adventures, Pinocchio discovers that to be human is to be good-hearted and brave.
||Friday, August 4: Josh and the Jamtones! NEW!
Josh and the Jamtones makes music for kids! And their grownups. Plus big brother/big sister, grammies and/or pappies, family pets, babysitters, 3rd cousins, elderly neighbors, old college roommates, etc. They are pretty inclusive like that. Josh & the Jamtones are an interactive, ultra-powered dance party machine.
||Friday, August 11: The Greatest Pirate Story Never Told !
“Pirates of the Caribbean” meets “Whose Line is it Anyway” in the greatest pirate epic ever on stage!
||Friday, August 18: Gizmo Guys Comedy JugglersPerforming as the Gizmo Guys, Allan Jacobs and Barrett Felker have amazed and amused audiences around the world. The Gizmo Guys’ rapid-fire act exhilarates and inspires sidesplitting laughter in audience members of all ages.
||Friday, August 25: BUBBLE-OLOGY: The Secret World of Bubbles
As seen on Discovery Channel’s “Time Warp”, National Geographic TV and on-stage by invitation (twice) at America’s largest science and engineering festival in DC, Keith uses bubbles—large and small—to explain liquids, solids and gasses, geometry, tension and pressure. Keith builds beautiful sculptural creations (massive & miniature) with enthusiasm, humor and style. One moment he will be encasing a dinosaur in a bubble and in the next moment he’s encapsulating an audience volunteer. Don’t miss this Playhouse favorite!
Cape Cod Center for the Arts | 820 Main Street, Route 6A | P.O. Box 2001 | Dennis, MA 02638