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We welcome one and all to our campus to enjoy the Monday evening concerts and encourage you to bring a beach chair or blanket to spread out on the lawn – and don’t forget a picnic – either your own gourmet box or one from one of our fabulous neighboring restaurants!

Kindly remember that social distancing will be observed and all concert goers will be required to wear a face mask.


After much deliberation and attention to health advisories concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, The Cape Playhouse will postpone the 2020 season to 2021, including the special September addition of Million Dollar Quartet. All Subscribers, Members, and Ticket Holders are currently being contacted by the Playhouse staff with information regarding their ticketing options, and requests are still being processed.

Private Lives
June 9 – 19

God Of Carnage
June 23 – July 3

An American In Paris
July 7 – 17

Always Patsy Cline
July 21 – 31

August 4 – 14

Murder On The Orient Express
August 18 – 28

Special September Bonus Show!

Million Dollar Quartet
September 1 – 11

On June 10th we hosted an exciting virtual event to commemorate an evening that was to be our 2020 season opening night!
A few Playhouse favorites regaled untold backstage stories from many years past and the amazing Rema Webb, the powerful voice of our man-eating plant from last season’s Little Shop Of Horrors, gave a LIVE performance.
Then we leapt right over 2020 and got a sneak peek at what 2021 has in store, including visits from Broadway stars and a Gershwin tune from An American in Paris.
Now, enjoy this quarantine event anytime right here on


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At The Cape Playhouse, we stand in solidarity with those seeking justice and equality.
The theatre has always been a place for stories to be shared and voices to be heard. 
During these unsettling times we would like to share this poignant verse:
You’ve got to be taught to hate and fear.
You’ve got to be taught from year to year.
It’s got to be drummed in your dear little ear.
You’ve got to be carefully taught.
– Rodgers & Hammerstein, South Pacific 1949    

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