• Tue Nov 21, 7PM

    Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company: Encore

    Known for their dynamic, innovative and charismatic performances, the New York City-based Company enters its 20th Anniversary Season with a string of celebratory, site-specific film premieres, commissions, residencies and performances. A former resident artist of TSKW (Summer 2017) Daniel is back by popular demand with his Company of charismatic dancers.
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  • Fri-Sun Jan 5-7, 8PM and Sat Jan 6, 3PM

    Here’s Your Hat, What’s Your Hurry?

    A World Premiere! When Aunt Helen Beck lands unexpectedly on the doorstep of her great-nephew Ford Mayweather and his wife Chris, her meddling makes mischief for all, including their neglected 8-year old neighbor, Mercury. The laughs are provided by Kitty Clements, Jake Ferguson, Morgan Fraga and Joe Mitchell. Based on a short story by National Book award-nominee, Elizabeth McCracken.
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  • Thu-Sat Jan 25 - 27, 7:30PM & Sun Jan 28, 3PM

    Heisenberg, written by Simon Stephens

    A chance meeting on a train platform is the spark that sets off this meticulous examination of human relationships. Mike Mulligan returns under the direction of Dennis Zacek, joined by acclaimed Chicago actress Dana Black. On its 2015 premiere, Ben Brantley of the New York Times called the play “shimmeringly and satisfyingly elusive.” specializing in Prohibition era jazz, which has become a big summertime hit on Cape Cod.
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  • Tue Jan 30, 7PM

    Tom Rush in Concert

    Sponsored by Fury Water Adventures Blue Heaven Songwriters Series With wry humor and a guitar style that’s all his own, Tom Rush is a legend and a lure to audiences around the world. His shows are filled with the rib-aching laughter of terrific storytelling, the sweet melancholy of ballads, and the passion of gritty blues.
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  • Coming Valentine's Day 2018

    Undying Love: The Musical

    Writer/musician/playwright Ben Harrison penned the definitive account of this true macabre love story in his nonfiction book, Undying Love, which earned him a spot in front of national audiences on the Howard Stern Show and This American Life. Originally performed at the Appelrouth Grill in 1999, Undying Love: The Musical distills the atmosphere of Key West in the 1930’s, and perfectly melds the pathos of von Cosel’s tale with Harrison’s signature dry humor.
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