‘Tis The Season

This toe-tapping musical treat comes complete with a score that will warm your heart, lift your spirits and send you dancing into the New Year. Glamour, glitz, goodwill and garland fill the stage with a huge splash of holiday cheer. If you and your family see only one show this season, make it ‘Tis The Season!


‘Tis The Season

This toe-tapping musical treat comes complete with a score that will warm your heart, lift your spirits and send you dancing into the New Year. Glamour, glitz, goodwill and garland fill the stage with a huge splash of holiday cheer. If you and your family see only one show this season, make it ‘Tis The Season!


The Great Tree and Other Tales By Zona Gale

American classic Christmas stories adapted and performed by Gayle Stahlhuth presented by the East Lynne Theatre Company - Cape May, NJ

"Gayle Stahlhuth is a master storyteller.” - from Dottie Knapp's review for “Exit Zero”
Gayle Stahlhuth adapted stories by this Pulitzer Prize-winner, and performs them as Calliope Marsh, Gale's wonderfully fictional storyteller who lived in Friendship Village, Wisconsin.  In “Human,” while at the post office, she discovers that a seven-year-old boy doesn't have the money to visit his mother. In “The Great Tree,” she’s determined to see the tree in the center of town lit with electric lights for Christmas Eve.  All of the stories are taken from her books Friendship Village (1908) and Neighborhood Stories (1914).  Gale adapted her novel, Miss Lulu Bett, for the stage, for which she received the Pulitzer Prize in 1921 when it was on Broadway. Stahlhuth has been delighting audiences with her unique one-person holiday shows in Cape May since 2005. This was first performed in Cape May six years ago under the title “Christmas in Wisconsin.”
Dates: Nov. 29, 30, Dec. 8, 12, 13, 14 at 8:00, with a 2:00 matinee on Saturday Dec. 14

‘Tis The Season

This toe-tapping musical treat comes complete with a score that will warm your heart, lift your spirits and send you dancing into the New Year. Glamour, glitz, goodwill and garland fill the stage with a huge splash of holiday cheer. If you and your family see only one show this season, make it ‘Tis The Season!


‘Tis The Season

This toe-tapping musical treat comes complete with a score that will warm your heart, lift your spirits and send you dancing into the New Year. Glamour, glitz, goodwill and garland fill the stage with a huge splash of holiday cheer. If you and your family see only one show this season, make it ‘Tis The Season!


‘Tis The Season

This toe-tapping musical treat comes complete with a score that will warm your heart, lift your spirits and send you dancing into the New Year. Glamour, glitz, goodwill and garland fill the stage with a huge splash of holiday cheer. If you and your family see only one show this season, make it ‘Tis The Season!


PNC Arts Alive: WILL AND ANTHONY Nunziata: CHRISTMAS SPECIAL

 

Cape May Stage is thrilled to partner once more with PNC Arts Alive – allowing us to bring exceptional talent to Cape May to light up your Monday Nights throughout the year! This season we will be joined by Steve Ross-July 8, 2019, Lucie Arnaz-July 15, 2019, Carole Bufford-August 12, 2019, & Will & Anthony Nunziata-November 30, 2019

All Broadway performances start at 8 pm, tickets are $50.00 which include an after party directly following the performance.  Don’t miss your chance to experience Broadway at the Jersey Shore. Call 609-770-8311 or visit capemaystage.org for more information.

Save  up to 20% off by purchasing either a 3 show or 4 show package.

 

Will and Anthony Nunziata, bring a stellar repertoire from their world travels straight to Nelson Hall for a Broadway-style Christmas celebration. Accompanied by their Broadway pianist, Eugene Gwozdz, plenty of good humor and brotherly banter.


The Great Tree and Other Tales By Zona Gale

American classic Christmas stories adapted and performed by Gayle Stahlhuth presented by East Lynne Theatre Company - Cape May, NJ

Gayle Stahlhuth adapted stories by this Pulitzer Prize-winner, and performs them as Calliope Marsh, Gale's wonderfully fictional storyteller who lived in Friendship Village, Wisconsin.  In  “Human,” while at the post office, she discovers that a seven-year-old boy doesn't have the money to visit his mother who’s in a hospital in another town.  In “The Great Tree,” she’s determined to see the tree in the center of town lit with electric lights for Christmas Eve. All of the stories are taken from her books Friendship Village (1908) and Neighborhood Stories (1914).  Gale adapted her novel, Miss Lulu Bett, for the theatre, for which she received the Pulitzer Prize in 1921 when it was on Broadway.


Into The Woods

Book By James Lapine

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

This Tony Award-winning Musical turned Blockbuster hit in 2014 is an epic adventure that incorporates the plots and characters of several Brothers Grimm fables. One of Stephen Sondheim's most famous works, it follows the stories of many different characters whom all share desperate wishes of grandeur. When everyone's wishes are granted, they must live with the consequences of their actions as they return later to cause disastrous results. Come and join the adventure of Into the Woods!

Beyond Therapy

March 14 - March 24

By Christopher Durang

Bruce and Prudence are deeply into their weekly therapy sessions. The usual topic of conversation? Their dating lives, or lack thereof. Bruce’s eccentric female therapist thinks he should take out an ad in the personal section while Prudence’s macho therapist stresses that she needs to be more assertive. Bruce is bi-curious, and his partner doesn't understand his desire to date women while Prudence doesn't know what to make of her new, unpredictable boyfriend. The Durang play was adapted for film in 1987 starring Jeff Goldblum and Julie Hagerty. Do they learn to live beyond therapy? You be the judge.


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Rowan University Department of theatre & dance presents
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Directed by Christopher Marlowe Roche
Devised by the ensemble

The annual Fall Musical Theatre Cabaret is a devised performance featuring a range of numbers from the musical theatre canon, under the direction of Christopher Roche. General admission tickets are $10 at the door. Tickets for Rowan students are free with valid ID. Seating is limited. The box office opens one hour before showtime. The Black Box Studio is located on the lower level of Bunce Hall, room 159, on the university's Glassboro campus.

Visit https://cpa.rowan.edu/theatre_dance/production/fall-cabaret.html.