Arts and Entertainment
The cast represents 15 different countries. The live two-hour performance includes both original and popular music and is a dynamic blend of feature soloists, full cast production numbers, fast-moving choreography and colorful costumes.
The program is a series of three Thursday adventures where women can learn new things about themselves and local waters.
These are the memoirs of a young man who signed on as "ordinary seaman" aboard the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's 143-foot sailing vessel, the ketch Atlantis, when she was conducting early research on antisubmarine warfare.
Innuendos, suppressed sexual feelings, shocking revelations, and political humor abound in "Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche."
Compline is the final service of the day in the Christian tradition, regarded as a time for spiritual peace through meditation and reflection.
The collection of watercolors includes nine breeds of dogs.
All vendor fees are donated to benefit the Sandwich Public Library.
Admission is free for staged reading of two short comedies at Cotuit Center for the Arts.