Community College Announces Line-Up for “Play with your Food” Series, Features Local Playwrights
Cape Cod Community College presents "Play with your Food," a series of workshop readings featuring local playwrights' original scripts. All productions take place in the Tilden Arts Center Studio Theater at 2240 Iyannough Road in West Barnstable. A light-fare dinner menu is available for $5 starting at 6:30 PM with the readings beginning at 7 PM. The evening concludes with a talk-back session. Admission is a suggested donation of a non-perishable food item to benefit local food pantries.
With generous support from a grant awarded by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, each chosen playwright will receive a monetary prize in honor of their selection. Every evening, a door prize in the form of a pair of tickets to an upcoming local theater will be awarded. For more information, contact Vana Trudeau at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit capecod.edu/play-food.
The following is the list of performances running March:
• February 22: "Tom Play" written by Steph DeFerie of Orleans; directed by PJ McKey of West Falmouth.
• March 1 will feature four shorts: "Grim and the Other Mr. Fisher" by Bobby Mangahas of Hyannis and directed by Margaret Van Sant of Eastham; "Not Sayin'" by Jayne Stearns of West Barnstable and directed by Margaret Van Sant of Eastham; "The Backyard Apartment" by Jerry Thompson of Truro and directed by Margaret Van Sant of Eastham; "Seven of Swords" by Eva Schegulla of Centerville and directed by Liz Rapoza of New Bedford.
• March 8: "Selected Works" by June Calendar of Hyannis; directed by Daniel Fontneau of West Yarmouth.
• March 15: "Phantasmagoria Mytherian Misadventures" by Jamie Horton of Dennisport; directed by Michele Colley of Mashpee.