Weekly M,T,Th & Fri, 10:30am - 2:30pm, July 20 - Aug. 14 • $80 for 2day/$150 week REGISTER HERE
This summer, Payomet Performing Arts Center will be offering six weeks of classes in Circus Arts for children aged 7 to 13. Every week will include aerial arts, juggling, hooping, physical comedy & improv, and acrobatics with all five of our amazing instructors! July 20-August 14 will be held at Wellfleet Preservation Hall. August 17-28 will be held at the Payomet Performing Arts center in Truro. $80 for 2-day sessions (Mon & Tues or Thurs & Fri) $150 for week sessions (Mon, Tues, NO WEDNESDAY, Thurs, Fri). Classes are 10:30am-2:30pm with a break for snacks at noon. NOTE: 2 day minimum enrollment. Call 508-349-2929 for more info and to register. PLUS Weekly performances Tuesday evenings 7/21 - 8/18, 7 - 8pm.
Sunday, August 2, 7:30pm • $10.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
They're baaaaack! We are so excited to serve as host to this fantastic weekly storyslam event, Sundays through 8/16. The Mosquito Story Slam is inspired by the popular Moth StorySLAM, where audiences are encouraged to attend ready to tell a 5-minute true story about themselves related to the night's theme. If you choose not to tell a story – just show-up and be entertained, or become a judge! Special guest storyteller each night. Stories picked at random during the show. All are welcome, some adult language likely, humor and originality guaranteed...Tonight's theme: Backroads. Visit facebook.com/MosquitoStoryslam to learn more.
Tuesdays thru Aug. 18th, 7pm • $12 adults / $8 children under 12 • CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
What happens when the factory is a circus and the workers want to feed the boss to the lions? A one-hour CIRCUS SHOW by some of the some of the top circus artists in the Northeast! In conjunction with Payomet's Children's Circus Arts Classes, our talented instructors will be showcasing their skills each Tuesday at 7:00pm beginning July 21 through August 18 with an exciting conceptual circus arts show featuring juggling, acrobatics, hooping, aerial arts and physical comedy.
Tues., Aug. 4th, 8pm/dusk • FREE & OPEN TO ALL!
Our favorite summer tradition is back! Free outdoor movies in the garden behind the Hall, Tuesdays 8/4 and 8/18. Films start at dusk. Bring a blanket or lawnchair and bug spray. Snacks and beverages available at our concession stand. Great fun for kids and adults alike! Tonight's selection:The best Pink Panther fIlm ever made (in our humble opinion), featuring Peter Sellers in peak form as bumbling Inspector Clousseau and Elke Sommer as the gorgeous murder suspect. The second film in the Panther series, A Shot In The Dark introduced the hilarous perpetually dismayed Chief inspector Dreyfus, portrayed by Herbert Lom. This classic comedy is a nonstop parade of gags, pratfalls and pure delight.
Weds., Aug. 5th, 7:30pm • $22.00 & $28.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Luiz Caracol is a Portuguese singer, songwriter and guitarist whose music has a strong mix of influences from Portugal, Brazil and Africa. He will perform his album Devagar for the first time in the US, collaborating in trio with percussionist Ruca Rebordão and Brazilian viola caipira player Gustavo Roriz. This virtuosic, emotive trio creates a vibrant sound that makes our heart beat fast and puts a smile into our souls. All members of this remarkable trio have successful international careers playing with well-known artists such as Sara Tavares, Aline Frazão, Fernanda Abreu, Uxia, Tito Paris, Paulo de Carvalho, António Chainho, Melody Gardot, the group Madredeus, and many others. Eleanor Dubinsky is a New York City based singer-songwriter, cellist, guitarist and performance artist. Singing in English, French and Spanish, her original songs combine melodic, soothing vocals with poly-rhythmic grooves influenced by Brazilian, Latin American and West African traditions. READ MORE HERE
Tonight's edition: The "New" Golden Age of Radio & Podcasts, a listening tour and conversation with Joe Richman and Jay Allison. RADIO DIARIES has helped pioneer a new form of citizen journalism, empowering ordinary people to report on their own lives and histories. Radio Diaries has won every major award in broadcast journalism and produced some of the most memorable documentaries ever heard on public radio. Founder and Executive Producer Joe Richman is an award-winning producer and reporter. Before founding Radio Diaries, he worked on the NPR programs All Things Considered, Weekend Edition Saturday, and Car Talk. Jay Allison is an independent journalist and leader in public broadcasting. He produces The Moth Radio Hour and has created dozens of documentary programs and series. Over the past 35 years, he has been a frequent contributor to NPR news programs and This American Life, and is is a six-time Peabody Award winner. He hosted and produced This I Believe on NPR and co-edited the bestselling companion books.
Weds., Aug.12th, 7:30pm • $14.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Rockwood Ferry is the name of singer-songwriter Tenzin Chopak's projects and ensemble. Tenzin blew away audiences here with previous performances that were captivating, dynamic, and wholly unique ...this time he's bringing the band, which is comprised of some of the most talented and sought-after musicians in the country, including Eric Aceto (5 & 6 string violin), Rich DePaolo (fretless bass, guitar), Bill King (drums, percussion), Peter Dodge (multi-instumentalist), and Hank Roberts (cello). You do not want to miss this one! Reviewers have referred to Tenzin's work as "progressive chamber folk", while audiences and critics have praised performances as "incandescent", "mesmerizing", and "stunningly beautiful". If you love music, you need to experience Rockwood Ferry. Join us for a beautiful night of music! READ MORE HERE