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Coastal Ecology of the Outer Cape with Gordon Peabody (Safe Harbor)
Six Wednesdays from 5:30pm-7pm at Wellfleet Preservation Hall
April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and May 7
Explore the unique habitats, plants and animals along the coastline of the Outer Cape. Learn how our coastal resource systems are linked together, and look at how the Outer Cape's landform is undergoing changes from wind, waves and tide. Guest speakers and possible field trip.
“Cape Cod Artists’ Views of Land and Sea” with Deborah Forman
Six Wednesdays from 2pm-4pm at Wellfleet Preservation Hall
April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and May 7
Cape Cod has been attracting artists to this grand land and its spectacular seas for more than a century. Many artists have created work that interprets their experiences of this place. The course will cover the 50 artists Deborah Forman included in her book, Contemporary Cape Cod Artists: Images of Land and Sea (Schiffer Publishing, 2013). Their range of work, from traditional to more edgy creations, displays a rich diversity of styles inspired by the Cape’s legendary beauty. The course will include presentations by several of the artists included in the book.
Deborah graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia with a degree in journalism, and also studied art at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and at the Philadelphia Museum School of Art. She was the features editor of the Cape Cod Times and editor in chief of Cape Cod VIEW magazine before she began writing Perspectives on the Provincetown Art Colony (Schiffer Publishing 2011), a history of the art colony, based on interviews with dozens of artists and writers. She wrote the script and helped film Art In Its Soul, an award-winning documentary of the history of the Provincetown art colony, which was aired on public television stations nationwide.
“A view from inside the summer plays at WHAT” with Jeffry George
Six Wednesdays from 4pm-6pm at WHAT (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater)
April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and May 7
A parrot, a cabaret singer, a singing quartet and two couples needing an adjustment. An orphaned parrot raised by humans becomes an international fashion icon. As an American living in Berlin, Sally Bowles discovers her strength in war torn Germany. After 30 years of singing together, a quartet of middle-aged men get their big break and are on their way to Nationals. Do two couples on Christmas Eve truly just need a period of adjustment to find their individual comfort zones? In this 30th anniversary of Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater we take a look at life from very different angles by analyzing the scripts in advance. Come and get a view from inside the scripts at WHAT’s summer productions. Each course participant will receive two tickets to the Friday preview performance of each production this summer.
Jeffry George is currently the Executive Director of the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater. He has more than twenty-five years of production and administrative management experience in numerous well-respected AEA theatres throughout the US. Jeffry was the primary individual responsible for overseeing the construction of the Julie Harris Stage, a state-of-the-art, 200 seat theater.
“The Complete History of Wellfleet” with Jeff Tash
Six Tuesdays from 6pm-8pm at Welfleet Preservation Hall
April 1, 8,15, 22, 29 and May 6
Despite its tiny size the little coastal community of Wellfleet, a town that literally sits on the edge of the continent, possesses an incredibly rich and comprehensive history. This Open University of Wellfleet course, which is being offered for the third time this semester, has received rave reviews from previous attendees. The class consists of five (5) two-hour lectures where each week a different century is examined starting in the 1600s. Each presentation is comprised of pictures, videos, audio recordings and, most importantly, storytelling. Come hear the Wellfleet story and learn about its amazing past
Jeff Tash has owned a home in Wellfleet for the past quarter century. Recently retired, Jeff was previously an entrepreneurial CEO and before that a corporate executive at Hewitt, DEC and IBM. In retirement Jeff has channeled his passions for Wellfleet and computing into a popular website called WELLFLEETian.com. In addition, he serves on multiple boards including the Friends of the Cape Cod National Seashore, Wellfleet Historical Society, Wellfleet Community Forum, and Nauset Newcomers.
TMH brings the summer fun to the Pearl Restaurant in Wellfleet! Right on the pier, this is one of our favorite music venues in MA! Great food, great staff, and always great entertainment! See you there!
The Hound of the Baskervilles Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater (WHAT) -- Julie Harris Stage
Following the huge success of WHAT’s The 39 Steps last spring, we are pleased to bring you this “wonderfully barking spoof.”Synopsis: The Hound of the Baskervilles: Does a dreadful curse hang over the Baskerville family? Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson sleuth on the moors.
Show Dates: Performances from 13 Mar 2014 Opening 14 Mar 2014 Closing 30 Mar 2014
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm Sundays at 3pm
"Stories of Home on Cape Cod: A Literary Exploration’" with Rhoda Flaxman
Six Thursdays from 3pm-5pm at the Wellfleet Library
April 3, 10, 17, 24, May 1 and 8
How does establishing a home on Cape Cod differ from building a life anywhere else? This session of the literature of Cape Cod will explore one classic text (Henry Beston’s The Outermost House), one set of linked stories that depict two hundred years of a house on the Outer Cape (Alice Hoffman’s Blackbird House) and one memoir (George Howe Colt’s The Big House). About each of these works we will ask how writers depict the joys and challenges of creating a home on Cape Cod, and whether being at home on this great edge of the world is different from being at home anywhere else.
Professor Flaxman retired (2007) from teaching Victorian literature and art history, and directing Brown University ’s writing-across-the curriculum program at Brown University for twenty years. Since then she has established an educational consulting firm (WriteConsulting) , and teaches community seminars in literature in Providence and Wellfleet.
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