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ALONE IN BERLIN: Film Screening, Reception, Panel Discussion

  • Kevin Howard, Moderator (Chief Marketing and Community Engagement Officer at The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank and former Executive Director of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod).
  • Tim Miller (Features Editor and Film Critic for the the Cape Cod Times)
  • Nina Schuessler (Playwright and Producing Artistic Director at Cape Cod Theatre Company)
  • Jerry Forman (Attorney and Author).Museum admission is free for event attendees.Trailer Photo

Alone in Berlin, A True Story of Expression

is an ArtSpring Cape Cod Event presented by the

Friends of the Cape & Islands Theater Coalition

 in association with the Cape Cod Museum of Art, ArtWeek and the Cape Cinema

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ON STAGE NOW THROUGH APRIL 29

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Cotuit Center for the Arts, Black Box Theater

Title_of_Show_facebook_squareThis self-aware love-letter to musical theatre follows two struggling writers rushing to meet a deadline. Struggling writers Jeff and Hunter hear of a new musical theatre festival. The submission deadline is only three weeks away, but they have nothing to lose, so they agree to write until they have a finished project. While trying to think of what to write about Jeff suggests they write about what to write about. The pair name their show [title of show] taken from the festival’s application form. This musical explores creative expression as these writers and their friends learn more and more about themselves as people. Bowen and Bell’s love-letter to musical theatre is one sure to delight any lover of musicals.   BUY TICKETS


ON STAGE NOW THROUGH APRIL 29

GEORGE ORWELL’S 1984

Tilden Arts Studio Theater

Published in 1949, the novel and subsequent stage adaptations are set in a world of constant war, ever present government surveillance, and, most notably, a political system dominated by a cult of personality and control of independent thinking by means of a constructed language called “newspeak” and a prohibition on “thoughtcrime.”

Poster for the production of 1984

“For centuries, the notion of free thought or expression has plagued scholars, playwrights and philosophers alike,” comments Trudeau. “Orwell’s 1984 drives a sharp spike into our consciousness by revealing a world where free expression isn’t simply restricted, but systematically erased.”

Part of ArtSpring Cape Cod, a grass-roots collaboration between multiple arts and culture organizations across the region occurring in the spring of 2017. #artspringcapecod


ALONE IN BERLIN: Film Screening, Reception, Panel Discussion

Saturday, April 29.  Reception at Noon, Film at 1:00

$10 Admission at the door.  Includes admission to the Museum.

Cape Cod Museum of Art, 60 Hope Lane, Dennis Village

Just off Rt. 6A on the grounds of the Cape Cinema and Cape Playhouse

PLEASE RSVP TO RESERVE  – Seating is Limited.  $10.00 at the Door.

Writing Postcards - Alone in BerlinA true story of expression in Hitler’s 1940 Berlin. The film starts at 1:00 pm with an informal reception at Noon in the Museum galleries where attendees will be able to view the Museum’s nationally juried exhibition, “Freedom of Expression”. A panel discussion follows the film. Film/Reception/Panel is $10 at the door & includes museum admission.

  • Kevin Howard, Moderator (Chief Marketing and Community Engagement Officer at The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank and former Executive Director of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod).
  • Tim Miller (Features Editor and Film Critic for the the Cape Cod Times)
  • Nina Schuessler (Playwright and Producing Artistic Director at Cape Cod Theatre Company)
  • Jerry Forman (Attorney and Author).Museum admission is free for event attendees.

Please join us for a thought-provoking film, enlightening panel discussion and light lunch reception. Food for your mind, eyes, ears and taste buds.  Please RSVP Now! (No payment required now. $10.00 cash at the door on the day of the event.)

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Alone in Berlin, A True Story of Expression is an ArtSpring Cape Cod Event

Presented by the Friends of the Cape & Islands Theater Coalition  in association with the Cape Cod Museum of Art, ArtWeek and the Cape Cinema

ArtSpring Cape Cod is a grass-roots collaboration between multiple arts and culture organizations across the region from April 27-May 7.


 

THE GHOSTLIGHT PROJECT

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Creating light to remind the world what art can do to strengthen the human spirit. Inspired by the tradition of leaving a “ghost light” on in a darkened theater, these artists and communities will make a pledge to continued vigilance and increased advocacy for the freedom of artistic expression through the performing arts.

15875699_615013092039631_2453588947893223424_aThe Ghost Light Project aims to unite the community nationwide in solidarity. The project aims to create spaces – both literal and symbolic – that will serve as lights in the coming years, and to activate a network of people across the country working to support vulnerable communities. The event is free and all we ask is to bring a flashlight or some means of light (no lasers please) to shine at the sky.