Check out what’s playing now and what’s coming up at Cape May Stage. We look forward to welcoming you back to the theater!
Sunday at 3 pm
This unconventional buddy comedy follows first-time sanitation worker Marlowe and lifer Danny in the cab of a nineteen-ton garbage truck in New York City. Marlowe is a black, Ivy League-educated newbie learning the ropes from Danny, a white blue-collar mansplainer. Tasked with picking up what the world has discarded, they learn there’s more that binds them than just picking up the trash.
Starring Michael Basile and Serena Ebony Miller.
Amanda McBroom in Concert
Monday, September 25, at 7 pm
ONE NIGHT ONLY at Cape May Stage’s Robert Shackleton Theater.
Best known for her award-winning song “The Rose,” performed by Bette Midler, McBroom’s songs have also been recorded by Leanne Rimes, Barry Manilow, Judy Collins, Barbara Cook, Anne Murray, Harry Belafonte, Betty Buckley, Stephanie Mills and The Manhattan Transfer. Amanda’s performance of “The Rose” on the Golden Globes when she won for Best Original Song convinced audiences worldwide that the best interpretations of McBroom songs are by McBroom herself. Ever since they have applauded her in concert halls around the world from Carnegie Hall to Angel Place Recital Hall in Sydney, Australia. And now she brings her personal songbook to Cape May Stage!
Next Reading: Monday, October 9th, at 7 pm
In “Rosie is Red and Everybody is Blue” by John Spellos, a woman is forced to share her small home with her heartbroken adult son moving back in and an unavailing brother-in-law who thinks he’s helping out; all while secretly juggling her own emotions and problems…and it’s about to get worse. This fast-paced, heartfelt romantic comedy will have you in tears…both kinds.
All readings are free and open to the public. They take place at The Robert Shackleton Playhouse at 405 Lafayette Street in Cape May, NJ.
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