Arts Week

  • From Cape Town to Cape Cod: Kingdom of Earth at the Provincetown Theater

    Posted: September 23rd 2013 @11:22 AM

    One of Tennessee Williams’ lesser-known plays, Kingdom of Earth is a powerful indictment of racism, classism, and a whole bunch of other -isms, while maintaining the playwright’s keen ability to stay just this side of caricature in his characters. And you …

  • Book Review: Art Held Hostage (John Anderson)

    Posted: September 12th 2013 @7:33 PM

    Publishers frequently send me books to review, and sometimes one of them really stands out as a jewel… that’s the case for Art Held Hostage: The Battle Over The Barnes Collection. I remember the privilege of seeing the Barnes back …

  • Cape Cod Festival of Arab and Middle Eastern Cinema

    Posted: September 12th 2013 @7:00 PM

    And now for something completely different… this weekend, consider checking out the second annual Cape Cod Festival of Arab and Middle Eastern Cinema, which begins tonight with the Iranian-American film Jerry And Me at the Water’s Edge Cinema and continues …

  • Before Summer Slips Away: Recommendations From Provincetown

    Posted: September 12th 2013 @6:41 PM

    I write a weekly column for Provincetown Magazine called MyPTown in which I interview various Provincetown luminaries about their favorite things to recommend on the Outer Cape. So while this isn’t strictly arts-and-culture related, I thought I’d take a few …

  • A Penny for Your (Artistic) Thoughts: Nino Scimeca

    Posted: August 9th 2013 @8:22 PM

    One doesn’t normally expect to see fine art gracing the walls of a bed-and-breakfast, but that’s exactly what you’ll find at the Penny House Inn in Eastham

  • Well-Strung: The Summer’s Must-See Show

    Posted: August 4th 2013 @7:08 PM

    They’re a string quartet. They’re singers with tightly crafted harmonies. They’re classical musicians. They play music by Pink, Antonio Vivaldi, and Ke$ha. They’re Well-Strung, and they’re all of the above.