Weds., Sept. 2nd, 7:30pm • $12.00 BUY TICKETS

Wellfleetian Thomas Wolfson, author of the recently published fictionalized autobiographical novel The Blackfish Inheritance, will perform a 9 character monologue entitled "The Finer Life", along with selected readings from his novel. The Blackfish Inheritance tells the story of son who strands himself on family land in Wellfleet, suffocating under the weight of his past as he battles with the ghost of his famously eccentric writer/father. Based on Wolfson's life, The Blackfish Inheritance is a sweeping bildungsroman about a man attempting to escape the outsize influence of his Dali-esque father and come into his own.This lyrically written creative nonfiction novel encompasses a range of intriguing themes, including elitism, the tumultuous '60s, the insurance industry, shamanism, spirituality, Carl Jung, and psychology—offering a compelling journey through human interactions to which everyone can relate. READ MORE HERE


Sun., Sept. 6th, 7:30pm • $15.00 BUY TICKETS

Come join us for a sweet evening of music from a not entirely Celtic repertoire. Billy Hardy and Beth Sweeney have been performing traditional Celtic music together as a duo for over twenty years. Their primary instruments are fiddle, piano, banjo, and vocals. Their repertoire draws from the musical traditions of Ireland, Scotland, the United States, and Canada, along with their original compositions. Billy has directed the Cape Cod Fiddlers for over twenty-five years, and has been part of the house band at the Black Rose in Boston for almost twenty years. He also performs with Cape musicians such as singer-songwriter Bob Peck. Beth, a longtime member of the Cape Cod Fiddlers, is a librarian at Boston College, where she also co-directs the Gaelic Roots Music, Song, Dance, Workshop, and Lecture Series.


Weds., Sept. 9th, 7:30pm • $12.00 • BUY TICKETS

Wally Lamb is the author of four New York Times best-selling novels: Wishin’ and Hopin’, The Hour I First Believed, I Know This Much is True, and She’s Come Undone.  He was twice selected for Oprah’s Book Club. His fifth novel is We Are Water. Lamb also edited Couldn’t Keep It to Myself and I’ll Fly Away, two volumes of essays from students in his writing workshop at York Correctional Institution, a women’s prison in Connecticut, where he has been a volunteer facilitator for the past 14 years. A sought-after keynote speaker, he has spoken at universities and colleges, libraries, arts and lecture venues, and literary festivals across the country. Prez Hall is delighted to welcome Wally back for his second reading event at our venue!


Thurs, Sept. 10th, 7:30pm • $15.00 • BUY TICKETS

Prez Hall welcomes the Absurd Theater Co. to our downstairs stage for 3 nights of short play programs: Tues. 8/25, Thurs. 9/10 and Sun. 9/27. Each night will feature different selections by  one famous/classic playwright and  two local playwrights. Tonight's selection includes veteran Cape Cod actress of stage and screen Beverly Bentley in Samuel Beckett's "Rockaby", "Oatmeal Cookies" by Mark Hanlon, with Bob Keary and Bragan Thomas, & "Well, what are you going to do?" by Mark Hanlon, with Judy Isreal.

Film Screening & Discussion: The Last Campaign of Governor Booth Gardner

Sun., Sept. 13th, 3pm • Free & Open to all

In 1994, a year after serving two terms as one of the most popular governors in modern Washington State history, Booth Gardner was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.  In 2008, as his health continued to deteriorate, he returned to the political spotlight, this time as the driving force behind a ballot initiative that would legalize one’s choice to die.  Oscar®-nominated in 2009 in the category of Best Documentary (Short Subject), THE LAST CAMPAIGN OF GOVERNOR BOOTH GARDNER chronicles Gardner’s controversial crusade, looking at both sides of this hotly debated issue. The film tracks Gardner and his supporters in their efforts to pass Initiative 1000 (I-1000), also known as the Death with Dignity Act, in Washington State, following the debates the campaign provokes, as well as the toll it takes on Gardner’s health. Along with Gardner and his supporters, Film Director Junge and his crew had extensive access to opponents of I-1000. The film runs about 40 minutes. Marie Manis and Betsy Van Dorn of Compassion & Choices will lead a discussion after the film and also talk about the campaign to pass a similar initiative here in Massachusetts. Refreshments will be served. For questions or to RSVP, please contact Betsy Van Dorn at (617)513-2316 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


Weds., Sept. 16th, Signups at 6:30, Performances start 7pm • Free & Open to all

Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, The Feed Your Love Open Mic is a tolerant and supportive, diverse, engaging and, most of all, entertaining environment (whew!). We host musicians who sing and play everything from old timey folk to rock-n-roll; acoustic guitar solos to improvisational jazz sets; poets and story-tellers, first-time performers (ages 6 to 86) to retired professional musicians. All are welcome and made to feel at home. If you are not already a member of our musical (and poetic) community, please stop by to listen, to play, or just to say hello. Cash bar serving snacks and beverages. Visit http://feedyourloveopenmic.com/ to learn more.

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