Wednesday, August 27 • 7:30pm • $12.00 BUY TICKETS HERE
Alysia Abbott is the author of Fairyland, A Memoir of My Father, which was a New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice and an ALA Stonewall Award winner and is currently a finalist for the Lambda Literary Awards. She grew up in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury, the only child of gay poet and writer, Steve Abbott. As a journalist and critic, she's written for The New York Times, Real Simple, Vogue, Marie Claire, OUT, Slate, Salon, TheAtlantic.com, and Psychology Today, among other publications.This is the fourth installment in our INSIDE THE PAGES SERIES featuring readings and conversation with some of our favorite authors including James Carroll, Michael Cunningham and Wally Lamb.
Thursday, August 28 • 7:30pm • $12.00 BUY TICKETS HERE
Join us for the latest in our excting Bright New Stars series, showcasing regionally based emerging artists. Boston's Tall Heights have a sound described by critics as "contemporary with ageless qualities", consisting of "delicate melodies and gentle harmonies..really great music", and "simply gorgeous". The duo of Tim Harrington and Paul Wright feature guitar, a cello and "two voices in sublime harmony." Don't miss this special treat!
Friday, August 29 • 7:30pm • $10.00 BUY TICKETS HERE
Northern Borders stars award-winning actors Bruce Dern (Nebraska) and Geneviève Bujold (Anne of a Thousand Days, King of Hearts), and was produced with the involvement of both professionals and film students from the New England region. The film, directed by Jay Craven, was shot in Vermont and New Hampshire, and it’s based on the award-winning Howard Frank Mosher novel that was recently declared by The London Guardian as one of the “Top Ten Books Featuring Grandparents.” Set in 1956, It tells the story of ten year-old Austen Kittredge, who is sent to live on his grandparents’ Kingdom County Vermont farm, where he has wild adventures and uncovers long-festering family secrets. Director Craven, whose family has strong ties to Wellfleet and maintains a commitment to New England place-based filmmaking, has made six feature films, many of which have appeared in film festivals and venues all over the country. He will be with us for a post-screening discussion about the film and making independent movies in New England. READ MORE HERE
Wednesday, Sept 3rd• 7:00pm • Presented by Truro Center for The Arts at Castle Hill • $20.00 BUY TICKETS HERE
With artists Robert Henry, Salvatore Del Deo, Romolo Del Deo and Megan Hinton. The moderator for this event, Deborah Forman, has covered the art colony in Provincetown for many years. The four artists chosen for the panel discussion live on the Outer Cape and will discuss how living in such a beautiful setting influences their creative process and their work. For more info and tickets, please call Castle Hill directly at 508-349-7511 or visit their website HERE.
Thursday, Sept 4th • 7:30pm • $12.00 BUY TICKETS HERE
Our dynamic reading series continues with Wally Lamb, 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. A sought-after keynote speaker, he has spoken at universities and colleges, libraries, arts and lecture venues, and literary festivals across the country. Reception to follow reading, with books available for purchase and signing. READ MORE HERE