The Clio Project, a division of Cape May’s Center for Community Arts dedicated to writing and presenting original work for stage and screen.
Please join the Cape May Film Festival and Center for Community Arts in this great screening of Nosferatu on Monday, July 2 at the Stone Harbor Library from 5:30-7:30pm. This is the original 1922 film voiced live by The Clio Project.
This film is not rated but parental guidance is suggested.
A Sherlock and Shakespeare Festival
Sherlock Holmes and The Avenging Angels
by Ray Crew
In this psychological mystery based on real history Holmes and Watson are thrust into the middle of an international revenge conspiracy that began with the Lincoln assassination and will ultimately force both men to face their darkest fears. It opens June 19th. It will be performed every Tuesday and Thursday at 8 PM through the end of August and Saturdays at 8 PM through the end of September.
as Anna Surratt Tonry and Emma Goldman
as Sherlock Holmes
as Madeline Hughes
as Dr. John Watson
as Zoozi Boughten
as James Moriarty
as Bree Dansay
as Thomas Boston Corbett
I Hate Monologues
by Mark Knight
In this very British farce a fading Shakespearean actor hysterically matches wits with a young ingénue and a middle age director in over her head as they tackle Richard the Third. It opens June 20th. It will be performed every Monday and Wednesday at 8 PM through the end of August and Sundays at Noon through the end of September.