Artists who wanted to develop a company dedicated to creativity and professionalism founded Cape Rep Theatre in 1986. The company has worked hard to choose plays and musicals that continually challenge the artists who work here whether those artists are actors, designers, directors or technicians. We want to work with the best theater we can find. Often our choices are works that may not ordinarily be produced because we try not to let size of cast, degree of difficulty (or relative obscurity!) step in the way of choosing a show. And, most important, we have and will continue to produce new work.
After several nomadic early years, Cape Rep Theatre found a spot to call home and now occupies land that the state purchased in 1983 from the former Camp Monomoy. In 1991, Cape Rep Theatre successfully sought legislation to enable the Commonwealth to enter into a long-term lease with Cape Rep Theatre to rehabilitate several former camp buildings into a performing arts center. That project is comprised of the following structures:
The Indoor Theatre was built in 1959 and used as a dining hall by Camp Monomoy. We opened this 135-seat theatre in 1997 and are currently raising funds to complete renovation of the backstage areas. We now operate a five-play indoor theatre subscription season from May through early December.
The Outdoor Theatre is the only outdoor theatre on Cape Cod. We rehabilitated this structure in 1992 with the help of the Edward Bangs Kelley and Elza Kelley Foundation
3299 Rte. 6A, Brewster, MA 02631
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