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The mission of the Booth Theatre Co is to strengthen the value of friendship, team effort, and a sense of community among participants. The company offers hands-on workshops for aspiring actors, makeup artists, and set designers.
Sightings of the world's largest mammals are guaranteed through Provincetown Whale Watch. The small fleet of boats take guests along the Stellwagen Bank to view humpback whales, pilot whales, seals, and dolphins.
100% 5 votes
237 Commercial St, 2nd Fl, Provincetown, MA 02657 MoreLess Info
Waters Edge Cinema is a multi-screen theatre that shows first run movies. Amenities include state of the art HD Digital video and sound; a 2nd multipurpose screening room to offer first run animation, documentary, foreign language and short films.
With 32 years in the business, Theatre Works Inc offers live performances of musicals at its community theater. The theater allows local members of the community to audition for roles and requires no prior acting experience.
The Art House features live performers during Provincetown's busy tourist season. The business also has two cafes preparing food like salads, soups, and sandwiches to order at lunch and when the theater is not open, as well as a restaurant with a daily dish when it is, and a bar.
92% 84 votes
460 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657 MoreLess Info
Considered to be the most attended art museum on Cape Cod, the Provincetown Art Association & Museum. The permanent collections include just over 2,500 items, and the institute conducts roughly 40 exhibitions every year.
Built in 1923, The Leavitt Fine Arts Theatre has shown first-run films in its single, 600-seat auditorium for over 90 consecutive years. Guests adore its history and old-fashioned character, which is highlighted by real, buttered popcorn.
37% 19 votes
135 Brooks Street, Worcester, MA 01606 MoreLess Info
A movie theater multiplex, Showcase Cinemas Worcester North screens primarily first run Hollywood movies in fully digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees and a variety of promotions, and is available for rentals.
Built in 1926, the Stadium Theatre, started out hosting vaudeville shows and films. Today, the fully restored theatre, maintains a full schedule of live stage productions, concerts, movies, and hosts a summer kids theater camp.