Cape Rep Theatre will present The Vinyl Sessions, a new series of concerts celebrating the greatest albums of the 20th Century performed by some of your favorite Cape Rep artists. Each session will cover a different album from start to finish with a rotating cast of Cape Rep’s artists and musicians. The Vinyl Sessions will premier Saturday, April 10 at 7 pm, and stream free online at www.CapeRep.org and our YouTube channel.
About The Vinyl Sessions: Tapestry
We’re kicking off the series with Carole King’s iconic 1971 album, Tapestry. Featuring such beloved songs as You’ve Got A Friend, I Feel The Earth Move, Natural Woman, and Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, King’s words and music are just as resonant today as they were when first recorded.
About the artists
Conceived and directed by Jared Hagan and Richard Jay Sullivan with Scenic Design by Ryan McGettigan and Lighting Design by Susan Nicholson. Performers include many of your favorite Cape Rep company members including Trish LaRose, Wendy Watson, Anthony Teixeira, Chelsey Jo Ristaino, Brittany Rolfs, Meghan Magrath, Jess Andra, and Jared Hagan with Bob Wilder at the piano supported by Sue Goldberg on bass, Michael Dunford on drums and Mark Van Bork on guitar.
Cape Rep’s programming is made possible through the generous support of Cape Air, Zudy, Cove Road Real Estate, Secure Storage, Friends Marketplace, Cape Cod Linen Rental, Specialty Builders’ Supply, and Snowy Owl Coffee Roasters.
Cape Cod Repertory Theatre Company, Inc. is a 501c3 organization, founded in 1986 as a company dedicated to creativity and professionalism. On seven acres of land in Nickerson State Park in Brewster, Massachusetts, Cape Rep Theatre is the steward of the beautiful land and historic buildings that are home to the company’s three theaters, including the only outdoor theater on Cape Cod.