After a 16-month pandemic-induced hiatus, the Provincetown Theater is back this summer, presenting “Playhouse in the Parking Lot,” a three-show outdoor season in the back yard of 238 Bradford St.
Kicking it off, June 17th through 19th, is the regional premiere of Neptune, a one-man play by Timothy DuWhite about being Black and gay in America. Then, from June 28th through July 23rd, is the Cape Cod premiere of The Cake, a new romantic comedy by Bekah Brunstetter, creator of This Is Us. Finally, from August 2nd through September 2nd, the theater puts on an old favorite, Tennessee Williams’s The Glass Menagerie. A season subscription is $99 at provincetowntheater.org.