Tony Nominee Johanna Day Stars in Cape Cod Theatre Project Finale, Bowling, July 24-26

News   Tony Nominee Johanna Day Stars in Cape Cod Theatre Project Finale, Bowling, July 24-26 Johanna Day, who was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in Proof, will star in the final 2003 presentation of Massachusetts' Cape Cod Theatre Project, Carter Lewis' While We Were Bowling.

Both Day and Lewis are veterans of CCTP, the nine-year-old summer theatre festival which briefly offers three polished readings of new works each July. Day acted in last year's Basketville, Maine. CCTP has presented two of his plays in the past, Longevity Abbreviated and Women Who Steal.

Also in the cast is Michael Gaston, recently seen on Broadway in A Day in the Death of Joe Egg. Also featured are Jason Field, Jarred Skinner, Jenna Lamia and Bill English.

Gavin Cameron-Webb directs the new work, staged at the Falmouth Academy.

CCTP is stationed in Falmouth in the southwest corner of Cape Cod, and performs out of The Falmouth Academy, a private school, and the nearby Woods Hole Community Hall, an old Cape Cod-style shingled construction just off the water. Though the company never stages full productions and makes no bones about its plays being in a state of development, the season has become quite popular with the local populace.

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