Daisey ( The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, The Last Cargo Cult, How Theatre Failed America) will develop a new piece that will launch the season with public performances July 5-7.
Joshua Allen's Chrysalis, "a darkly comic coming-of-age story about a precocious young girl who is in love with her step-brother," will be presented July 12-14.
Also offered will be Bess Wohl's American Hero, "a story of abandoned workers at a fast food restaurant who will do whatever it takes to keep their jobs," July 19-21.
The Moneyshot, a new piece by LaBute ( Reasons to Be Pretty, Fat Pig), will close the season July 26-28. The play is "about two Hollywood stars who must tell their partners about the love scene they are filming the following day."
CCTP, under the artistic direction of Hal Brooks ( No Child..., Long Story Short, Urge for Going, Thom Pain), has also announced that Mona Mansour ( Urge for Going, The Hour of Feeling), Sharr White ( The Other Place) and Meghan Kennedy ( Too Much, Too Much, Too Many) will be the inaugural playwrights in its new Writers-In-Residence program.
All performances are open to the public. For tickets, priced $20, visit CapeCodTheatreProject.