McKnight Fellow Hinkle will develop The End of Beauty to be directed by Michael Donahue. Performances run July 3-5 and will feautre Quentin Mare, Danielle Slavick (A Bright New Boise) and Daniel Abeles ("Smash").
Folk Rock group The Lobbyists present their seafaring musical SeaWife, by The Lobbyists and Seth Moore, directed by Naked Angels Artistic Director Liz Carlson. Performances run July 17-19. The Lobbyists are Tommy Crawford, Will Turner, Eloise Eonnet, Alex Grubbs, Douglas Waterbury-Tieman and Tony Vo.
Finally, Smith ("The Newsroom") will develop The New Sincerity directed by Stella Powell-Jones. The New Sincerity runs July 24-26 and features Michael Zegen ("Girls"), Elvy Yost, Clare Barron and Damon Daunno.
The playwrights and actors will be joined by writers-in-residence Sarah Burgess, Mona Mansour and Stella Fawn Ragsdale.
CCTP will also present a twentieth season celebration July 13 at 6 PM with guests Johanna Day and Hamish Linklater. Tickets to the readings range from $20-70, tickets to the benefit are $30, all may be purchased by calling the box office at (508) 457-4242 or online at capecodtheatreproject.org.