Upcoming Events

Wednesday, January 28

Still from the production: Equus

2:30pm Equus
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

This production is part of the KCACTF Festival: A sensitive play of human behavior, Equus explores trust, vulnerability, and pain as it questions the nature of normalcy and passion in a complex world.

Those without a festival pass can attend a theater production by purchasing a $5 ticket at the box office 20 minutes before each performance.

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Still from the production: Urinetown

7:00pm Urinetown
Tilden Arts Main Theater

This production is part of the KCACTF Festival: A satirical comedy musical about capitalism, social irresponsibility and corporate mismanagement.

Those without a festival pass can attend a theater production by purchasing a $5 ticket at the box office 20 minutes before each performance.

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Thursday, January 29

Still from the production: The Whitmores

11:00am The Whitmores
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

This production is part of the KCACTF Festival: An awkward dinner party descends into madness when the hosts attempt to convince the help to murder the guests.

Those without a festival pass can attend a theater production by purchasing a $5 ticket at the box office 20 minutes before each performance.

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Still from the production: Godspell

7:30pm Godspell
Tilden Arts Main Theater

This production is part of the KCACTF Festival: Drawing from various theatrical traditions, this beloved classic is infused with exciting and contemporary themes that will uplift and inspire all generations to create a community of kindness, tolerance and love.

Those without a festival pass can attend a theater production by purchasing a $5 ticket at the box office 20 minutes before each performance.

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Friday, January 30

Still from the production: Begnal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo

1:00pm Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

This production is part of the KCACTF Festival: A tiger struggles with the meaning of life as he encounters Americans and Iraqis who are searching for friendship, redemption, and a toilet seat made of gold.

Those without a festival pass can attend a theater production by purchasing a $5 ticket at the box office 20 minutes before each performance.

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Tuesday, February 3

Still from the film: Lady Sings the Blues

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Lady Sings the Blues
Lecture Hall A

Diana Ross breathes life into this biopic of the tragic life of Billie Holiday. The film follows Holiday's early days of poverty and working in a whorehouse to her big break, years at the top, drug problems, and eventual downfall.

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Tuesday, February 10

Still from the film: Bird

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Bird
Lecture Hall A

Charlie "Bird" Parker grew up in love with jazz and his talent earned him almost overnight acceptance in that world. Forest Whitaker plays Parker, whose music linked the swing era with the modern jazz of the 1950s.

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Tuesday, February 17

Still from the film: Marley

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Marley
Lecture Hall A

This biography of Bob Marley combines a wealth of previously unseen film and video footage. Using a chronological timeline, it first introduces the viewer to the rural landscape of Jamaica that shaped Marley's childhood – and follows him through stadium concerts to the important cultural icon he became.

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Wednesday, February 18

Build Lifetime Customer Value

11:30am–1:30pm Small Business Lunch and Learn Series
10 Powerful Pricing Tips for Your Small Business
Workforce Education Resource Center (WERC)
Hyannis Center

All of the Lunch and Learn events are free of charge. The seminars will be located at the Hyannis Center, 540 Main Street, Hyannis. To register, please call Mary Conklin at 508.375.5002, or register online.

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Tuesday, February 24

Still from the film: Ray

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Ray
Lecture Hall A

Jamie Foxx plays the magnificent Ray Charles, who went blind at the age of nine and grew up so attuned to sound that he never used a cane or a dog. Charles was involved with production of this film until a few months before his death and filmmakers had full access to his recordings, giving film viewers a lush soundtrack.

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Saturday, February 28

Performers at the Multicultural Festival

10:00am–4:00pm 15th Annual Multicultural Festival
West Barnstable Campus

Join us as we bring the many cultures of Cape Cod and neighboring communities together for a day of cultural festivities. Exhibitors, vendors, performers, and food trucks will fill the campus. This is a FREE event and open to all.

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