|Cape May Stage|
Housed in a former church building, Cape May Stage was founded in 1988 by Michael Laird and is now considered "one of the state's premiere professional equity theaters." In 2010, the organization was named "Best Theater Company" in Cape May and is also recognized as the #3 Equity Theater in the state!
Accolades aside, for theater-goers, Cape May Stage offers "high quality, award-winning productions in a charming and intimate setting, plus actors who the deliver unforgettable performances." We recently enjoyed "Say Goodnight, Gracie" with Joel Rooks in a stellar one-man performance as George Burns.
The current production is "The Understudy" running Tuesdays through Sundays through July 30 at 8:00PM in the Robert Shackleton Playhouse (of Cape May Stage), on the corner of Bank & Lafayette Streets, Cape May, NJ. Phone: (609) 884-1341. From the Scarborough Inn, take the Garden State Parkway south to exit zero - about 45 minutes drive. Google map here
Combine your night out at Cape May Stage's current production with a delicious meal at one of Cape May's best restaurants to create a memorable special occasion. Ask about Dinner and a Show.