Cape May Event Calendar

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East Lynne Theater Company presents Poe By Candlelight

Just in time for Halloween, East Lynne Theater Company presents “Poe by Candlelight” Started in 2015, ELTC’s “Poe by Candlelight” continues to be one of the company’s most popular events. This year, stories by the master of the macabre include “Bernice,” “The Oval Portrait,” and “The Tell-Tale Heart,” read by Amanda Brinlee, Morgan J. Nichols,… Read more »


The Mostly Dead A Zom-rom-com Musical Fairytale!

Terry O’Brien & Co. present a scarily funny night of theater Plus a delicious 3-course dinner. Net proceeds benefit West Cape May Christmas Parade. Seatings at 5pm & 7:30pm  Course One (Choice of one) The Chopper Crisp lettuce, red cabbage, grated carrots, avocado, red onion, toasted almonds, crispy chickpeas, black olives and heirloom grape tomatoes tossed… Read more »


East Lynne Theater Company presents NOSFERATU

Hutter, a real estate agent, visits Count Orlok at his remote castle in the Carpathian Mountains because the count wishes to buy a house in town – “a deserted one.” On his way to the castle, Hutter visits an inn, where all of the customers fall silent when he mentions Orlok’s name. Outside, horses bolt… Read more »


Rebel Boy Fireworks

Dennis Massey, an Elsinora, Tennessee gossip columnist, photo journalist, musical director, community theatre costume designer, event planner and the sole contributor to The Busy Bee, society column flashes us back to 1966 and the events that will forever live in small town infamy. A southern fried comic tour-de-farce.


Keeping with the Spirit

An architect and a historic society’s chairwoman work together to preserve the historic Serenity Harbor Lighthouse, but they will require help from the spirit of the lighthouse itself to save the historic building from being destroyed.


“Words from the Barn”, A Spoken Word Weekend

A two day celebration of the spoken word with poetry, drama, prose and storytelling by 11 various writers and performers. 6 will be stationed in the Sculpture Gardens, while 5 will perform from 6-730 in the barn. A Q&A will follow. Byo whatever you like. $25 admission covers both days, $10 for Sunday only. 521… Read more »


“Words from the Barn”, A Spoken Word Weekend

A two day celebration of the spoken word with poetry, drama, prose and storytelling by 11 various writers and performers. 6 will be stationed in the Sculpture Gardens, while 5 will perform from 6-730 in the barn. A Q&A will follow. Byo whatever you like. $25 admission covers both days, $10 for Sunday only. 521… Read more »


East Lynne Theater Company presents: A Hundred Thousand Days Of Light

An evening of American classics from the American Revolution to Gian Carlo Menotti, sung by world-famous soprano Barbara Quintiliani, with pianist Stewart Robert Schroeder. Ms. Quintiliani has received many honors and awards, and is an alumna of the Marilyn Horne Foundation. Ms. Horne herself saw to Ms. Quintiliani’s development as a recital artist, and under the… Read more »