PROVINCETOWN STARS OF FILM, PRINT, MUSIC, AND ART HEAD TO THE BARN Provincetown’s historic Hawthorne Barn is home to a performance space known as Twenty Summers and the upcoming fifth season, May 18 through June 16, is a doozy. “This year we are proud to be presenting such an exciting group of writers, cultural figures, artists, and musicians,” says executive director Camille Ives Beck. “As word continues to spread about our little organization, we can reach more and more guests drawn to the idea of speaking, performing, telling stories and sharing ideas in the historic and beautiful space.”
Alan Cumming brings his inimitable style to the most historic barn in Provincetown.
PHOTO: COURTESY OF TWENTY SUMMERS
Little has changed inside Provincetown’s historic Hawthorne Barn where, a century ago, famed artist Hans Hoffman launched a worldwide art movement celebrating Provincetown’s singular light, circa 1930.
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