Saturday, February 15, 2020

24 Hour Plays this weekend!

Join us at the Provincetown Theater for the TENTH ANNUAL production of the 24 Hour Plays.
  • 7 playwrights
  • 7 directors
  • 21 actors
  • 7 brand new short plays!
We gathered at the theater last night, playwrights wrote into the night, scripts were due at 7 am, and we'll spend the day rehearsing.  
This year I'm directing Tamora Israel's delightful "Doggo" 
with Cynthia Harrington, Tia Scalcione and Will Oxtoby.
Join us for the performances:
Saturday, February 15, 7:30 pm
Sunday, February 16, 2:00 pm

Sunday, February 9, 2020

February 12 in Provincetown

Just in time for Valentine's Day,

LOVE STORIES

at the Provincetown Library, Wednesday,
February 12, 6 - 8 pm!

The Writers’ Voice Café invites you to join us at the Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street,
on Wednesday, February 12, 6 – 8 pm for
LOVE STORIES,
a collection of some of my favorite short stories I've written about the strangeness of love in its many forms. 


 Actor/director extraordinaire Bob Costa joins me in reading stories from the collection.

Following LOVE STORIES, there will be an open mic for many of the other talented writers on the Outer Cape.

Admission is free.
 

Monday, October 14, 2019

WORDS ON WATER, Friday, October 18

Actors Cynthia Harrington and Nick Dorr

share the joys and tribulations of life in the dunes!


Tuesday, September 17, 2019

LOVE STORIES coming to Prez Hall on October 3!



Join us on Thursday, October 3
Please join us for this one-time only reading of some of Candace’s favorite stories she’s written about love in its many forms. The actors who will lend their talents as readers include Bob Costa, Cynthia Harrington, Dennis Cunningham, John Dennis Anderson, Jon Kemp, Mary Chris Kenney, and Candace. With musical interludes provided by Fred Magee, the evening promises to be one to remember!

Better known locally as a playwright, Wellfleet’s Candace Perry is also a writer of short stories. Her work has been published in The Sun and The Best of The Sun, A Sense of Place, Ms. Magazine, and the Roanoke Review and has been awarded recognition by Story Magazine, Cape Cod Women, and The Tennessee Williams New Orleans Literary Festival. 
 


Wednesday, August 28, 2019

MADE IN HEAVEN at Off Main Gallery!

presents

An Evening of Play Reading and Music: Saturday, AUGUST 31st  6:30 pm 

Bring your beach chairs - food and wine served

A Staged Reading of My Short Play


MADE IN HEAVEN

 with Mary Chris Kenney as Marie Louise Benson

and me as Faye (Mrs. Eugene) McBride 

with music by CUMBERLAND

Jim Rohrer and Lynda Shuster

 

Monday, July 15, 2019

MADE IN HEAVEN performed in church!


Laura Cappello, well known for her magnificent portrayal of Patsy Cline, 
and playwright Candace Perry team up in Heaven!
 


Please join us for this staged reading of my short play

MADE IN HEAVEN

Sponsored by the Nauset UU Fellowship
held at the Chapel in the Pines
220 Samoset Rd, Eastham, MA 02642
Sunday, July 21, 10 am



In MADE IN HEAVEN, each person is matched for all time to their one true love.
Only problem is, some folks don’t much like the match, like Faye (Mrs. Eugene) McBride of Montgomery, Alabama. A traditional, white woman, she discovers that God matched her to Henry, her gardener of many years. Her Black gardener. It’s up to God’s “assistant,” Marie Louise Benson to prove to Faye that God’s matches are never mistaken.

The reading of the play will be followed by refreshments and a discussion.
ALL WELCOME!

Thursday, May 2, 2019

MERIDIAN SUMMER at WHAT May 5



The summer of 1964,

three civil rights workers

"go missing" from

Meridian, Mississippi... 

 

Please join us for a free, 
public reading of
  

MERIDIAN SUMMER


Sunday, May 5, 3:00 pm
Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater

The reading will conclude an intensive weekend workshop of the play with Director Sasha Brätt and actors Darlene VanAlstyne. Rodney Witherspoon II, Amie Lytle, Gigi Watson, Robert St. Laurence, and Jody O’Neil with the playwright, Candace Perry.  The audience is invited to stay after Sunday’s reading to share their reactions to the play.