Debbie Forman - Cape Cod LIFE Publications

Veiled Power

At this year’s Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival, the art of feminine illusion in the playwright’s famous—and little known—plays takes center stage.

The intriguing female characters in Tennessee Williams’ plays take center stage in this year’s Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival. Developing the theme “Tennessee Williams and Women: 50% Illusion,” David Kaplan, curator of the festival, has selected several plays, from…

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Provincetown Muse

Sculptor Danielle Mailer’s visual vocabulary is inspired by cherished Cape Cod memories.

The inspiration for danielle Mailer’s colorful artwork—often depicting the female form along with dogs, cats, horses, and fish—comes from her longtime relationship with Provincetown’s unique landscape and culture. As a favorite destination for summer trips as a child and in later years, Provincetown holds a special place in Mailer’s…

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The Shape of Love

A Provincetown Art Association and Museum show celebrates artist Jim Peters’s adoration of the female figure.

Looking at the work of Jim Peters, you can feel the heat. You are gazing at private moments. “Sensuality is important in my paintings,” says Peters.

The artist is the subject of a retrospective at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM), which runs June 28…

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