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What to do When the Skies Aren’t Blue: Theater Review

The father of literature, William Shakespeare, once wrote, “All the world’s a stage,” in his comedy “As You Like It.” But on a dreary Cape May County day, why not check out the indoor stages of talented local theater companies? When skies aren’t blue, let the latest shows from Cape May’s theater companies impress you.

East Lynne Theater Company

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East Lynne Theater Company Presents ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’

Murder! Mayhem! Madcap fun! Meet the Brewsters! East Lynne Theater Company presents “Arsenic and Old Lace” from July 25 through Sept. 1, Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Cape May, 500 Hughes St.

The Brewster sisters live in Brooklyn offering rooms to rent, while populating their cellar with the remains of “acceptable” lodgers. The nephew who... Read More

What to do When the Skies Aren’t Blue: Shop ‘Til You Drop

When a beach day is out of the question, consider shopping at the shore to pass the gray day away. With Christmas in July approaching, why not get some early gift shopping done? Lucky for you, we know all of the best places to shop ‘til you drop in Cape May County so you can get some goodies for everyone on your list, and even yourself!

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Harbor Square Theatre: Not Your Average Move Theatre

With four silver screens, a burger bar, craft beers, wine and more, Stone Harbor’s Harbor Square Theatre puts a twist on your classic movie night out with family and friends.

Originally opened in June 1949 with one screen and seating for around 800 people, the theatre that sits on Stone Harbor’s well-known 96th Street has seen many years of transformation. Presently, the completely... Read More

Broadway at the Beach Continues at Cape May Stage

Broadway at the Beach continues at Cape May Stage with PNC Arts Alive Presenting the 2018 Broadway series. PNC Arts Alive is a multi-year, multi-million dollar grant initiative of the PNC Foundation, which receives its principal funding from The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.  In its eighth year, PNC Arts Alive challenges visual and performing arts organizations to put forth their best,... Read More

What to do When the Skies Aren’t Blue: Movie Preview

What to do when a stormy forecast clouds big plans for a beach day in Cape May County? When in doubt, an afternoon at the movies is a classic choice. This summer features plenty of highly anticipated feature film releases that you won’t want to miss. Read on to preview some releases that seem to be generating the biggest Hollywood buzz.

 

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Cape May Stage Brings Broadway to the Jersey Shore

Cape May Stage continues its 30th anniversary season with “Chapter Two” by Neil Simon. This charming comedy runs through Aug. 3. Set in Manhattan in the 1970s, “Chapter Two” tells the story of successful writer George Schneider, who is mourning the recent death of his beloved wife when he meets a bright, vivacious actress. George is eager to rush into another marriage following a whirlwind... Read More

Rainy Day Guide: Discover the Arts

What to do when the skies aren’t blue? Cape May County hosts a plethora of performing and fine arts. On a gray day, why not take in a show or admire art at a local gallery? Below is a list of some theaters, venues and galleries around Cape May County where you can do just that.

East Lynne Theater Company, located at 500 Hughes St. in Cape May, hosts a variety of shows... Read More

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SAX at The Reeds

EVERY DAY DINING WITH A RELAXED, COASTAL VIBE Sax offers an eclectic every day menu of casual and upscale fare. Designed for relaxed gatherings, this coastal experience paired with an inviting atmosphere, creates an intimately casual vibe throughout the year for dining and drinks. 

Frank Theatres - Rio Stadium 12

Located in the Rio Mall in Rio Grande, this longtime movie theater chain screens current films and offers standard concessions. The perfect rainy day solution at the shore!