Cedar Beach Opens this Saturday!
Cedar Beach by Mark Howland
A Live, OUTDOOR Theater Event!
Directed by John Heavey
Saturday, August 21 – Sunday, August 21
Thursday, August 26 – Sunday, June 29
Thursday, Friday and Saturday shows will begin at 5:00pm.
Sunday matinees will start at 2:00pm.
Guests should bring their own chairs and arrive at least fifteen minutes early.
Tickets: $18 MAC members | $20 nonmembers
Tickets available online here
Performances will NOT be rescheduled if it rains. In some cases rain happens unexpectedly, and a performance might be cancelled at the last minute. We will do our best to update our website and phone message if this happens, but at times this can be delayed. Guests may choose another date, donate tickets, or receive a refund. MAC volunteers will accept tickets for any cancelled performance at a later date.
NOTE: Office hours end on Saturday at 2:00pm, and we are closed on Sundays and Mondays. If ticket sales have closed online, you may still purchase tickets at the park entrance (CASH ONLY PLEASE).
Jack Boesen, Heather Corrigan, Rick DaSilva, Michele Letourneau, Andrew Oliveira, Thom O’Shaughnessy, Susan Salvesen, Joanne Sherburne, Jacob Sherburne, Rick Sherburne, Gary Sousa, Susan Sullivan, Karrie Szatek, Kim Teves
Sound Technician: Steven McManus
Cedar Beach is about family and a family-owned property. Spanning several generations that covers fifty years, the play attempts to chronicle the history of a vacation home and the vicissitudes of the people who inhabit it. The action follows the lines of entropy, from order to disorder, simplicity to complexity, and tradition to innovation. As such, the home represents both the luxury of privilege and the burden of responsibility. The play is comprised of eight scenes that span from the mid 1950’s to 2007.
Anyone entering the Marion Art Center must wear a mask.