Private Lives at GSC, Juneteenth at CAM


Gloucester Juneteenth Festival

Sat., June 17, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$ free

Celebrate Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States! The third Gloucester Juneteenth Celebration is presented by the North Shore Juneteenth Association and CAM’s Community Engagement Committee Member, Toni Waldron, who hosted the first Gloucester Juneteenth Celebration in 2021.  Learn about the Juneteenth Holiday and its connection to Cape Ann history while celebrating Black history through music, dance and food.  At the Cape Ann Museum’s downtown campus.

Cape Ann Museum

27 Pleasant St. | Gloucester

Private Lives

Thru June 25

$49 adults, $39 seniors, $15 student

Gloucester Stage Co.’s 2023 summer season opens with this this uproarious timeless romantic comedy, set in a sophisticated world of cocktails, glamour, and sparkling repartee follows the ups, downs, and all-arounds of passion and betrayal.  While honeymooning in France with their new spouses, an ex-husband and wife find themselves sharing a balcony at the same hotel and hilarity ensues.  A Tony Award and Drama Desk Winner for Best Revival.  Directed by award-winning director, educator and actor, Diego Arciniegas.

Gloucester Stage Company

267 E Main St. | Gloucester

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