Cape May Stage is dedicated to entertaining, educating, and inspiring audiences by producing fresh visions of classics, well-known contemporary plays, and new works. Don’t miss our popular “Readings Series” with local artists, actors, and storytellers.


Keeping with the Spirit

By Steve Murray

Monday, September 20, at 7:00 PM

An architect and a historic society’s chairwoman work together to preserve the historic Serenity Harbor Lighthouse, but they will require help from the spirit of the lighthouse itself to save the historic building from being destroyed.

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Rebel Boy Fireworks

By Byron Loyd

Monday, October 18 at 7:00 PM

Dennis Massey, an Elsinore, Tennessee gossip columnist, photo journalist, musical director, community theatre costume designer, event planner and the sole contributor to The Busy Bee, society column flashes us back to 1966 and the events that will forever live in small town infamy. A southern fried comic tour-de-farce.

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The Dangerous Words of Ben O’Shea

By Dan McCormick

Monday, October 25th at 7:00 PM

When a playwright accepts an offer to do a residency at a small liberal arts college, he gets much more than he bargained for from one of its students; a fierce battle soon ensues within the black-box walls, where life and death of the written-word is at stake and the winner takes all … or do they …?

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All readings at Cape May Stage are donation based and seating is general admission. Donations can be made in advance by clicking on more information.