Cotuit Center for the Arts is pleased to announce an exciting and varied summer season of programming at the John Weltman Outdoor Performance Pavilion. This year’s programming includes a new Monday Night at the Movies film series, concerts, stand-up comedy, family programming and much more. The 2023 summer season will kick off with a special performance of A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters performed by award-winning actors John Weltman and Linda Monchik. This performance will serve as a kick off to the summer season in honor of John Weltman, who's generous donation in partnership with the Massachusetts Cultural Council, funded the new outdoor performance area affectionately, now known as Tangle-Tuit. The season kick-off performance takes place on Saturday, May 20, and will feature a reception in the art gallery prior to the performance when winners of a love letter contest will be revealed. This event is free and open to the public. “We wanted to provide more variety in our programming this year, so I engaged Jim Gilbert, who was instrumental in launching our Tangletuit inaugural season as well as all our streaming and video technology during and post-covid. In addition to planning an exciting array of concerts, Jim had the idea of introducing a series of popular movies, each with a music industry theme. He also partnered with Boston based John Tobin Presents to produce a mini-series of stand up comedy events we’re calling The Comedy Garden at Tangletuit.” says David Kuehn, the Center’s executive director. For more information about individual events, please visit our website: www.ArtsOnTheCape.org. Details of the season, subject to change, Include: Concerts: ? Friday and Saturday, June 16 & 17: LOVE LIVE LOCAL presents a concert kick-off weekend featuring local favorites Sundog Organ Trio (June 16) and Schuyler Grant (June 17) ? Thursday, June 22: Cla da Bossa Nova ? Friday, June 23: Panorama - A Tribute to the CARS ? Wednesday, June 28: Buoys of Summer ? Friday, June 30: Session Americana ? Saturday, July 1: Sol Y Canto ? Sunday, July 2: Bill Janovitz - a tribute to the Rolling Stones ? Friday, July 7: Little Star and Codpiece ? Saturday, July 8: Dawna Hammers - Back to the Garden, a tribute to Joni Mitchell ? Monday, July 10: George Gritzbach ? Sunday, July 23 & 30: Cape Symphony & Jazz at Lincoln Center: On the Road ? Tuesday, August 15: Kyshona ? Tuesday, August 22: Laney Jones ? Saturday, September 9: Hey, Blondie! ? Saturday, September 16: Blues, Brews and BBQ Monday Night at the Movies: ? Monday, August 7: High Fidelity ? Monday, August 14: The Commitments ? Monday, August 21: Frank ? Monday, August 28: Almost Famous The Comedy Garden at Tangletuit: ? Saturday, June 24: Jimmy Cash & Harrison Stebbins ? Thursday, June 29: Jay Larson ? Wednesday, July 5: Kelly Macfarland & Sean Sullivan ? Thursday, July 6: Tony V & Will Noonan ? Sunday, July 9: Corey Rodrigues ? Sunday, July 16: Christine Hurley & Brian Glowacki ? Sunday, August 13: Drew Dunn ? Sunday, August 20: Punkie Johnson ? Sunday, August 27: Aaron Weber Special Events: ? Saturday, May 20: Love Letters with John Weltman and Linda Monchik ? Saturday, June 24: Ukulele Fest ? Sunday, June 25: Cape Cod CAN Page to Stage ? Thursday, July 27: Robert Clarke: Boston Magician Juggler ? To be scheduled: Daytime family entertainment. All events in the schedule are subject to change. In the event of inclement weather, a performance will be rescheduled if possible at a future date. Audience members are encouraged to dress appropriately for outdoor weather on Cape Cod. Cotuit Center for the Arts is at 4404 Route 28 in Cotuit. For more information and to purchase tickets, call 508-428-0669, or visit www.artsonthecape.org.