Sue Mellen- Conversation with the Author- VIRTUAL EVENT

Author Sue Mellen

in conversation with Kimi Loughlin


A History of Theater on Cape Cod

Wednesday, April 28, 6:30pm

Live via ZOOM

This free online event will take place virtually via Zoom, and registration is required. Click the link that follows to gain access and to complete the registration process:

"Susan Mellen shines a spotlight on a deserving star, Cape Cod theater. Through stories and photos of this beloved craft and tradition, we are ferried through one hundred years of creativity, audacity, perseverance, and star power. Whether birthing, buoying, or booming, the world of performance on Cape Cod has been and will continue to be a steadfast influence on theater everywhere. Ms. Mellen's trip from Provincetown to the upper Cape is a must-read for any lover of theater and is a wonderful homage to life on The Cape.”  --Elizabeth Adler

Sue Mellen began her writing career as an arts, entertainment and features writer for the Cape Cod Times. Sue worked in public relations followed by a short stint as a freelance business and technology writer before opening a content-creation firm YourWriters, which she still operates. Through her company, she has co-written and ghostwritten numerous books for a wide range of clients. After an extended hiatus, she has returned to her first love: reviewing the theatrical productions that grace the historic theaters of Cape Cod.

Kimi Loughlin was on the Company Management team at MCC Theater in NYC for 5 years (select shows: The Wrong Man, Seared, Alice By Heart, School Girls, and the African Mean Girls Play). Next up, she will be the Assistant Company Manager for the Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! national tour. Kimi currently works at Buttonwood Books and Toys.

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Wednesday, April 28, 2021 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
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Published: History Press - April 26th, 2021