New Passport to the Arts to be Unveiled May 3

Discounts to forty Cape theaters, museums, historical sites and performances

CENTERVILLE - The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod is proud to announce the release of the 2007-2008 Passport to the Arts, which offers a one-time 50% discount on admission to 40 Cape Cod theaters, museums, historical sites, and performances. The 2007-2008 Passport to the Arts is underwritten by the Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank Charitable Foundation Trust and will be available for purchase online at www.artsfoundation.org on May 4.

"The Passport to the Arts is the best purchase an arts lover on Cape Cod can make," says Lisa Hergenrother, Executive Director of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. "It offers the opportunity to visit 40 of the finest cultural treasures in our region at a significant discount, and supports the year-round program of work of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod."

Now in its fourth year, the Passport to the Arts has evolved from a small group of eight organizations to its current impressive roster of 40 cultural organizations, representing the very best of the arts and culture of Cape Cod.

The Passport is a beautifully designed, souvenir-quality booklet with information about each participating organization.

Passport holders will be able to receive a 50% discount on admission to select events at each participating venue once during the course of the year.

Each member venue sets its own restrictions and rules of use, so Passport holders must call venues in advance to ensure availability.

Passports will be available after May 3, 2007, and may be ordered online or by calling the Arts Foundation at 508-362-0066.

Each Passport costs $20 and the 2007 Passport will be valid through May 2008.

Participating Venues

  • Academy of Performing Arts, Orleans
  • Chatham Drama Guild, Chatham
  • New Provincetown Players, Provincetown
  • Big & Small Mask Troupe, Cape-Wide
  • Chatham Historical Society, Chatham
  • Osterville Historical Society and Museum, Osterville
  • Cahoon Museum of American Art, Cotuit
  • Cotuit Center for the Arts, Cotuit
  • Payomet Performing Arts Center in Truro, Truro
  • Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival, Cape-wide
  • Edward Gorey House, Yarmouth Port
  • Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, Provincetown
  • Cape Cod Children's Museum, Mashpee
  • Eventide Arts, Dennis
  • Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown
  • Cape Cod Conservatory, Barnstable
  • Falmouth Historical Society & Museums, Falmouth
  • Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich
  • Cape Cod Maritime Museum, Hyannis
  • Four C's Theater @ Cape Cod Community College, Barnstable
  • Shakespeare on the Cape, Provincetown
  • Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis
  • Gloriae Dei Artes, Orleans
  • Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, Truro
  • Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, Brewster
  • Harwich Junior Theatre, Harwich 
  • Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, Wellfleet
  • Cape Cod Opera, Cape-wide
  • Heritage Museums and Gardens, Sandwich
  • Woods Hole Theater Company, Woods Hole
  • Cape Cod Theater Project, Falmouth Highfield Hall, Falmouth
  • Woods Hole Folk Music Society, Woods Hole
  • Cape Rep Theatre, Brewster
  • John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, Hyannis
  • WOMR, Provincetown
  • Cape Symphony Orchestra
  • Hyannis Marine Biological Library, Woods Hole
  • Chatham Chorale, Cape-wide
  • Monomoy Theatre, Chatham

Learn more about the Passport to the Arts here.  Visit the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod here.

NOTE: Passport valid for use one time per venue only. Some limitations and black-out dates apply. Call member venues for details.

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