The Sock and Buskin Bash at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater

August 12th - a summer celebration of the arts...

The Sock and Buskin Bash - A Summer Celebration of the Arts at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater - Sunday August 12, 2018 5:00-8:00 PM  

On Sunday August 12, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater celebrates the vibrancy and diversity of artistic expression on the Outer Cape with the Sock and Buskin Bash; an evening of live entertainment, unique interactive experiences, festive food and drink, and live and silent auctions to benefit Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater.  Tickets are $75, and are available at WHAT.org or by calling the box office at (508) 349-9428.

The evening will feature performances by Cape favorites Zoë Lewis and the Bert Jackson Quartet.  Zoë Lewis is a band in a body! She plays jazz, jump jive, Latin grooves, swing, international folk, and funk originals—on anything from the piano to the spoons. She’s a troubadour, vaudevillian, storyteller, adventurer, and singer-songwriter. The Bert Jackson Quartet is a jazz band equally at home with the American Songbook and more adventurous pieces—from Jobim and Kern to Rashan Kirk and Miles. 

Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater will acknowledge the contributions of four artists and arts supporters that evening: the late Judy Cicero, Trustee of Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater and arts patron and supporter; playwright Dina Harris Walker; gallery owner Audrey Parent; and dancer and teacher Naomi Turner. Each has made a unique contribution to the arts community on the Outer Cape.

The Sock and Buskin Bash is made possible through the generous support of Cape Cod 5, John Randall House B&B and Cottages, Chatham Candy Manor, Devil’s Purse Brewing, Nauset Disposal, and South Hollow Spirits.

The Sock and Buskin Bash

A Summer Celebration of the Arts

Sunday, August 12, 5:00 – 8:00 PM

Tickets: $75

Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, Larry Phillips Performance Pavilion

2357 Route 6, Wellfleet

508-349-9428 | www.what.org


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