Though there are some disorganized elements, this theater is a wonderful place to work. The housing is lovely, only a 5 minute walk from the bay.
The staff here are all good-hearted, generous people whose number one goal is to present heartfelt, inspiring theatre.
And the musical director has been nothing but kind, and a wonderful collaborator. One of the nicest people around.
I did a show here two years ago and it was one of the most wonderful experiences Ive had. I entirely disagree with the negative feedback posted. I literally spent my days rehearsing with an amazing cast, and director....then hit up the beach on days I was off. It was a summer vacation that I got paid to be a part of. The owner is wonderful, the people involved in the theater are wonderful, and the artistic integrity and quality of the work they do is wonderful. The HOUSING is phenomenal. Take it from me, I did a show at a place where they housed us in the ghetto. THAT was a bad experience. Working at Cape Rep was a WONDERFUL experience. I honestly look at their season every year hoping they'll be doing something Im right for so I can get another paid summer vacation! :)
This is a very unorganized operation and the shows are of very uneven quality.
The musical director is an egomaniac who thinks he knows how to make the scores better. Needless to say he does not. The housing is nice, if you get put in the newly renovated Captain's House. The dressing rooms are a dump. Overall, not worth it for VERY little pay.
I echo this last review. Just don't waste your time.
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