Articles, Features, Reviews

Payomet’s magical Halloween tale unfolds in the sky

CAPE COD TIMES– Payomet Cirque by the Sea’s Halloween production combines story and pantomime with dance, tumbling, aerialist and trapeze tricks, and sleight of hand.

By Kathi Scrizzi Driscoll - October 22, 2020 

Experience the Heart and Soul of Payomet

Rosanne Cash for PayometThis year and these times have impacted Payomet Performing Arts Center tremendously, and this past season was like none other in their 23 years.

Running away to join the circus in Truro - for exercise

Photo by Merrily Cassidy / Cape Cod Times

CAPE COD TIMES  - When I spoke to the folks at Payomet in Truro about attending the morning exercise classes I mentioned I was a regular walker but not a flyer. 

Performing in a Pandemic Requires Improvisation

Cirque by the Sea's Drive-In Live at the Payomet Ball Field

PROVINCETOWN INDEPENDENT - Inseparable performers work a socially distant stage

By Jospehine De La Bruyére and Olivia Weeks - Aug 20, 2020

Circus arts in ballfield bring back August childhood memories

Wicked Local review of Cirque by the Sea's "Sandman"

PROVICNETOWN BANNER - North Truro’s Payomet Performing Arts Center tries out circus without the big tent.
By Susan Blood, Banner Correspondent

Eleanor Dubinsky & Dario Acosta Teich broadcasting live from our Tiny Tent!

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Highland Center in Truro's Grand Plan

THE PROVINCETOWN INDEPENDENT - Truro Ghost Town Still Inspires: From the Cold War to the Highlands Center to now


NORTH TRURO — In the Outer Cape’s collective memory, the fear associated with living and working at an Air Force station built to listen for incoming Soviet atomic bombs has faded.

Peter Wolf Cape Cod Times Feature

Legendary singer has the blues, and he wouldn’t have it any other way.

Having first ascended to the highest rung of the pop music ladder decades ago, Peter Wolf is in a unique position to reflect on how much the music industry has changed over the years.

Peter Wolf 'Early Boston Days' Boston Globe Feature

The first night Peter Wolf arrived in Boston, he slept at a YMCA. The second night, penniless, he slept on the banks of the Charles River. “The third night, it was going to rain. I was in the hallway, hoping to find somebody who could maybe put me up,” says Wolf, 73. “I bumped into this guy who was looking for a roommate. And that guy turned out to be David Lynch.”