Beau is not amused.
We are going to do Ales over ALS again this year.
It is the 10th Annual.
November 6th, 3-8The Lake House at Centennial Grove, Essex98 Centennial Grove Rd. Tickets available below:https://ccals.org/events/ales-over-als-nov2021/
Paintings by Vanessa Michalak Opens November 6-21, 2021
Handcrafted Fine Jewelry by Chloe Leigh – pop up November 20-21
Read the press release
There’s a sea of seaweed deposited on Long Beach, customary after a big fall storm. A couple of monumental sculptural masses stood out this time.
Read more about the variety of seaweed here: Post Storm Hermine, Sept. 2016
The Jam: Mondays at Minglewood Tavern with Dennis and Joe welcomes back our man, Mike OConnell as our guest host!! We love jammin with this killer player and all around lovely human!! Come down, grab a drink and some delicious food (kitchen till 9!), and hang with the Jamily!! 🤘🏼✨
Award-winning Actress and Director and veteran of Gloucester Stage Paula Plum to serve as Interim Artistic Director
Gloucester Stage Company‘s Artistic Director Robert Walsh has announced his intention to step down at the end of 2021. The Gloucester Stage Board of Directors has appointed Paula Plum as the Interim Artistic Director as they begin a transparent and equitable search process for the next artistic leader of the Company.
‘A safe harbor…’ were words from the original mission statement from 40 years ago and equally applicable today. Like many theaters, Gloucester Stage Company has navigated some turbulent waters but remains indebted to the artists who continue to contribute to our growth and forward movement. It has been an honor to serve the Cape Ann, North Shore, and Boston communities for the past seven years. I look forward to seeing how Gloucester Stage can continue its rich history of producing vibrant and culturally relevant work as we continue into this next decade. I am thrilled that Paula Plum will provide the ballast to this moment of transition and excited to see new and different leadership at the helm,” said Robert Walsh, the theater company’s Artistic Director about his departure.
Robert Walsh has served as Artistic Director, leading the creative operations for Gloucester Stage since 2015, and has a long history of performing on the Cape Ann stage spanning three decades, back to Two for the Seesaw in 1990. During his tenure, Walsh has presented 43 productions, of which eight he has performed in or directed, and received over 30 IRNE and Elliot Norton nominations and awards. After enjoying two major roles in recent films, he’s now looking forward to returning to work as an actor.
“Over the last four years, I’ve had the honor and privilege to work alongside Robert Walsh. The professionalism and artistic competency that he has brought to Gloucester Stage are immeasurable. Robert is one of the most highly regarded professionals in the business due to his vast experience but also the supportive and safe working environment he creates for every production team. Gloucester Stage has achieved significant growth with a great indebtedness to Robert Walsh’s fortitude and strategic vision. I look forward to continuing our forward trajectory with the exquisite Paula Plum as my producing partner,” said Managing Director Christopher Griffith.
The Gloucester Stage Board of Directors will take the 2022 Season to conduct a formal search for the next Artistic Director. Interim Artistic Director Paula Plum and outgoing Artistic Director Robert Walsh have already begun working together on the 2022 Season as Walsh will remain on staff through this December.
“I am honored to succeed my esteemed colleague Bob Walsh as Interim Artistic Director and continue the theatre’s commitment to anti-racism work in season planning and hiring. Bob and I are curating a selection of plays for GSC 2022 written by an exciting group of playwrights whose stories are personally thrilling, culturally relevant, and boldly represent the work of historically underrepresented individuals. As a 30-year veteran of Gloucester Stage, I am so happy to shepherd the theatre to its next exciting chapter and work this coming year with old and new friends,” shared Paula Plum, the theater’s incoming Interim Artistic Director.
To learn more about the transition visit: gloucesterstage.com/transition/
Deb Hardy Writes:
I brought a desert rock to Cape Ann that represents my beloved brother who recently passed away and created a music video in his honor.
David moved to the desert over 30 years ago. I’ve missed him for a long time. I brought him with me as I walked along the shore, the woods, and into tide pools and quarries.Then I updated the lyrics of a song I wrote about him many years ago and paired the song with photos and videos that I’ve been taking since he died. I hope you enjoy this. It has helped me in my grief.
sincerely, Deb Hardy
Creative Living Cape Ann
No matter the weather, the season, the surf, or the tide, the view of twin lights and Long Beach from the Cape Ann Motor Inn is always tremendous!
My friend Susan LaRosa alerted me to the double rainbow showing off over the harbor just as our little ghosts and gremlins were preparing to go out trick or treating. Thanks for these, Susan!
And from my end of Hesperus Ave (also alerted by my neighbor Bryanna!)