Michele Clarke

Michele Clarke

Michele covers Provincetown and other Cape Cod theater centers as a Contributing Editor for BroadwayWorld.com. She’s a former business and technology journalist/editor, theater kid (and was part of a Massachusetts High School Drama Guild award-winning cast in competition), and more recently directed for the Provincetown Theater’s Playwrights Festival and 24-Hour Theater Festival. She’s been an enthusiastic theatre goer for more than 30 years in theaters in Boston, San Francisco and New York City (on Broadway, off Broadway, and way way off Broadway). She’s served on various theater-focused committees and boards on Cape Cod since 2013, including the Friends Committee of the Cape & Islands Theater Coalition and as a Trustee for Cape Cod Theatre Company/Harwich Junior Theatre. 




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BWW Review: Peregrine Theatre Ensemble's CABARET Is StunningBWW Review: Peregrine Theatre Ensemble's CABARET Is Stunning
Posted: Aug. 30, 2019


BWW Review: Peregrine Theatre Ensemble's CABARET Is Stunning
August 30, 2019

Director-choreographer Kyle Pleasant is back with Peregrine Theatre Ensemble's main stage summer show – and he has not come to play. Pleasant's CABARET gives you a hundred clues of what's to come. Yet this ending is leaving audiences speechless. Once again, Pleasant's thoughtful twists on a classic show both modernize its relevance and deepen its resolve.

BWW Review: Peregrine Theatre Ensemble's Riveting HAIR Finds The Poignant Heart Of A Raucous, Sweeping Show
August 22, 2018

With HAIR, Peregrine Theatre Ensemble cements its place among a new generation of young regional companies who are fearless in their ambition, limitless in their energy, and highly skilled in drawing audiences into powerful, poignant moments. It's no surprise that this show is breaking house records and playing to standing ovations at Fishermen Hall.

BWW Review: Elements Theatre Company's BLITHE SPIRIT Is A Visual Feast of Noël Coward's Comedic Core
July 27, 2018

Elements Theatre Company's Blithe Spirit is a visual feast of a production that updates it female leads to heroines and strips the piece to its comedic core. It's a thought-provoking interpretation, and this show deserves a longer run than the two weekends it will see.

BWW Review: Cape Cod Theatre Company's Triumphant BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Is A Fable For Our Time
July 7, 2018

Director Jane Staab's Beauty & the Beast is a fable for our time, emphasizing the humanity of its enchanted castle's 'objects' (and even its titular beast) through costume and demeanor, while stressing the power of kindness and the promise of change. The themes run throughout this show - from its winning, broad comedy to its vivid, heartfelt moments.