The season will open with Daria Polatin's Guidance (July 8-10), in which a new high school guidance counselor gets caught up in the lives of his students.
The theater's second offering will be a staged reading of Nilo Cruz's The Color of Desire (July 15-17), which centers on an American businessman who hires a young Cuban actress to play the role of a woman he once loved.
The theater's season of new American plays will continue with staged readings of Neil LaBute's new play second year senior (July 22-24). Andrew McCarthy will direct this play, which focuses on a brother and sister who are attempting to clear a rental property of the belongings of a former tenant.
The Cape Cod Theatre Project's summer season will be rounded out with monologist Mike Daisey's newest show JOBS (July 29-31), which looks at the life of Apple Computer's Steve Jobs. Jean-Michelle Gregory will direct the piece.
For further information, visit www.capecodtheatreproject.org.