The season will also include Annie Purcell, Ronald Guttman, Darren Goldstein, Laura Esterman, Gil Bar-Sela, and Shelly Sussler in Zohar Tirosh's Six (July 9-11), directed by Ian Morgan, and about a jet-lagged, sun-drenched, six-day trip to contemporary Israel; Elizabeth Jasicki, Matt Stadelman, Louis Cancelmi, Ben Rappaport, and Liam Craig in Photograph 51 (July 23-25) by Anna Ziegler, directed by Evan Cabnet, based on the true story of Rosalind Franklin and her unaccredited contribution to the discovery of DNA's double helix; and comedian Aladdin Ullah in his one-person play, Indio (July 30-August 1), directed by Hal Brooks, in which Aladdin rejects the legacy of his immigrant parents, until a PBS documentary forces him to uncover the journey of his father, Habib.For more information, visit www.capecodtheatreproject.org.
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