Julia Murney will star in Gypsy at the Cape Playhouse.
Julia Murney will star in Gypsy at the Cape Playhouse.
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The Cape Playhouse has announced its summer season.

Yasmine Reza's Art will run June 12-24, with a cast including David Beach, Eddie Korbich, and David Andrew Macdonald. Matt Lenz directs. The show is followed by Larry Shue's The Foreigner, directed by Hunter Foster and set for June 27-July 8. The company includes Allison Layman, John Scherer, John Skelley, and Sally Mayes.

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, directed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge, runs July 11-22. The William Finn-Rachel Sheinkin musical stars Kyle Scatliffe, Kay Trinidad, Farah Alvin, and Michael McGrath. John Logan's Red, featuring Patrick Stafford and Stephen Caffrey, will run July 25-August 5 under the direction of David Glenn Armstrong.

Julia Murney will take on the role of Rose in Gypsy, a production that will also feature Caroline Bowman, James Lloyd Reynolds, Jane Blass, Tess Soltau, Jennifer Cody, Amy Bodner, and Garett Hawe. Michael Rader directs, with choreography by Jason Sparks. Gypsy will run August 8-19.

Last up is Murder For Two, featuring Ian Lowe and Jeremiah Ginn. J. Scott Lapp directs the production, which is scheduled for August 22-September 2.

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