Brian King & What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? are previewing their new show “Gravitational Fool” on Thursday July 31 at 8pm for Cape Ann friends and fans before heading to the “other” cape for the Afterglow Festival in Provincetown on Sept 10.
How often do we play The Fool? Throughout history society has often relegated the queer to the role of the clown, from sad Pierrot to the sissy, the funny fop to the lonely dandy. Backed by his neo-cabaret band, What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?, singer-songwriter, Brian King performs an internal/external wrestling match onstage with these characters. Through make-up, costume, monologues and original music, Brian examines the ways these archetypes both empower and limit our identities and relationships. From soul-searing ballads to hilarious songs about “sex with the ex,” “Gravitational Fool” will cure you of your clown phobia.
What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? features Nathan Cohen on violin, trumpet. Mike Leggio on bass. Dennis Monagle on drums. Shana Cahill and Elizabeth Bean on background vocals, and special guest Renee Dupuis on piano, melodica, and background vocals.
Tickets are $12.00 General Admission, and $10.00 Cinema Members. Advance tickets are preferred. Click on the green “buy tickets” button below to purchase your tickets.
“Helium” by What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?
Field of Dreams is sentimental, but in the best way; it’s a mix of fairy tale, baseball, and family togetherness. – Rotten Tomatoes
Field of Dreams sustains a dreamy mood in which the idea of baseball is distilled to its purest essence: a game that stands for unsullied innocence in a cruel, imperfect world. – Variety
Is this Heaven? No, it’s a Dinner & A Movie at the Cape Ann Community Cinema! Join us for a special screening of the inspirational film “Field of Dreams” starring Kevin Costner, hosted by Farmer Dave’s. Sit back and enjoy a delicious American summer light meal featuring local vegetables, especially CORN, and other tasty treats while watching this American family classic.
“If you build it, he will come.” This is the voice that inspires Iowa farmer Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) to construct a baseball diamond in the middle of his cornfield. At first, “he” seems to be the ghost of disgraced ballplayer Shoeless Joe Jackson (Ray Liotta), who materializes on the ball field and plays a few games with the awestruck Ray. But as the weeks go by, Ray receives several other messages from a disembodied voice, one of which is “Ease his pain.” He realizes that his ball field has been divinely ordained to give a second chance to people who have sacrificed certain valuable aspects of their lives. One of these folks is Salingeresque writer Terence Mann (James Earl Jones), whom Ray kidnaps and takes to a ball game and then to his farm. Another is Doc Graham (Burt Lancaster), a beloved general practitioner who gave up a burgeoning baseball career in favor of medicine. The final “second-chancer” turns out to be much closer to Ray. That “magical” field in Dyersville, Iowa still draws thousands of baseball-happy tourists each year. © Movie Guide
Our menu features:
- Hot dogs with all the fixin’s from Salty Franks
Common Crow will be preparing the following dishes with fresh veggies from Farmer Dave’s:
- Green salad
- Pasta Salad with fresh veggies
- Corn on the cob
- Bean salad
- Blueberry cake
Farmer Dave’s is a small farm located in Dracut, Massachusetts that produces high-quality, and delicious seasonal produce. The farm has Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share opportunities with multiple pick-up locations, including farmer markets around eastern Massachusetts.
Tickets are $18.00 General Admission, and $16.00 for Cinema Members.
Advance ticket purchases are preferred. Click on the big green “buy tickets” button to buy your tickets.