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Could music say something you can’t put into words? Might be worth a try. Through this month, 10 company members at Cape Rep Theatre in Brewster are offering to perform singing telegrams for its donors.

Whether for Valentine’s Day or any other reason or occasion this month, the cost (really a donation) is $150 per song or $365 for three as a fundraiser for the theater’s 365 Barn Campaign to finish renovations to the historic Crosby Barn. Personalized performances can be recorded or live, virtual or in person — in a distanced, safe way.

Details and singer/song options are available at https://caperep.org/singing-telegrams/ and staff can be contacted at [email protected] or 508-896-1888.

Trish LaRose is one of 10 company members at Cape Rep Theatre who will perform singing telegrams for donors during February as part of a fundraiser for the Crosby Barn renovation.

Performers offer a few specific choices. For example: One of Trish LaRose’s songs is Adele’s “Make You Feel My Love”; Kate Pazakis might sing Carole King’s “Natural Woman”; one of Wendy Watson’s offerings is Rodgers and Hart’s “My Funny Valentine”; Jared Hagan has a choice of Rodger and Hammerstein’s “If I Loved You”; and Meghan McGrath could perform Ingrid Michaelson’s “The Way I Am.”

The 365 Barn Campaign aims to raise money this year toward the company’s $190,000 matching grant from the Mass Cultural Facilities Fund and its ultimate goal of $1.4 million to complete the interior of the barn project.

A sequel to the popular "Piano Men" revue of Billy Joel and Elton John music is part of the 2022 season at Cotuit Center for the Arts.

‘Do it at Cotuit?’ So many choices for what that means

Cotuit Center for the Arts has announced a 2022 season that is “jam-packed with programming,” including art exhibits, classes, fundraisers, concerts, theater shows and special events. The year will continue programs on the new Outdoor Stage, on live-stream and in the new mobile classroom on the Marjorie-Lynne Art Bus, which officials say will serve as the foundation for a new initiative to bring the arts to underserved communities on Cape Cod.

Kenneth Proto

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