Zoë Lewis & Lucy Wainwright Roche

Oct 7, 2018 - Oct 8, 2018

Local fave Zoe Lewis is ecstatic to share the bill with this wonderful musician and songwriter. Insightful, introspective and poetic with a voice as clear as a bell, Lucy will charm your socks off! Fresh from touring with the Indigo Girls, daughter of Loudon Wainwright and Suzzy Roche, sister of Rufus and Martha her work stands alone creating her own legacy. A rare chance to see these 2 great performers together! Get ready for a powerful and fun show!


Jackie Monahan "These Lips"

Oct 8, 2018 - Oct 13, 2018

Jackie Monahan is a comedian, actor, writer, and producer who is setting the comedy stages from LA to New York on fire with her fearless brand of humor. She toured the country featuring for Amy Schumer which included opening for her monthly in Vegas. Jackie has since been headlining clubs, colleges, and cruise Lines such as Atlantis and Olivia. She can been seen live at: The Comedy Store, The Improv and alternative rooms throughout Los Angeles. You may have seen seen her on Adult Swim’s “The Eric Andre Show”, Last Comic Standing, or Comedy Jam on Showtime. In addition, Jackie starred in and co-wrote Madeleine Olnek’s beloved Sundance feature film “The Foxy Merkins” which was also nominated for an Independent Spirit award. Jackie starred in Olnek’s Sundance hit “Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same” which received rave reviews from both Variety and The Hollywood Reporter. Roger Ebert called Monahan “A delight, and the Queen of Deadpan. “ She has been professionally trained at UCB and Groundlings. Jackie won Time Out New York Joke of the Year and was voted comic to watch by Esquire magazine who said “Jackie has the looks of your friend’s hot older sister, with the jokes of a deranged serial killer. She will kill you and you will be smiling.”


Melissa Crispo

Oct 10, 2018 - Oct 13, 2018

SSA’s 2017 Songwriter of the year, Melissa Crispo’s live performance is a “MUST SEE” whether performing solo or with her band she has the ability to captivate any audience with her musical style, songwriting and powerhouse of a voice. Crispo has gained quite the fan base after being part of the lineup on the last 2 Melissa Etheridge Cruises along with Etheridge, Sarah McLachlan & Joan Jett. From her exposure on those cruises; it opened doors to gaining new fans from across the nation & beyond and being asked to perform on the Country Cruising Cruise along with artists such as Kelsea Ballerini, Locash, Montgomery Gentry & Diamond Rio. Crispo has also opened for such acts as STYX, Sophie B. Hawkins & Jefferson Starship.

Influences include The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Queen, Billy Joel, Elton John, Matchbox Twenty, Melissa Etheridge, Sheryl Crow, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and many more!


Here to Be Heard: The Story of The Slits

Thursday, October 11, 2018 - 3:00 PM

Paloma McLardy, also known as Palmolive, founded the influential punk band The Slits in 1976. Born in Spain, galvanized by punk’s explosive energy, she took up the drums and crafted an iconic style that favored passion and imagination over technical prowess. The journalist Vivien Goldman has said, “The Slits created a new paradigm for being a woman.” In the words of Palmolive, “We were four fearless young women who came together and exploded as a cultural bomb, irritating a sensitive societal nerve. We were pretty unconscious of our potency, and yet we were certain that we did not want to conform to the roles prescribed to us as women.” After three years in The Slits, Palmolive migrated to The Raincoats, with whom she recorded an album and then left the music scene altogether. Both groups were at the center of a movement that revolutionized the face of music and culture. In the past year, Palmolive’s influence has been chronicled in Here to Be Heard: The Story of The Slits, a documentary by William Badgley, as well as Jenn Pelly’s book The Raincoats. Following her time as a musician, Palmolive spent 16 years teaching Spanish to young children in Hyannis, Mass. This summer, she plans to start a new chapter and write a book about her experiences. The afternoon begins with Tianna Esperanza, a singer/songwriter who embodies a depth of talent and heart well beyond her years. Her music has been described as having hints of Sade, Public Enemy, and Gil Scott-Heron. Tianna is known for her personally inspired lyrics with roaring protest undertones, making for a powerful and unforgettable experience. Q&A with Paloma will be hard after screening.


Women's Week Speakeasy with Zoë Lewis and the Bootleggers

Thursday, October 11, 2018 - 8:00 PM

Le jazz hot from the roaring 20’s and 30’s. Absinthe, ambiance, an assortment of debonaire crooners, celebrities, fit flappers, a prohibition era swing band and the Gorgeous Cigarette Girl! A spectacular event!


Lesbians in Shorts Film Festival

Oct 12, 2018 - Oct 13, 2018

Love, lust, and laughs are what you can expect from this diverse compilation of short films! We have selected the best newly-released lesbian films currently touring on the LGBTQ film festival circuit!

Whether pulling on your heart strings or tickling your funny bone, there will never be a dull moment during this program of playful, sexy, heartwarming, and hilarious films! Total Running Time: 88 Minutes. Hurry! Last year both days sold out!



Oct 12, 2018 - Oct 13, 2018

IMPROVincetown is Provincetown’s newest comedy ensemble! The team features some of ptown’s greatest comedians and performers from Boston’s most popular mainstage casts. There will be late-night-raunchy shows, day-time-family shows, and everything in between! No two shows are alike because every word, song, dance, and fart joke are made up on the spot! Plus, you can get in on the fun! We are so excited to call ptown our home and look forward to sharing laughs with you!



Oct 12, 2018 - Oct 13, 2018

After a long hiatus from the Provincetown music circuit, Sheri Lynne returns to grace the Pilgrim House Stage with her acclaimed 80’s chick rock band Where’s Willy! Having toured the east coast, up and down, with both Where’s Willy and The Similar Features Band (A Melissa Etheridge Tribute), Sheri has returned to her roots in Ptown! Combining the best from both shows for an explosive special LIMITED ENGAGEMENT during Provincetown’s 2018 Women’s Week Celebration! Her shows feature spot on vocals recreating the sounds of the likes of Pat Benetar, Joan Jett, Melissa Etheridge and many more of your favorite chick rockers through the years. With LIVE SCREAMING guitar solos fired up by Mr. Eric Short of “Space Pussy” fame and the thundering rhythm section of drummer Jo Avallone and renowned bassist Ralph Shelgren you are sure to be on your feet reliving the memories of days gone by. You may even find yourself singing along while you’re jumping in the isles! For the more mellow types, Friday’s show features the same music just performed as an acoustic trio. But Saturday…..SATURDAY IS GONNA ROCK!!!!!! Hope you will be there!!!

No cover after 10 PM on Friday and 11 PM on Saturday when we bring back the Vixen with DJ, pole dancing, and all sorts of revelry.

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