The Provincetown Theater’s season continues with the Cape Cod premiere of Bekah Brunstetter’s romantic comedy “The Cake,” onstage in the theater’s new open air venue through July 23.

“The Cake” follows the life-changing path of a Baptist baker in North Carolina as she negotiates the meaning of marriage after being asked to bake the cake for the wedding of her deceased best friend’s daughter to another woman.

Dubbed the Playhouse in the Parking Lot, the new outdoor theater is at 238 Bradford Street in Provincetown. Tickets to “The Cake” can be purchased through the theater’s website.

Following “The Cake,” the theater company will perform “The Glass Menagerie,” August 2 through September 2. A classic family story of love, loss and letting go, Tennessee Williams wrote “The Glass Menagerie” in 1944 while he was living in Provincetown.

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