Falsettos at The Belle Theatre in Cape Coral

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By Tyler Young
Ready for summer?
We’re ready for a fantastic summer at The Belle with summer camps taking full swing, Falsettos opening June 7, movie nights, karaoke, RENT and so much more.
Falsettos is the hilarious, heartbreaking and utterly unique, contemporary musical revolving around the life of a charming, intelligent, neurotic man named Marvin, his wife, his lover, his about-to-be Bar Mitzvahed son, their psychiatrist, and the lesbians next door.
Falsettos is a perfect reminder that love can tell a million stories. Just in time to celebrate Pride month, Falsettos is on stage June 7 – 16 and features an all-star cast of Southwest Florida performers ready to entertain.
New this year, we’re adding special event nights throughout the summer including family movie nights, karaoke, open mic nights and more. Check out these free community events and enjoy great company in a safe, inclusive environment.
Looking for the perfect summer camp opportunity? Spots are still available for Spongebob: The Musical Youth, Elf, JR and Aladdin, JR! Register today for the best two weeks of summer while making new friends, building confidence, learning new skills and shining in the spotlight.
The summer season will conclude in August with the Tony Award winning musical RENT. On stage Aug. 2 – 11, RENT is the story of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to survive in NYC featuring favorite songs such as “La Vie Boheme” and “Seasons of Love.”
For tickets and more information about our upcoming productions and events, visit us online at TheBelleTheatre.com, give us a call at 239-323-5533 or stop by the box office at 208 Santa Barbara Blvd., #135, in Cape Coral Tuesday – Friday noon – 4 p.m. See you at the show. Want to stay up-to-date on the latest happenings at The Belle? Be sure to follow us on Facebook (@thebelletheatre).
Tyler Young is executive director of The Belle Theatre

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