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This past year has been challenging for theaters across the Cape and around the world and our theater family has not been immune to the devastating effects of this virus. We have all lost a fellow cast mate, director, collaborator, and friend in Tim Hystad. His impact on our community and creative spaces has enriched community theater on the Upper Cape and we are all so grateful to Tim for his creativity, joy, and passion for theater. Tim’s enthusiasm was tireless and his commitment to bringing joy and meaning to local theater was made possible by the love and support of his family, on stage and off. We are celebrating the life of our colleague and friend, Tim, and we look forward to the time when we can all be together again.

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It is with profound sadness that we share with you the passing of one of the Falmouth Theatre Guild’s brightest stars.

  

Irene Thibeault, performer, concessions manager, member of the board of directors, and all-around show mother for so many of us passed away on Monday, June 21st.

  

With her lengthy tenure at Falmouth Theatre Guild beginning with “Moon Motel” in 1976, Irene has performed in roles ranging from singing in the chorus and dancing with the ensemble in countless shows to leading performances in hits like FTG’s “Showboat” and “La Cage aux Folles.”

  

Irene was a long-time member of the Guild’s board of directors where she filled many roles, most notably as concessions chair. During her time managing concessions, Irene raised money that went towards providing scholarships to local students. She was extremely proud of her work helping to fund educational opportunities, and in 2017, the Falmouth Theatre Guild created a new scholarship, the “Irene Thibeault Spirit of FTG Scholarship” to honor her for her hard work and dedication. Most recently, the Highfield Theater concession stand has officially been named “Irene’s” and her legacy will continue to live on.

  

There will be a celebration of Irene’s life at 9:30 a.m. Monday, June 28th at Highfield Hall, 56 Highfield Drive, Falmouth, MA 02540 followed by a reception next door at Highfield Theater.  Please join us as we share stories and celebrate a life that was full of love, joy, and talent (and cookies). Keeping with Irene’s style, sparkly attire is highly suggested for this event. In lieu of flowers, Irene’s family has asked that donations may be made to the Falmouth Theater Guild (mailed to P.O. Box 383, Falmouth, MA, 02541 or online below).

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Proof of vaccination policy for performances until further notice…

For the health, safety, and well-being of our patrons, staff, and performers, Falmouth Theatre Guild will now be requiring guests attending our performances to be fully vaccinated. Upon arrival and prior to entering the theater, all guests MUST present proof that they meet the CDC definition of being fully vaccinated. Either the physical card or a photo of the card will suffice. Please note that ALL guests within a party will need to show proof of vaccination.

Guests who are exempt from COVID-19 vaccinations due to medical issues or sincerely held religious beliefs will be required to show proof of a negative Covid test result taken within 72 hours before entering the theater.

Children under 12 will be required to wear face coverings at all times while in the building.

Please be advised that face coverings may be required during performances under modified local, state, and/or federal guidance.

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