The Cape Cod Theater Project, a summertime program that develops stage works and scribes, has attracted legit names including writers Itamar Moses and Annie Baker, helmers Loretta Greco and Hal Brooks and writer-thesp John Cariani.
The summer program’s current offering is “Reality!,” a new tuner with book by Moses, author of the spring’s popular Manhattan Theater Club production of “The Four of Us.” Moses co-wrote the lyrics with Gaby Alter, the composer of the pop parody of reality TV.
Cariani, who earned a 2004 Tony nom for his role in “The Fiddler on the Roof,” penned CCTP’s next production, “Last Gas,” about the owner of a convenience store in Maine. CCTP a.d. Andrew Polk directs.
Final offering of the season is “Nocturama” by Baker, whose well-received “Body Awareness” played Off Broadway last season. Brooks (“No Child…,” “Thom Pain (Based on Nothing)” directs the New England-set story of a homecoming.
Summertime slate, running through Aug. 2, began with Carter W. Lewis’ “Evie’s Waltz,” a thriller about a troubled teenager helmed by Greco, a.d. of San Francisco’s Magic Theater.