An entertaining TRUE history of Provincetown debauchery.
Provincetown has always been known as a wild sex, drugs & rock ‘n’ roll town where anything might—and did—happen. Why was Nobel Prize-winning playwright Eugene O’Neill arrested at gunpoint in the Atlantic House Bar? How did Divine, John Waters’ leading lady, cause so much trouble that locals wanted her banned from Provincetown? Where did Andy Warhol take Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground, and why? Sylvia Plath and Anis Nin participated in some “bad” behavior here too. Provincetown’s own musician-writer-actor-badass Billy Hough (of Scream Along with Billy) will take you on this adult-only tour of Bohemian Provincetown at or by the locations where they happened. You’ll soon understand why Norman Mailer called his adopted hometown “The Wild West of the East.”
Meet at the public dock on the bay to the west (right) of the Boatslip, 161 Commercial St., Provincetown.
About Billy Hough
Praised by Hilton Als in The New Yorker Magazine for keeping the
spirit of Provincetown’s absurdist theater alive, longtime
Provincetown resident Billy Hough is a musician, actor, writer and
more. In his Scream Along with Billy shows he, along with bassist Sue
Goldberg and special guests, take rock ‘n’ roll to a new level. A
regular at Grotto Bar/Bubala’s in Provincetown and Joe’s Pub in New
York, the show is part concert, part performance art, always
entertaining; Billy takes audiences to places they’ve never considered.
You will receive a full refund of the tour price if you cancel 24 hours or longer before the start date of the adventure. If you are a no-show for your booked tour, payment will not be refunded.
Significant rain or weather may result in a postponement of your Outer Cape Tour. You will be re-booked at a new time or date. If this is not possible, you may receive a voucher for a future tour or a refund.
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(a) Illness or injury of a tour participant;
(b) Poor weather;
(c) Change of plans;
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