About the Organ:
Restored by Nelson Barden & Associates of Boston, MA, the organ is a restoration and expansion of components of eighteen different E.M. Skinner organs, and is singularly unique with its surround-sound configuration. Recent expansions of the organ allow for new sounds and colors to be heard—including a 32-foot bombarde organ stop—giving it the ability to “speak” a multitude of musical languages in prayer and praise to God. Learn more about the building project
—ORGAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
About the Costumes:
The custom-made exquisite costumes crafted for Elements Theatre Company have been recognized for their “intricate and authentic-looking costumes” (Cape Chronicle), “beautifully designed, with careful attention paid to every stitch.” (Cape Cod Times) The seamstresses and designers for Elements Theatre Company have amassed extensive knowledge in costume design and construction. Their various backgrounds include experience and training from places such as London’s Royal Opera House, the Parson Design School in New York, and from Paris’ famous Louise Feuillère, Meilleur Ouvrier de France. These volunteers give their talents and hundreds of hours to fabricate the stunning costumes that grace each production.