By Serena Makofsky

Promising gratuitous nudity and all-out wildness, comedienne Margaret Cho returns to Provincetown August 2012 with all new material for her weeklong stint at The Art House.  The “Agent Provacateur of standup” who jokes

“I look at husbands the same way I look at tattoos. I want one but I can’t decide what I want and I don’t want to be stuck with one I’m just going to grow to hate and have to have surgically removed later,”

says that the shows in Provincetown are always amazing.

It’s no wonder, as her wacky, sometimes raunchy, humor fits in perfectly with Ptown’s bon vivant lifestyle. You know you’re in for something special before you even enter the resort town, as the road passes through towering sand dunes. You can get up close and personal with these formations on Art’s Dune Tours (http://www.artsdunetours.com/index.html).

Giant glaciers left these mini-mountains behind 15,000 years ago, and the drama has been here ever since, attracting artists and tourists from around the world. Whether you like contemporary art or campy theater, an infusion facial or boutique shopping, Ptown serves up enough diversions to keep things hopping through summer high season and beyond.

Margaret Cho Lights Up Provincetown

JLegare


Amateur writer, pianist, denizen of Houston and part-time GLBT activist


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