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“A woman's charm is 50% illusion.”
— Blanche Dubois, A Streetcar Named Desire
Each September, thousands of theater fans flock to tiny Provincetown to celebrate Tennessee Williams with live performances from as near as Cape Cod and as far as South Africa.
Tennessee Williams gave words for new kinds of women onstage – the deceptively strong, the strongly deceptive, the self-doubting, the frankly desirous, the self-determined – all of them invariably unforgettable.
In 2013, we'll explore Williams' enduring classics and wild experiments, alongside plays by Gertrude Stein, Susan Glaspell and other playwrights reimagining women's roles onstage and off.