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Treat you and your loved ones to an unforgettable weekend, September 22-25, when we present some of the most experimental, counter-cultural plays by Tennessee Williams and Eugene O'Neill.
In the intense and personal In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel, Williams examine attachment and despair, thousands of miles from home. The legendary Everett Quinton directs Regina Bartkoff and Charlie Schick in this 2012 East Village cult production of the play.
Eight plays in full production, plus a silent film on the beach with live music, late-night "saloon songs," and more.
Stage veteran Brian Dennehy is back in Provincetown this September. This time, it's personal. Dennehy explores the craft of acting in this one-of-a-kind lesson on how discoveries are made on stage.