September 24 - 27, 2015

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2014 Tennessee Williams Festival Catalog Cover - Circle of Friends - illustrations by David Chick

 

 

 

Year TENN 10th Anniversary Festival - A Decade of Tennessee Williams in ProvincetownA Decade of Tennessee Williams in Provincetown

 

In its first decade, the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival has premiered ten new works by Tennessee Williams, and helped reinvigorate the reputation of America's great playwright with innovative productions of his late works, short plays, and avant-garde experiments.

 

Join us for our 10th anniversary celebration: a collection of some of our landmark productions, plus brand new plays that honor the Festival's past, and a world premiere that paves the way for the Williams of tomorrow.

 

Please enjoy this retrospective video...

 

The Remarkable Rooming House of Madame LeMonde and the world premiere of Aimez-Vous Ionesco - Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival (photo by Jane Paradise)

Madame LeMonde & Aimez-Vous Ionesco?

DARK COMEDY
WORLD PREMIERE

A "little shop of comic horrors" await in the attic of Madame LeMonde's, where the original cast from the 2009 world premiere returns with their ruthlessly riotous "Rooming House," plus a short Williams play making its debut here in Provincetown. More about Madame LeMonde & Aimez-Vous Ionesco?
Jennifer Steyn in The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore - Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival - photo by Josh Andrus

The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore

AWARD-WINNING DRAMA

A sold-out highlight of 2013, Milk Train is a tour-de-force for Jennifer Steyn as the unforgettable Flora Goforth. Using Williams' original Kabuki stagehands, this surprising, witty, and elegiac play is not to be missed. More about The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore
The Day On Which A Man Dies

The Day On Which A Man Dies

DRAMA
VISUAL ART

This powerful fantasia on the death of Jackson Pollock wowed audiences in 2009, and is newly reinvented by a South African dream team cast, directed by Festival curator David Kaplan More about The Day On Which A Man Dies
The Parade - Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival

The Parade

ENVIRONMENTAL THEATER

Journey to the beach for an autobiographical one-act that traces the poetic contours of Williams' first true love and heartbreak in Provincetown. More about The Parade
Alison Fraser in Tennessee Williams: Words and Music - Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival - photo by Josh Andrus

Tennessee Williams: Words and Music

MUSIC

Broadway star Alison Fraser sizzles in a hotpot of jazz and pop tunes found in Tennessee Williams plays, peppered with humor and poignant dialogue. More about Tennessee Williams: Words and Music
Beth Bartley stars in Suddenly Last Summer - Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival - photo by Ride Hamilton

Suddenly Last Summer

DRAMATIC THRILLER

Beth Bartley and Brenda Currin star in the uncensored stage version of a crime story told by a traumatized witness More about Suddenly Last Summer
Nathalie Carrington in The Liberation of Colette Simple - Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival

The Liberation of Colette Simple

MUSIC THEATER

Don't miss this charming musical fantasy, where a prim-and-proper shopgirl learns to live free. More about The Liberation of Colette Simple
Road to Paradise - Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival - photo courtesy of Carson Efird

Road To Paradise

DANCE THEATER

Dancing sailors, and a young writer weave their bodies together over the water at the Boatslip to the heartfelt tune of Tennessee Williams More about Road To Paradise
Playwright John Guare at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival

More Stars Than There Are In Heaven

STAGED READING

John Guare's laugh-out-loud new play is an adaptation of a Tennessee Williams short story. Don't miss the rare chance to share in the developing work from one of the world's best-known playwrights. More about More Stars Than There Are In Heaven
Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival celebrates TENN years of premieres

TENN @ Town Hall

A HISTORY-MAKING CELEBRATION

Hear memorable excerpts from the world premieres we've presented over the last ten years, read by Festival stars, with music and special appearances. An event not to miss! More about TENN @ Town Hall
Augustin Correro leads Williams 101 - Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival - photo by Josh Andrus

Williams 101

DISCUSSION

This entertaining 60-minute lesson on Tennessee Williams will brief you on the playwright, with handy insights about our lineup of performances. More about Williams 101

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