The Hotel Plays By Tennessee Williams

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Williams lived on the move, often in transitory situations. Many of his short plays are set in hotel rooms and boarding houses, way stations between reality and dream.
David Kaplan, artistic director of the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival, returns to The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival with a selection of four of the maestro's most poignant and charming works...and stages them environmentally, at the Hermann-Grima House, where small groups of the audience will be guided from room to room, in intimate witness to each poetic tale.

The schedule...
Thursday March 26, 3:30 [SOLD OUT] / Friday March 27, 11am & 6pm / Saturday March 28, 12:30 / Sunday, March 29, 1:30.
Admission $30.

On the bill...
MISTER PARADISE, featuring Robert Alan Mitchell and Francesca McKenzie.
A forgotten writer is searched out by a devoted young fan determined to reintroduce the recluse and his work to the literary world.
THE LADY OF LARKSPUR LOTION, featuring Desiree Ledet, Kathryn Talbot, and Robert Alan Mitchell.
A no-nonsense landlady moves to evict a dream-ridden tenant who lives a life very different from the one she claims to live.
THE LAST OF MY SOLID GOLD WATCHES, featuring George Sanchez and Joel Derby.
A travelling shoe salesman schools a young man in the ways of success.
LORD BYRON'S LOVE LETTER, featuring Cristine Mcmurdo-Wallis, Francine Segal, and Jackson Townsend:
A Milwaukee couple visiting New Orleans stop by the home of a spinster who peddles stories of her grandmother's purported affair with the poet Lord Byron, despite constant interruptions by a peculiar old woman.
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By: Clove Productions

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