SEPTEMBER 24 - 27, 2020

Reading to get ready

We are preparing for TWI (our graduate seminar) by putting together reading lists of plays and related material. Click here for more.

Making Trouble for 400 Years

Season 15 - Censorship - The Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival

We’re preparing for our season with a focus on Tennessee Williams & Censorship. Many plays we’re considering have sparked righteous indignation. Click here for more.

Festival in the News

Photo by Nate Gowdy

A long and thoughtful review of our Night of the Iguana, by Bess Rowen. It appeared in the 2020 Tennessee Williams Annual Review.

This just in: an appraisal of our 2019 season by Ed Rubin @ TheaterCriticism.com. "Lifting the Provincetown Festival closer to heaven." Click here for more.

2020 Pass Information

Photo by Ride Hamilton

We are planning to welcome you to Ptown in late September. What form that welcome will take is evolving. Pass sales are suspended until early July when we hope to finalize our schedule. Click here for more.

Photos: The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore, Photo by Josh Andrus 2013. The Angel in the Alcove, Night of the Iguana, Photos by Nate Gowdy 2019.

Will there be a Tennessee Williams Festival in Provincetown this September? If we can, we will. We've made a video to remind us why we gather to celebrate Tennessee Williams.

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