SEPTEMBER 21 - 24, 2017

Annual Dinner Photos

Dana Delany to appear in Provincetown at the 2017 Tennessee Williams Annual Dinner. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Watch this space over the next day or so for photos with the Emmy Award-winning Dana Delany at our Annual Dinner, held June 3 at Town Hall!

Honoring Michael Kahn

Michael Kahn to receive the TENN Award in Provincetown at the 2017 Tennessee Williams Annual Dinner. Photo by Sarah Voisin

Theater Director Michael Kahn is the first recipient of the TENN Award for his lifelong commitment to Tennessee Williams and Shakespeare.

Passes on Sale

Carte Blanche pass holders enjoying a cocktail reception at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival. Photo by Josh Andrus.

Single tickets are now on sale, but the easiest and most economical way to enjoy the Tennessee Williams Festival is by purchasing a pass. Enjoy seating advantages, free entry to parties, and easy ticket exchanges.

Become a Sponsor

Sponsors enjoy access to donors and pass holders during special VIP events at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival. Photo by Ride Hamilton

Sponsorships are still available for 2017. Find out how you can link your brand to the Festival by supporting us financially or with essential goods & services.

News from Turkey

Robertson Dean rehearsing as Marc Antony in Turkey to appear at the 2017 Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival.

In March, artists were hard at work 5,000 miles away during a two-week residency at Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey. Performers from the U.S. and South Africa rehearsed alongside Turkish undergraduate theater students and faculty on a new international staging of the 400-year-old tragedy "Antony and Cleopatra," Directed by Festival Curator David Kaplan.

NY Times Review

Gail Phaneuf in Small Craft Warnings at the 2016 Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival. Photo by Ride Hamilton.

Last September, theater critic Charles Isherwood stepped off the ferry and saw a weekend of "terrific," "revelatory," and "entrancingly bizarre" plays. We're thrilled that Isherwood found the Festival's "Small Craft Warnings" to be an "excellent production, powered by a supremely funny Gail Phaneuf in the role of Leona."

TW Institute

Shakespeare specialist Felicia Hardison Londré joins the Tennessee Williams Institute in September 2017 in Provincetown

Renowned dramaturg and scholar Felicia Hardison Londré will join the Tennessee Williams Institute this year and lend her expertise in Shakespeare studies.

All photos not otherwise credited are by Josh Andrus

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