Before You Come To The Show
There will be a 2020 Tennessee Williams Theater Festival, with live performances outdoors and in Provincetown. Purchase tickets here. The Festival will be held with music, storytelling, readings, and pop-ups throughout the U.S. Plans could change but: If we can, we will.
Festival in the News
Cape Cod Times: Review: Distant dune setting ideal for Williams play in Provincetown. Read it here.
The Provincetown Banner: Tennessee Williams will not be silenced. Read it here.
The Provincetown Independent: Tennessee Williams Fest Stays Live and Distant for 2020. Read it here.
The Provincetown Magazine: The Show Must Go On. Read it here.
Cape Cod Times: Provincetown Williams fest’s timely play keeps audiences far from action. Read it here.
Photo Credit: David Drake by Julia Cumes
Making Trouble for 400 Years
Since the arrival of the Mayflower in 1620, theater in Cape Cod has been a problem.
Many plays we have presented have sparked righteous indignation.
The 2020 Festival is a collection of plays related to censorship written by Williams and other writers. The theme is prompted by the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s arrival in Provincetown, or rather it’s departure five weeks later.