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Treat you and your loved ones to an unforgettable weekend, September 22-25, when we present some of the most experimental, counter-cultural plays by Tennessee Williams and Eugene O'Neill.
The Boston Globe Fall Arts Preview digs into this year's rebellious, experimental line-up of productions, which show Williams and O'Neill declining to "write what they had always written and keep raking in the dough," explains Festival director Jef Hall-Flavin. "Instead, they tried to stick it to the man."
Eight plays in full production, plus a silent film on the beach with live music, late-night "saloon songs," and more.
Stage veteran Brian Dennehy is back in Provincetown this September. This time, it's personal. Dennehy explores the craft of acting in this one-of-a-kind lesson on how discoveries are made on stage.