SEPTEMBER 23 - 26, 2021

 

happy 110th birthday to tennessee williams!

 
 
To celebrate, we’re giving you nine chances to win amazing Provincetown experiences!
 
We can’t gather in person to celebrate Tennessee Williams’ birthday on March 26th, but we can still celebrate everything about the town he loved during his summers writing here. So we’ve put together nine collections of gift certificates, overflowing with exceptional Provincetown experiences for you to enjoy while you’re here for the Festival, or at any other time! And we’ve got a special deal on raffle ticket prices to mark his 110th birthday!
 
Our choice to offer Provincetown gift certificates is part of our Year of Gratitude.
 
“We want to thank Provincetown for the incredible support we've received during the pandemic,” said Joe Paprzycki, our Festival Development chair. “Other theaters and festivals had to cancel their 2020 productions. But we were able to stage limited outdoor performances locally, while the companies who planned to travel here performed in their local communities. We're working hard to bring all the companies to Provincetown as originally intended for this year’s Festival, so we deeply appreciate the support of everyone who purchases raffle tickets this year."
 
Here’s what’s in our biggest baskets...
 
Tennessee’s Treasures ($1000 value)
($100 to The Mews, Cortile Gallery, Stewart Clifford Gallery, Crowne Pointe, Jonathan Williams Salon & Spa, Victor's, and East End Books. $50 to b/well, The Canteen, Chach, Perry’s, Far Land Provisions, and Snip)
 
Big Daddy’s Basket ($500 value)
($100 to Bowersock Gallery, Land’s End, The Crown & Anchor. $50 to Fanizzi’s, Botanica, Arcadia, and Snip)
 
Sebastian’s Gourmet Surprise ($500 value)
($100 to The Boatslip, Front Street, Kiley Court Gallery. $50 to Liz’s Cafe, Hook, The Canteen, and Snip)
 
Raffle tickets are $50 each, or three (3) for $110. Tickets will remain on sale until midnight, March 25th.
 
 
 
 

… But wait, there’s more!

Here’s what’s in our $250 baskets, overflowing with exceptional Provincetown experiences.

 

The prizes keep getting better. Here’s what’s in our $250 baskets

Gooper’s Goodies

($100 to Mac’s Seafood. $50 to Botanica, East End Books, Far Land Provisions)

Blanche’s Flask

($100 to The Red Inn. $50 to Botanica, Glass Half Full, and The Harbor Lounge)

The Gentleman Caller’s Basket
($100 to Ross’ Grill. $50 to Box Lunch, Liz’s Cafe, and Mac’s Seafood)

Big Mama’s Treats

($100 to Stewart Clifford Gallery. $50 to Chach, Mac’s Seafood, and The Pilgrim House)

Stanley’s Yell

($100 to Stewart Clifford Gallery. $50 to Provincetown Brewing Co., Ptown Massage + Bodywork, and Strangers & Saints)

Maxine's Hotel
($100 to Sal’s Place. $50 to Glass Half Full, Spindler’s, and Hook)

Raffle tickets are $50 each, or three (3) for $110. Tickets will remain on sale until midnight, March 25th.

Get your Raffle Tickets now!

 
 
 

 

Celebrating the power of live performance, furthering the spirit of Tennessee Williams

 

 
I've been waiting to write this email on behalf of the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival for a time when a Covid vaccine would be released.
 
That happened Monday. And so this week the odds are good we will have a 2021 Festival in Provincetown, September 23-26.
 
We don't yet know specifics. It will be a while before we're ready to announce our season.
 
But right now I know this: you're invited.
 
Since March our slogan has been If We Can, We Will. In September our audience gathered outdoors in Provincetown’s public parks, circled a maypole in the Truro woods, and parked at the base of a towering sand dune. What we presented in September 2020—ten different live events—took planning and passion, caution and hope, and your support.
 
With planning, passion, caution, hope—and your continuing support —we’ll be able to act on our 2021 slogan: 
 
If We Can, We Will… Again.
 
If you have not already done so, please consider supporting our Year-End Campaign.
 
Please keep in touch, 
 
We will,
 
David Kaplan, Curator and Co-founder
 
December 17th, 2020
 
Photo: The December sun rising on Provincetown's Bay

The 2020 Tennessee Williams Festival Catalog

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