- 2015 Shows
- 2014 Shows
- 2013 Shows
- 2012 Shows
- 2011 Shows
- 2010 Shows
- 2009 Shows
- 2008 Shows
- Young Love
- The Dog Enchanted by the Divine View
- Lorita! (Happy August the Tenth)
- Camino Real
- Tennessee in Foreign Tongues
- Love Songs from Summer and Smoke
- The Eccentricities of a Nightingale
- Rancho Pancho
- Green Eyes with Adam and Eve on a Ferry
- Olympia Dukakis - From Streetcar to Milktrain
- Coffee with Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson
- 2007 Shows
- The Foggy Foggy Dew
- Julie/Pronoun I
- Sunburst/The One Exception
- The Plexiglass Menagerie
- The Parade or Approaching the End of a Summer
- The Traveling Companion/The Chalky White Substance
- Camino Real
- Amiri Baraka
- The Notebook of Trigorin
- The Gnadiges Fraulein
- Ethel Elkovsky Recites
- The Ghost Plays
- Everyone Expects Me to Write Another Streetcar
- Road to Paradise
- The Strange, the Crazed, The Queer
- The 3 Mrs. Stones - The Roman Spring of Mrs.Stone
- I Can't Imagine Tomorrow with The Stronger and Come and Go
- Homage to Valeska Gert
- The Demolition Downtown/The Municipal Abaittoir
- Three More Films - The Red Devil Battery Sign, Noir et Blanc, and The Migrants
- Tennessee Rocks
2015 - Year Tenn
Year Tenn was a celebration of our first decade in Provincetown, with highlights from previous years, like Williams’ endearing and autobiographical The Parade, and a dance-theater piece that kicked off our Festival in 2006, Road to Paradise. We revisited a world premiere and introduced a new one with Madame LeMonde & Amez-Vous Ionesco? We presented a fresh twist on the popular Suddenly Last Summer with other lesser-known revivals such as a riveting Milk Train and The Day on Which a Man Dies. New works included a musical adaptation of a Williams short play and a collection of Williams-inspired Mexican songs. Audiences were tantalized with a world premiere by the renowned playwright John Guare called More Stars Than There Are in Heaven.
Comic horrors await in the attic, where the original 2009 cast returns with their ruthlessly riotous “Madame LeMonde,” plus a short Williams play making its world debut in Provincetown.
A sold-out highlight of 2013, Milk Train is a tour-de-force for Jennifer Steyn as the unforgettable Flora Goforth. Using Williams' original Kabuki stagehands, this surprising, witty, and elegiac play is not to be missed.
This powerful fantasia on the death of Jackson Pollock wowed audiences in 2009, and is newly reinvented by a South African dream team cast, in repertory with Milk Train..
Journey to the beach for a moving, autobiographical one-act that traces the poetic contours of Williams’ first true love and heartbreak in Provincetown.
Mexican singer/actor Armando Arrocha serenades us with a rich mix of English words and Spanish songs from Tennessee Williams plays.
Telling a story is dangerous, hearing a story is devastating in this thriller starring Festival favorites Brenda Currin as Violet Venable and Beth Bartley as Catharine Holly.
Imported from London, this cabaret fantasy with live music pops the cork of a bottled-up shop-girl in “Primanproper” Massachusetts.
Dancing sailors and a young writer weave their bodies together over the water at the Boatslip to the heartfelt tune of Tennessee Williams.
John Guare’s laugh-out-loud new play is an adaptation of a Tennessee Williams short story. Don’t miss the rare chance to share in the developing work from one of the world’s best-known playwrights.
Hear memorable excerpts from the world premieres we've presented over the last ten years, read by Festival stars, with music and special appearances. An event not to miss!
This entertaining 60-minute lesson on Tennessee Williams will brief you on the playwright, with handy insights about our lineup of performances.
A funhouse of plays from The Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival performed in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Gather at the Historic Hermann-Grima House and proceed from room to room for an eye-opening quartet of exceptional Williams plays, up-close and personal.