SEPTEMBER 27 - 30, 2018

Sunset Dune Tour at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival

Sunset Dune Tour

SPECIAL EVENT

An intimate trip up, through, and over the spectacular Provincetown dunes, where you’ll visit a shack where Tennessee Williams wrote and sip champagne while lingering over the long Atlantic sunset.

Art's Dune Tours

Provincetown, Massachusetts

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This show was presented Sept 24, 2017
$125
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Provincetown Dunes. Arts Dune Tours. Photo by Ray Forbes.

The majestic dunes surrounding Provincetown have captivated visitors for centuries. The constant shift of these mountains of sand rolling off into the horizon before cascading down to the banks of the Atlantic have inspired painters, authors, and poets who have gathered for generations to find solitude in the famous dune shacks, accessible only by trekking out and over this wild lunar landscape. 

This year, we are offering a select number of guests the unique chance to celebrate the close of the Festival by experiencing the stunning Cape Cod landscape Tennessee Williams-style. Join a small group of supporters for a custom Festival Dune Tour courtesy of Art's Dune Tours. You'll travel over dunes stretching far out to the ocean at the horizon, with wispy beach grass and dark green pine trees nestled in hollows brought together by a silhouette of the setting sun against a blue sky. Recall the shipwrecks, pirates, and seafarers celebrated on our stages this year as you pass the remains of the Peaked Hill Life Saving Station from which brave “life savers” helped save thousands of people from doomed shipwrecks offshore.

The tour will pause to take in the view of the very dune shack where Tennessee Williams crafted his iconic words, where guests will enjoy a special champagne toast while hearing a Tennessee Williams reading as the sun sets over the dunes. The tour will whisk you back into town in time for the Festival's closing party: Good Night, Sweet Prince.

Join us and create a lasting memory as the sun sets on day four of the Festival.

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