SEPTEMBER 21 - 24, 2017

Performances


The Foggy Foggy Dew by Wendy Kesselman at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival

The Foggy Foggy Dew

by Wendy Kesselman with artist Jim Peters
directed by Brenda Currin
starring Cara Buono

Cara Buono in THE FOGGY FOGGY DEW by Wendy Kesselman at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival photo by Sofia PielMany of Wendy Kesselman’s haunted plays hint at another world of savagery. Servants murder their mistresses in her Obie Award-winning My Sister in this House; there is unspeakable horror just offstage in her Tony-nominated The Diary of Anne Frank.

In this play, written especially for the Festival, she has found her other-world in the sea, and in the depths of the commercial art world. Asked to collaborate with a Cape artist she suggested Jim Peters, painter, sculptor, and environmental artist who assembles paint, wood, and what-have-you to construct alternate (and sexy) landscapes and tableaux.

When TW lived at the Cape he spent his time with artists – Fritz Bultman, Lee Krasner, Jackson Pollock – this collaboration is meant to revive that camaraderie.

 

 

 

 

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