Abingdon Theatre Company provides a safe home where playwrights, directors, and actors can collaborate within a supportive and nurturing environment. The company searches for stories about the human experience that reflect our social, political, historical, and cultural diversity. Abingdon is acutely aware of the theatre’s power to unite disparate population groups through stories about common human interests, and strives to shed light on a variety of perspectives.
This new drama that takes us back in time before the Chicago premiere of 'The Glass Menagerie.' William Inge, a dissatisfied newspaper critic, invites Tennessee Williams to his St. Louis apartment for an interview.