The Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival presents a revival of the playwright's poetic retelling of the Orpheus myth. More…
In this heartbreaking and rarely mounted classic, a drifter named Val arrives in a small Southern town where he awakens long-repressed desires with inevitable consequences. Directed by Obie Award winner Austin Pendleton, the production features a 16-person cast.
See it if To me any Tennessee .Williams work is "TO SEE" I have not sen this previously and loved the idea of seeing it in a church,.Cushions avail.
Don't see it if Only no-no is 2 1/2 hours without an intermission The renaissance man Austin Pendleto who directed the play was in attendance.
See it if You're a Williams aficionado! This bare bones production delivers w/ great acting/directing in a rarely seen early work.
Don't see it if need big production values. It's minimally produced but that doesn't detract from the play or performances.
See it if you're eager to see this little produced Tennessee Williams. A large uneven ensemble, with a few standout performances. Unique venue.
Don't see it if you can't stand the 2.5 hour, intermission-less run time, sitting in a church pew. A few performances strike false notes as well.
See it if you like a rarely seen, good Tennessee Williams drama performed well. The cast performs with emotional integrity and grit. It's excellent!
Don't see it if you can't sit for 2.5 hours, hate heavy drama, hate Williams, think every show should make you feel happy, hate to think, and hate to feel.
See it if You are a fan of Tennessee Williams. This is rarely produced and the acting and direction are great.
Don't see it if You need a strong plot. This is more about human bondage in its many forms. Emotional, mental, and physical.