Lee Breuer, Everett Quinton and Lou Liberatore Set for Tennessee Williams Festival

News   Lee Breuer, Everett Quinton and Lou Liberatore Set for Tennessee Williams Festival Mabou Mines' Lee Breuer, who recently staged a Japanese-influenced production of A Streetcar Named Desire for Comédie Française, will be part of the 6th annual Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival this September.

Presented Sept. 22-25, the Williams Theater Festival unites artists from around the world who perform rarely-seen and classic Williams plays, as well as new works influenced by the late playwright.

Breuer will offer a master class titled "Glass Guignol," in which he will explore a kaleidoscopic vision for The Two-Character Play and incorporate elements from The Glass Menagerie.

The festival will also include productions of the one-act 1940 play The Parade, Or Approaching the End of a Summer, as well as Something Cloudy, Something Clear. The latter will star Tony Award nominee Lou Liberatore.

London's Jermyn Street Theatre will offer The Two-Character Play, starring Paul McEwan and Catherine Cusack; as well as Williams-inspired works including the Carbono Theater Company's Summer and Smoke-inspired dance piece Alma; And Now the Cats With Jeweled Claws, starring Mink Stole and Everett Quinton; Dirty Shorts, featuring celebrity guests; and Jim David's one-man comedy South Pathetic.

An environmental production, Once In a Lifetime, will give theatre lovers the chance to experience four Williams plays within the intimate setting of a hotel room. The plays include Once In A Lifetime, Green Eyes, Sunburst and Traveling Companion. Williams' Orpheus Descending, which was presented last season in a local church, will return with actors Irene Glezos, Thomas Beaudoin and Beth Bartley.

For more information and tickets visit TWPTown.org or call (866) 789-8366.

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