A Night of Tennessee Williams' One-Act Plays
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The last date listed for Tennessee Williams Project was Sunday March 2, 2014 / 3:00pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Jillian Dooley
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Another strange and wonderful production from the Hypocrites! Emotional, frequently unsettling, and expertly performed. The progression through the 3 performance spaces was seamless and artistic for the performers and didn't feel like a big production moving the audience to new seating. Great show, highly recommended!
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Great theatre; I really loved the space and concept.
About the plays... Let's just say there's a reason why those are some of his 'lesser-known' works. Good/tolerable acting performed by the cast. Wouldn't go again but if the price is right I'd...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“… insightfully mixed-and-matched, often hallucinatory series of voyages into the playwright’s heart of darkness …” —Chicago Sun-Times
**The Big Game_
Setting: A hospital in St. Louis
Dave says goodbye to Tony, a college football player, and meets Walton, a war veteran.
**The Remarkable Rooming-House of Mme. Le Monde_
Setting: An attic in London
Mint is visited by Hall, a friend from his childhood boarding school, Scrotum-on-Swansea.
**And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens…_
Setting: An apartment in the French Quarter of New Orleans
Candy reaches out to a sailor named Karl.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Hypocrites
Their mission, which is ever-evolving to adapt to the growth of their organization, is to make a Theater of Honesty. They define a Theater of Honesty chiefly through two elements of their work: performance and presentation. In performance, their actors shall employ a genuine emotional vulnerability, rather than manufacturing a disconnected, intellectual version of emotion. In presentation, they shall acknowledge their presence in a theater and embrace high theatricality. Through this balance of an unyielding emotional honesty and accepting a concept of “play,” they seek to strengthen the connection between artist and audience, enriching their audience’s imaginative experience. Ultimately, they aim, perhaps somewhat naively, to spread understanding within society, thereby minimizing cruelty