Our first apprentice project of the season is coming! TWICE AND TWICE: THE TENNESSEE WILLIAMS PROJECT is a collection of scenes from (you guessed it) Tennessee Williams plays, knit together, produced, and directed by apprentice Kimberley Dawn. This is pretty darn exciting - the performance features originally composed live music, as well as performances from some familiar names. Check out their video trailer below.
Two women in a shabby room, caught in the struggle between where they come from and where they need to be. Tennessee Williams' stories never lose their power because we, generations later, are still fighting against time, fate and human frailty. World-weary but undefeated, Stella and Blanche, Amanda and Laura, demand of each other those things most essential, and consequently, most impossible. Acceptance, stability, reparation. Accompanied by a hauntingly original melody, this production focuses on the paradox of hope in tragedy; a struggle seen so clearly in Tennessee's writings, and one so prevalent in our own lives.
Tickets $11.50 in advance or PWYC at the door.
FREE if you come see A CHRISTMAS CAROL and stick around for the show!
We will be collecting non-perishable food items for a local food hamper at these performances.
Featuring Mary Jane Eden (GODSPELL, THE CASINO), Holly Pillsbury (THE GREAT DIVORCE), Christie Maxson (YOU STILL CAN'T) and Elinza Pretorius
Costume, set and props by Kimberley Dawn
Costume assistant: Mary Jane Eden
Stage Manager and props assistant: Heidi Quicke
Music: Decreased Fire Potential
Videography: Chris Nash
Photography and Graphic Design: Kelsey Hagglund
Publicity by: Lydia Frey (firstname.lastname@example.org)