(Loren King’s article appeared in the Boston Globe, 9/21;  via KevCol.)
The Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival celebrates its 10th season in venues indoors and out throughout the town where Williams spent a pivotal period of his life during the 1940s.
While looking back might seem fitting and deserved, the festival’s raison d’être is to put Williams solidly in the present. “YEAR TENN: A Decade of Tennessee Williams in Provincetown” revives past shows but with different casts or settings, while imported productions provide fresh interpretations of the playwright’s works.
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