March 28, 2018 – (Key West, FL). Key West Art & Historical Society Presents “Life Story: Two One-act Plays by Tennessee Williams” at The Studios of Key West
This year’s 6-week Tennessee Williams Birthday Celebration concludes with performances of two rarely seen one-act Tennessee Williams plays, “Green Eyes” and “The Traveling Companion,” directed by Key West writer and director Stephen Kitsako, which will take place on Sunday, April 8th and Monday, April 9th at 8:00pm in the Helmerich Theater at The Studios of Key West, 533 Eaton Street.
Following the Sunday, April 8th performance, there will be a short panel discussion about Williams’s later, experimental plays and discoveries Kitsakos made during research in the Houghton Library at Harvard University where these and other Williams’s plays, both published and unpublished, are archived.
The Key West Art & Historical Society recently acquired The Tennessee Williams Key West Exhibit, now Tennessee Williams Museum, as part of their mission to preserve the culture of the Florida Keys through exhibiting and displaying regional art, architecture, and history for the purpose of educating the community and visiting public.
Sponsored by a grant from the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys and the Bert Whitt Charitable Fund. Tickets on sale at tskw.org/life-story-two-one-act-plays-by-tennessee-williams/, VIP tickets are $50, general admission $40. For more information, visit kwahs.org/events/tennessee-williams-birthday-celebration or call Society Director of Education Adele Williams at 305.295.6616 x 115.
Photo of Alaina Albertson and Michael Catlege by Mia Aguirre.