The Fugitive Kind: The World of Tennessee Williams
January 19 @ 7:00 pm - February 23 @ 7:00 pm$375.00
Artistic Director Bonnie J. Monte leads participants on a compelling exploration of the immense and diverse Williams canon. One of our nation’s greatest playwrights, he has created a wealth of characters and references that have become part of our daily vocabulary and the fabric of American culture. His poetic voice, vast collection of wounded souls, and his willingness to tackle taboo emotional and social issues have resulted in lasting dramas of great social import and impact.
During this six-week series, Ms. Monte will lead participants through the Williams universe, examining a variety of his plays, as well as some of his poetry and short stories in an attempt to unveil the complexity, size, and little-known literary treasures contained within the vast scope of his writings. Having had the opportunity to work with Mr. Williams in 1982 on a massive homage to his full body of work, Ms. Monte offers a unique insight into the man and his works. Guest artists will present readings of some choice excerpts from his plays, and provide their own particular perspectives about his characters and the worlds they inhabit. The cost of all scripts is included in the registration fee.
$375 for new participants
$325 for returning students and STNJ subscribers
SHARE THE EXPERIENCE WITH SOMEONE IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD, and you each save 20% off the regular price
Registration fees include all scripts and support materials.