Thursday, February 21, 2013

An Evening With Tennessee Williams—Rose Center for the Performing Arts—Longview, WA

An Evening with Tennessee Williams

Three one-acts by Mr. Williams will be presented on their Center Stage at Lower Columbia College through March 9th.  It is located at 1600 Maple St. in Longview.  For further information contact them at

Tennessee Williams is, in my opinion, one of America’s best playwrights.  And most of his plays have a relationship to other plays/characters of his, as well as his personal life.  And so it is with the plays presented here:  Something Unspoken, late 1930’s Mississippi, directed by Scarlett Clark (directing debut); The Long Goodbye, late 1930’s St. Louis, directed by Gian Paul Morelli (Executive Director of Columbia Theatre); and The Purification, the Southwest, directed by Donald A. Correll (Producer of Center Stage).


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