A hotel room, a bed, a chair....
Lovers, strangers and the low moan of a clarinet all intersect in two rarely performed one-act plays by Tennessee Williams — "Green Eyes" and "The Traveling Companion" — exploring the consequences of desire and the struggle for love in a cruel world.
Adult themes and language.
Performers include Alaina Albertson and Michael Catlege, two New York-based actors with theater, television and film credits, and local actors Arthur Crocker, Elena Devers, and Jeff Johnson. Lighting design is provided by Anthony Palmer, costume and hair design by Drama Desk nominee Andrea Varga, makeup by Fiona Torrese, and scenic elements and set decoration by Tennessee Williams Exhibit founders Dennis Beaver and Bert Whitt.
Read the article here: http://konknet.com/key-west-art-historical-society-presents-life-story-two-one-act-plays-by-tennessee-williams-at-the-studios-of-key-west/
Sponsored by Alexander House, in partnership with the Key West Art & Historical Society; benefits the Tennessee Williams Key West Museum; supported by Community Foundation of the Florida Keys; “Green Eyes” and “The Traveling Companion” are presented by Special Arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Photo by Mia Aguirre