A Free Evening of Tennessee Williams One-Act Plays | St. Paul's Lutheran Church | Stage | Indy Week
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A Free Evening of Tennessee Williams One-Act Plays 

When: Thu., June 29, 7 p.m. 2017

Is a certain shuttered room in New Orleans a tourist trap or did time actually stop there at the end of the Romantic movement? Why has a shady rural Southern businessman left his wife alone with a hated competitor? And just how frank are two women prepared to get with each other over drinks in a St. Louis dive? A sextet of actors including Lakeisha Coffey and Emily Rieder answer these questions in the last production of Bartlett Theater's inaugural season, a staged reading of three Tennessee Williams one-acts. Tickets are free if you email JB@bartletttheater.com to reserve them. —Byron Woods

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