A unique twist on the one-act plays of Tennessee Williams
directed by Daniella Caggiano
January 15th-26th 2014
at The Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond Street
Now in its fourth season, Bedlam Ensemble returns this January with The Tennessee Williams Project! This is a new and exciting approach to his classic one act plays, carefully directed to create interconnected story lines between the plays and 14 recurring characters all living together in one big unhappy New Orleans boarding house.
Having finished a successful run of reasons to be pretty and Walking the Dead in May and June, Bedlam Ensemble is growing and taking on one of the great iconic American playwrights, Bedlam style. We'll be including such classics as Talk To Me Like The Rain and This Property is Condemned as well as some lesser known (but just as brilliant) pieces.
This production of The Tennessee Williams Project will feature an exciting combination of Bedlam mainstays and new talent, including Cassandra Seale (ALICE, Outside Providence, reasons to be pretty), Catherine LeClair (The House of Bernarda Alba, Border Sweet Border) and Samantha Jane Williams (Marisol, ALICE, Grandpa Was A Bachelor) as well as newcomers Alexander Miskin, Liam Cunningham, Daniel Capalbo Jr., Jenny Hann, Thomas Wood, Helyn Rain Messenger, Christine Schisano, Tory Flack, Katie Henly, Giorgio Panetta and Annie-Sage Whitehurst.
The production will be directed by resident director Daniella Caggiano, whose other work with Bedlam Ensemble includes reasons to be pretty, Outside Providence, ALICE, and The Delirium of Edgar Allan Poe.
Theater: The Gene Frankel Theatre
Address: 24 Bond Street
New York, NY 10012
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006