Georgetown Hosts Tennessee Williams Centennial Festival Weekend with Edward Albee and Other Artists
March 17, 2011
|WHAT:||Georgetown University Theater and Performance Studies Program at the Davis Performing Arts Center, in partnership with the American Studies Program and Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater, presents the Tennessee Williams Centennial Festival (Tenn Cent Fest) in honor of the American playwright’s 100th birthday. Leading professionals from around the world and throughout D.C. will collaborate with Georgetown students to offer fresh perspectives on Williams’ established classics, as well opportunities to engage influential but rarely performed experimental and neglected works. As part of the Tenn Cent Fest, the Centennial Weekend Celebration (March 24-27) will feature fully staged productions, interactive multimedia experiences, workshops, concerts, lectures, discussions, and readings.
For more information, including a complete schedule of events: http://performingarts.georgetown.edu/tenncentfest/
Thursday, March 24th – Sunday, March 27th (see link above for times)
(see link above for locations)
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