The Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis (TWStL) moves to the airwaves November 5 – 15, centering on Williams’ most famous and personal play, “The Glass Menagerie,” and featuring other work that illuminate the artistry of his St. Louis-based masterpiece.The Festival’s three main performances will be:
- “The Glass Menagerie” – Williams’ greatest, most famous, and most personal play. Directed by Brian Hohlfeld. Starring Brenda Currin, Bradley James Tejeda, Elizabeth Teeter and Chaunery Kingsford.
- “You Lied to Me about Centralia,” by John Guare. Directed by Rayme Cornell. Starring Chauncy Thomas and Julia Crump.
- “Glass,” by Michael Aman. Directed by Gary Wayne Barker. Starring Bradley James Tejeda and Kari Ely.
- Two one-man performances by acclaimed Williams actor Jeremy Lawrence: “Tom and Rose” and “The Man in the Overstuffed Chair.”