Lavonne Byers, Harry Weber, Nisi Sturgis, and James Andrew Butz

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2019 Festival

May 9 through May 19 at The Grandel Theatre

The Night of the Iguana

A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur

Dear Mr. Williams starring Bryan Batt

Panel Discussions Tribute 2019 The Bus Tour

 

*This Season is Presented by Emerson Electrics


 

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A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur - Kelley Weber, Ellie Schwetye, Maggie Wininger, and Julie Layton

Lavonne Byers, Nisi Sturges, and Jim Butz - The Night of the Iguana

Harry Weber - The Night of the Iguana


Just Added

Bryan Batt

Bryan Batt

Exclusive Reception and Meet & Greet with Dear Mr. Williams star, Bryan Batt and director, Michael Wilson, at a private Chase Hotel penthouse. Immediately following the Friday, May 10 8:30pm performance.

Tickets for this event, including the performance, are $100.

Email TW Fest at carrie@twstl.org or call us directly at 314.517.5253.


Tennessee Williams Festival’s STREETCAR Races to

Seven Circle Awards!

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Sophia Brown in 2018’s Streetcar Named Desire

Sophia Brown in 2018’s Streetcar Named Desire

Outstanding Production of a Drama

A Streetcar Named Desire

Outstanding Director of a Drama

Tim Ocel

Outstanding Actress in a Drama

Sophia Brown

Outstanding Set Design of a Play

James Wolk

Outstanding Lighting Design of a Play

Sean M. Savoie

Outstanding Sound Design of a Play

Amanda Werre & Henry Palkes

Outstanding Ensemble in a Play

A Streetcar Named Desire


2019 Arts Startup of the Year

On January 21, 2019 the Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis was awarded the Arts Startup of the Year by the Arts and Education Council. Actor Bryan Batt (Salvatore Romano, “Mad Men”) made a special appearance to preview an excerpt of “Dear Mr. Williams”, a one-man show inspired by the life of Tennessee Williams directed by Michael Wilson. The play will premiere at the Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis in May 2019.

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