Curator DAVID KAPLAN shares his passion for everything TENNESSEE WILLIAMS

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The annual Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival is a showcase for one of World’s most celebrated queer writers who spent many summers there creating some of his finest work and constantly falling in and out of love.  Established 13 years ago , it was however QUEERGURU’s first time as it is held in the  Fall when we have usually left Town.

This year’s Festival combined the work of Williams with that of the provocative Japanese writer Yukio Mishima who became a close friend of Williams as they shared the same esthetics.

Queerguru spoke with David Kaplan the Festival’s Curator to find out what it really is all about, and how it now plays to sold-out crowds at every performance and grew into becoming such a beloved #PTown cultural highlight

The interview was conducted by Roger Walker-Dack and filmed at Carpe Diem Guesthouse and Spa


Rob Tucker : And Tell Sad Stories About The Death of Queens

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And Tell Sad Stories about The Death of Queens is one of TENNESSEE WILLIAMS queerest plays. Never performed in his lifetime this wee gem was part of this years Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival

Rob Tucker the star of EgoPo Classic Theater‘s critically acclaimed production talked about playing Candy Delaney an interview with QUEERGURU’s Roger Walker-Dack filmed in the grounds of Carpe Diem Guesthouse and Spa

South African Abrahamse & Meyer put their spin on Tennessee Williams & Yukio Mishima

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Fred Abrahamse and #MarcelMayer of Abrahamse and Meyer Productions from South Africa were back at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival with two stunning critically acclaimed productions The Lady Aoi: An Erotic Thriller by Yukio Mishima and The Night of the Iguana.

Queerguru talked with this talented theatrical duo about their passion for Tennessee Williams and re-inventing the classics too

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