TENNESSEE WILLIAMS was an American playwright, many would say the greatest of the twentieth century. His body of work includes The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire, Summer and Smoke, The Rose Tattoo, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Suddenly Last Summer, Sweet Bird of Youth, The Night of the Iguana, and so many more. Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen was written in 1953 as part of a series of one-acts Williams wrote in particular for community theatre. Unlike the scenic demands of his larger works these scripts featured small-scale, bare-room situations, and allowed the audience to take in the actors and text without other visual distractions. Actors Collective and ABET are incredibly excited to present this rarely performed piece!
One By Tenn Plus EightCaryl2019-05-23T17:50:25-04:00
ADAM NATHANIEL DAVIS
BROOKS ANNE MEIERDIERKS
CAMERON J. PFAHLER
Actors Collective would like to thank the Groundling Scribes for their enthusiasm, support, and participation in this project. GROUNDLING SCRIBES is a local fellowship of Artists who gather to support, encourage, and provide feedback for the playwright. Within this community, the focus is on the growth of the playwright, both in the craft and the writer’s creativity and individualism. Groundling Scribes puts storytelling above all else and considers the growth of the work the highest achievement.