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And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens...

By Tennessee Williams
Directed by Lane Savadove

This rarely seen chamber play was a co-production with the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival.

Candy Delaney is a "New Orleans queen" approaching her dreaded 35th birthday. While Candy is looking for romance, her newest pickup, Karl, is looking for his next drink. This immersive set invited audience's into Candy's magical lair for a glass of champagne and a glimpse of Tennessee Williams' stunning portrait of unrequited love. Performed as part of the Philly Fringe and then toured to Provincetown.

Featuring: Rob Tucker, Nick Ware, Kerry Jules, and Charlie Barney.

Direction: Lane Savadove
Production Design: Dane Eissler
Fight Choreography: Curt Foy
Stage Manager/Assistant Producer: Matt Basen
Production Photos: Nate Gowdy

Co-Producer: Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival

"I knew Tennessee. He would have loved this." -Golden Globe-winner Kathleen Turner

"More than worthwhile—for fans of American midcentury drama, Sad Stories is a must. Especially when given the exceptional production it gets here from the EgoPo team." -Reclining Standards

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