We are proud to announce that we have the wonderful opportunity to be part of The Tennessee Project. The Tennessee Project is a 7-night theatre festival, in 7 neighbourhoods throughout Toronto and features short plays by the man himself, Tennessee Williams!
Becca and I are lucky to both have our neighbourhoods represented – the Beaches and the Danforth – but we also get to experience 5 other stellar neighbourhoods in the city; Cabbagetown, Roncesvalles, The Annex, Leslieville, and St. Clair West.
Being part of this festival is a great honour and everyone involved is oozing with talent and inspiration. Of course, getting to put up any Tennessee Williams show is a blessing itself. Best known for plays like A Streetcar Named Desired and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Williams also wrote a plethora of one acts, ranging from the traumas of stepping on petunias, to arson on cotton plantations.
All in all, this is pretty awesome. The only downfall is having to choose ONE play!! Although we have narrowed down a couple of plays to do, the options are seemingly endless and a final decision has yet to be made. Stay tuned…
In the mean time you can check out more info at http://www.tennesseeprojecttoronto.com/