Small Craft Warnings
By Andrew Andrews
Tennessee Williams wrote more than a hundred
Peaking in the 1940s and 50s with
But not every one of his stories are famous, and though some may be told again and again, perhaps a real treat comes when the more obscure pieces
Small Craft Warnings is a such a story. Written much later in Williams’ career (1972 to be exact), the original Off-Broadway production included Williams himself as Doc, the alcoholic physician, and Warhol superstar Candy Darling
Lacking a traditional plot to carry the story, Warnings is instead a series of monologues, thrown into a basket shaped like a seaside dive bar and pulled out
Nearly half a century after publication, Regeneration Theatre breathes new life into the story with a
When a trailer park beautician named Leona (Nicole Greevy) enters the bar to find Violet (Jenne Vath) making moves on her live-in lover, Bill (Jed Peterson), Leona’s love-hate relationship with all of the
The cast of
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Andrew Andrews attended Small Craft Warnings at 13th Street Repertory Theater in Manhattan on Saturday, November 10, 2018 @ 4:00pm to write this review.
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