Rainbow Theatre Project Presents: Clothes for a Summer Hotel
Clothes for a Summer Hotel
A Ghost Play
By Tennessee Williams
A haunting poetic memory play about the tortured final days of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. The play begins outside the North Carolina asylum where Zelda Fitzgerald is receiving treatment for her mental disorder. Visiting her is her husband Scott, now reduced to hack writing in Hollywood and trying desperately to control his drinking. Their meeting is deeply disturbing, and Scott realizes that Zelda will never recover, the action shifts to a series of flashbacks which illuminate the causes of their sad plight.
A ghost story, by the one and only Tennessee Williams.
Directed by Greg Stevens.
DCAC Members $28
This historic play uses INAPPROPRIATE LANGUAGE that some might find offensive.
DCAC - DC Arts Center (Afficher)
2438 18th St NW
Washington DC, DC 20009
|Âge minimum : 16|
|Enfants bienvenus : Non|
|Chiens bienvenus : Non|
|Non-fumeur : Oui|
|Accessible aux fauteuils roulants : Non|