The Remarkable Rooming House of Madame LeMonde
September 18 - September 19, 2009
The world premiere of a savage comedy by Tennessee WIlliams, performed by the acclaimed Beau Jest Moving Theater as part of the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival. Set in a boarding house in London, a mysteriously paralyzed man named Mint moves around his attic by swinging from hooks as he prepares for tea with an old friend. A dark and disturbing tale with a sinister sense of humor, written late in life by Mr. Williams to shock as part of an evening of Grand Guignol that was never produced. This unusual play is a must-see for theater-goers interested in the great playwright's experimental work. For mature audiences only; very adult themes and language.