Tennessee Williams had a singular voice that captured the rhythms, the poetry and the passion of life in the American South. He created some of the most memorable characters in modern literature – Blanche DeBois and Maggie the Cat, Violet Venable and Amanda Wingfield, Stanley Kowalski and Big Daddy. The turmoil he endured from his upbringing and sexual identity played out in a time when such things were never spoken of in public. But Williams was not afraid and spoke the truth... the truth about the lives and loves we lead, the mendacity we endure, and the ultimate fragility of those things that are beautiful, good and noble. Firehouse Theatre Project and Richmond Triangle Players are proud to join forces to bring you the best of Tennessee Williams—from fully staged productions to film adaptations of his classics to staged readings of rare works—in this, the playwright’s centennial year.