Tennessee Williams’ ONE ARM

From the press release:

One Arm is an adaptation by Moisés Kaufman of an unproduced screenplay by Tennessee Williams, based on Williams’s provocative and personal 1948 short story. One Arm follows Ollie, a young boxing champ described as “lightning in leather,” who turns to hustling after an accident claims his arm. Bitter and detached, he cuts a path through a disenfranchised American underworld in the late 1960s, until at last he’s pushed to violence. One Arm traces Ollie’s encounters with strangers, many of them men, and his odyssey from emotional isolation toward a last chance at human connection.

Venue: Acorn Theatre
Prices: $61.25
Previews: May 19, 2011 – June 8, 2011
Opens: June 9, 2011
Closes: July 2, 2011

Online Ticketing

Box Office/Info: 212-239-6200
Tickets On Sale Thru: July 2, 2011
Performance Schedule:
Mon at 7:00pm
Tue at 7:00pm
Wed at 7:00pm
Thu at 8:00pm
Fri at 8:00pm
Sat at 2:00pm
Sat at 8:00pm

1 Comment

  1. Nudity rating = 0. Play is well acted. It was supposedly a screenplay adapated for the stage. Claybourne Elder and Noah Bean appeared shirtless towards the end (with jeans on). Nice bods, great actors.

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