Produced in London in 1971 and described by Williams as his favorite one-act play, “The Unsatisfactory Supper” served as the basis for Williams’ most controversial work, Baby Doll. The play was published in Best One-Act Plays of 1945. Set in the rural South, Archie Lee and his blowsy wife, Baby Doll, are the unwilling hosts to Aunt Rose, an ancient poor relation who has been passed around among all her relatives without finding a home anywhere. Like Blanche DuBois, she takes refuge with a female relation and her crude husband. A staged reading featuring actors Brenda Currin, Beth Bartley, and David Hoover; directed by Paul J. Willis.

  THU 3/22 12:30 PMFRI 3/23 12:30 PM

  Individual tickets to this event are available for $15

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  Beauregard-Keyes House