Broadway veteran Joel Vig returns to the Festival with “Truman Talks Tennessee.” In this one-man show of his own creation, Vig plays Truman Capote near the end of his life as he recalls his friendship with America’s greatest playwright. Both Capote and Williams were as eccentric as they were unforgettable, and the story of their friendship (with a wild supporting cast of famous friends and enemies) is as outrageous and bizarre as anything that either of them ever wrote. It is particularly appropriate that this piece will happen in New Orleans, Capote’s hometown, and at the Hotel Monteleone, which Capote loved to claim as the site where he was conceived. With an introduction by Peggy Scott Laborde.

  SUN 3/25 1:00 PM

  Individual tickets to this event are available for $20

  Access included in these ticket packages:

  Hotel Monteleone La Nouvelle

Participants include: