JEREMY LAWRENCE

+ Acting Resume

As Tennessee Williams:

   + Overview

   + Talking Tennessee

   + Everyone Expects Me to
      Write Another Streetcar


   + Menagerie

   + Tom and Rose: My Sister was
      Quicker at Everything than I


   + Sidewalk Histrionics

   + Jeremy Lawrence and
      Tennessee Williams:
      Traveling Companions


Other one-man shows:

   + Lavender Songs

   + Albert in Wonderland: A
      fantasia on Einstein


+ Literary Resume

Photo by Earl Perry

“...AS DEAD-ON AS EVERYTHING LAWRENCE DOES.”
— Karen Dalton-Beniato, Huffington Post

Sidewalk Histrionics
(formerly titled There’s No Way We Can’t Finally Win.)

What happens when the romanticist doesn’t die a romantic early death? This is the question Tennessee wrestles with in this piece drawn for the most part from unpublished essays written late in life.

“I am a salesman, a pitchman, a carnival barker of something that I mean and believe in with all my being, with every last ounce and inch of it. A carnival barker outside the freak-show who is the freak of them all”.

The show had its premiere at the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival 2012.

It was subsequently performed at:

Jewish Community Center, Sherman, CT