PROVINCETOWN 2012, the prolific writing team of Eugene O’Neill, Louise Bryant, Floyd Dell and Pendelton King, were all writers of one-acts originally produced by the historic Provincetown Players. Michael Blevins, Artistic Director of Off-Broadway’s Group Theatre Too LLC has adapted, edited and restored this near-century old collection of critically-historic plays in an effort to make them more 2012-friendly and accessible to a new, youthful American generation of new-millennial theatre goers.
PROVINCETOWN 2012 is comprised of four one-act plays from the premier New York productions of the Provincetown Players, an early 20th Century theatre group of American writers and artists that changed the course of American drama and launched the careers of Eugene O’Neill and Susan Glaspell while helping to expand the Little Theatre movement across the nation. This eclectic group of plays is a full-evening of entertainment and also, includes a two-minute “bonus” or “Easter egg” play that occurs as the audience is leaving the theater!
PROVINCETOWN 2012 was originally produced in New York City by The Group Theatre Too.