March 28, 2019 at 12:06 pm EDT | by Mariah Cooper
Rainbow Theatre Projects tackles Tennessee
Tennessee Williams, gay news, Washington Blade
Rainbow Theatre Project presents a ghost story by late gay playwright Tennessee Williams throughout April. (Photo courtesy RTP)

Clothes for a Summer Hotel: A Ghost Story” by Tennessee Williams, presented by the Rainbow Theatre Project, runs at the D.C. Arts Center (2438 18th St., N.W.) from April 4-28.

The story recounts the final days of tumultuous couple F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. F. Scott visits his wife Zelda in a North Carolina asylum where their past is revealed through a series of flashbacks. Greg Stevens directs. Tickets are $35. 

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