Tennessee Williams on Screen
This series of classic film adaptations of Tennessee William’s plays coincides with the exhibition Tennessee Williams: No Refuge but Writing.
The Rose Tattoo
Director: Daniel Mann
(1955, 117 minutes)
Based on the 1951 Tony Award-winning play by Tennessee Williams, this classic drama centers on Serafina (Anna Magnani), a widowed Sicilian woman living in the American South who is left devastated by the death of her husband. The arrival of Alvaro (Burt Lancaster), offers hope of a new love in her life.
The exhibition Tennessee Williams: No Refuge but Writing will open at 6 pm for program attendees.
Exhibition-related films are free with museum admission.
Advance reservations for members only. Tickets are available at the Admission Desk on the day of the screening.