The SF Playhouse presents Period of Adjustment, by Tennessee Williams, directed by Bill English. Get ready to be transported back in time to the 1950s, when soldiers were heroes, brides were virgins, and $745 was a fortune. But some things that are timeless, such as the warmth of the Christmas season, the difficulty of being vulnerable, and the challenge of making marriage work. "A Tennessee Williams classic, a perfect mix of humor and drama. Christmas Eve in High Point, 1958. George takes his new bride to meet friend and fellow soldier, Ralph Bates, for the holiday celebrations. As snow settles outside, the idyllic Christmas scene begins to dissolve. While past hopes and dreams are recounted, the bittersweet reality of their marital relationships surface with comical and poignant results.