Fish Productions presents Lovely and Misfit, three "undiscovered" short plays by Tennessee Williams, directed by Anna Ledwich. Strikingly autobiographical, these three plays explore the themes that established Williams as one of the Twentieth Century's greatest playwrights. In Williams' most provocative and openly gay play, And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens, Candy Delaney, a gay transvestite living in the Old French Quarter of New Orleans, suffers "a damaged heart" after her older lover deserts her. Then one night she brings home Karl, a rough merchant sailor... In Summer by the Lake, an introverted boy is desperate to escape his domineering mother and in Mr. Paradise a reclusive poet receives a surprise visit from a fan on a mission.