- By Tennessee Williams
- Directed by Judith Ivey
A SULTRY AMERICAN CLASSIC
In this enduring American classic, family ties and layers of lies collide over the course of one simmering Southern summer night. Themes of morality, greed, and desire play across the stage in this explosive drama about what can happen when illusions begin to unravel. Brick, racked with guilt over his best friend’s death, numbs his pain with drink. Maggie, his wife, is determined to win even fleeting attention from her neglectful husband. But when three generations come together to celebrate a birthday—and discuss a will—all of the players start to crack under the pressure and the heat. How long can tensions build in a house boiling over with uncertainty, secrets, and maybe even love?
Content Advisory: Themes of morality, greed, and desire make this steamy classic more suitable for high-school-aged audiences and up.
Approximate runtime is 2 hours and 45 minutes, including an intermission.
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