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By Tennesee Williams
Directed by L. Flint Esquerra

This dynamic and commanding Pulitzer Prize-winning play focuses on a troubled Southern family and the discord over their dying father's millions. Favorite son, Brick, struggles with his sexual identity and the nature of his relationship with a "deceased friend," as well as topics of infertility, adultery, and alcoholism were considered taboo in the 1950s when this play opened. Tennessee Williams broke all sorts of dramaturgical rules with this revolutionary play that still sizzles and explodes today with his signature gentility and gut-wrendhing Southern inhospitable humanity.

Opens October 2