Man: Three Plays by Tennessee Williams
Monday - Saturday: 8pm Saturday and Wednesday matinees (not 11 Feb): 2.45pm
Running time: 90 minutes without an interval
“Such a lot of words. You’ve thrown me the dictionary. All you needed to say was that you’re lonesome. Plain old lonesomeness, that’s what’s the matter with you!”
Three riveting stories of misplaced identity and sexual repression reveal the tragic consequences of isolation.
Don’t miss these rarely performed Tennessee Williams one-act plays: Summer at the Lake, Auto-da-Fe and The Strangest Kind of Romance, directed by 2015 Genesis Future Directors Award winner Finn Beames.
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Direction Finn Beames Design Mayou Trikerioti Light Jackie Shemesh Music Bled White Boy Sound Amy Bramma
With Sam Cox, Janet Henfrey, Justine Mitchell, Nikesh Patel