(Photo: Michael Lamont)

This rarely seen, late work of Tennessee Williams is the savage, sexually-charged and brutally funny story of three outcasts trapped in an isolated, once elegant Mississippi farmhouse by an encroaching flood. Written during his “dark decade” in the late ’60s, metaphorical and taboo themes of race, gender and human survival are surprisingly current.Taken from the website 

Jul 15 –  Aug 14 2016

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