The Night of the Iguana by Tennessee Williams
Jan 19, 2019
7:00PM - 9:00PM
Directed by James Warwick
Night of the Iguana, which premiered on Broadway in 1961, centers on a disgraced former minister who has been barred from his church after defaming God. Now working as a tour guide, he is accused of statutory rape of a sixteen-year-old girl in his tour group. He struggles to keep the group from descending into chaos. Exploring themes of man’s relationship with God, sexual desire, loneliness, jealousy, and confinement, it is considered one of Williams’ best plays. The original Broadway production was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Play.
This reading is part of the Winter Studio Festival of Plays
General Admission: $25/Adult; $10/Student
Winter Studio Festival Pass: See all 5 plays: $75/Adult Pass; $30 Student Pass