The December show at the Adobe Theater will be a revival of Phil Bock's musical comedy, Cat on a Streetcar Named Iguana. First performed at the Adobe in 2000, this show is an homage to Tennessee Williams and it will conclude the Festival sponsored by the Albuquerque Theater Guild in honor of his Centennial year. The Festival began last January with the documentary play "Mr. Williams and Miss Wood," also at the adobe. Since then his work has been performed and discussed at a dozen different venues in the city.
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