Love Creek Productions travels to Tennessee Williams' Dragon Country, an "uninhabitable country which is inhabited," to visit its residents via four of Williams' one act plays. We are invited to join them on their journey of struggling to communicate with each other, and in turn, us.
The Lady of Larkspur Lotion is a visitation of a boarding house for dreamers who are confronted by reality.
Auto-Da-Fe is a demonstration of a journey of self-purification.
Something Unspoken is a view into the unmentionables of an extended relationship.
I Can't Imagine Tomorrow is a paradigm of human inability to communicate.
Williams' original Dragon Country series, produced in 1970, also included I Can't Imagine Tomorrow. In Love Creek's Dragon Country Deux, we see that the landscape is more vast than before, all within Williams' familiar Louisiana bayou.