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Set in a plantation home in the Mississippi Delta, Tennessee William's Pulitzer Prize-winning classic examines the relationships among a Southern family in crisis. Passion, desperation, jealousy and cruelty are on display and, in its own way, love. With language that's fuel-injected with emotional intensity and insightful wit plus the explosive conflicts of Big Daddy, Brick, and Maggie the Cat, this innovative and re-imagined production, by Theater to Go and Pierrot Productions will leave you breathless! Not recommended for children.
Set in a plantation home in the Mississippi Delta, Tennessee William's Pulitzer Prize-winning classic (Williams' self-proclaimed favorite) examines the relationships among a Southern family in crisis. This drama examines the web of deceit holding the family together while threatening to tear them apart. Over the course of one sultry Mississippi night, the characters' gentility disappears as accusations of greed, sexual desire, and dishonesty -- long repressed come out and force the audience and characters alike to determine what is truth, what is a lie, and which lies have become the truth. This innovative and re-imagined production, by Theater to Go and Pierrot Productions will leave you breathless!
Rachel Bonds' Five Mile Lake is a stunning new play by an astonishingly talented writer. With exquisite care, Bonds paints a moving portrait of a group of young people, yearning to make the right choices—and facing the choices they have already made—as they journey into their thirties in a rapidly transforming world. Directed by Emily Mann, Five Mile Lake McCarter's tradition of introducing major new plays and writers to the American stage (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, The Convert, and Anna in the Tropics). Don't miss this funny, tender, and heart-wrenching play about those who stay, and those who go away.
To stay above the water, Sizwe Banzi might just have to put himself below the ground. John Kani won the Tony Award for Best Actor for his astonishing performance in a historic collaboration with South Africa's greatest playwright, Athol Fugard (Master Harold and the Boys, Valley Song). Now, 40 years later, Kani brings us a new production of this soaring and personal play, direct from South Africa's acclaimed Market Theatre. As relevant now as it was then, Sizwe Banzi Is Dead is an exquisite demonstration of the political power of storytelling. A striking tale of heroism and perseverance, this powerful drama is filled with surprising humor and uplifting faith in the human spirit.
A co-production with The Market Theatre and Syracuse Stage.