Tennessee Williams? Camino Real springs from the mind of the impossible dreamer Don Quixote. Deserted by his faithful Sancho Panza as the play begins, Quixote falls asleep and dreams. A carnival of violence, death and hope unfolds around him. Marking his arrival by scrawling the words "Kilroy Is Here" on a wall in the plaza of Camino Real is the fallen prize-fighter Kilroy, an American innocent preyed upon by Williams?s sensualists and decadents. Recovering from a brain fever as the play begins, encumbered with a heart of gold as big as a baby?s head but threatening to collapse, Kilroy is torn between his desire to escape from limbo and the forbidden love he feels for the virginal Esmeralda.