All seems well on a warm evening in May in on Elysian Fields between the L & N tracks on the river. Little do the inhabitants of this quaint home realize that a hurricane has arrived early to New Orleans, a tempest more determined and dangerous than any the city has ever seen: a storm named Blanche DuBois.
Come join artists from InSideOut Productions and Southern Rep take on Tennessee Williams’ tale of primal lust and gluttony, in a free to the public workshop study and discussion of the American classic. Directed by Mark Routhier.
July 15-17 @ 8:30pm
Matinee @ 2:30pm Saturday the 17th
This performance is free to the public. To reserve tickets, please call (504) 865-5106 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.