This Tennessee Williams play is one of my favorites and I remember it well from my days in school. Its the tale of a young man torn between duties to family and a sickly sister and yearning to be free and make his own mark in the world. There’s tension, drama and heartfelt humor. The production by Sierra Madre Playhouse, directed by Christian Lebano promises to be one of the best seen in the area in ages as the Playhouse has a reputation of bringing magic and plays to life.
If you haven’t been to Sierra Madre Playhouse yet this could well be the play to see and visit this wonderfull 99 seat theatre. Located in downtown Sierra Madre there are a few dining options and bars to hit before or after and make it a night out on the town.
Tickets start at $17 for students and $30 for adults. You can order your tickets HERE.
Deets: May 6-June 12, Sierra Madre Playhouse 87 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, MAP HERE