Camino Real

5-16 November at 8pm
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" There are people who think that Camino Real was Tennessee Williams’ best play, and I believe that they are right. A play torn out of the human soul.“– Clive Barnes, The New York Times A fading hotel on a dusty plaza, a meeting place for lost souls facing temptation and disgust, heartbreak and love.

This evocative dreamscape is peopled with the greatest romantics of history: Casanova, Camille, Lord Byron, all warily circling each other and unable to accept their fate. Into this haunting and visceral carnival comes Kilroy, the quintessential American outsider. The Camino is rocked by his presence as he crashes against its boundaries both real and imagined.

Confounding critics when first produced in 1953 but enjoying recent revivals, Camino Real is Tennessee Williams at his most hauntingly allegorical.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to celebrate William's lost work in the hands of these powerful young actors.