Baldwin Wallace University
College Theatre

By: Tennessee Williams

Show Description:
A highly acclaimed Pulitzer Prize winning play by Tennessee Williams, master playwright of the 20th century. Considered by many as the greatest American Drama ever written, Williams exposes the emotional lies governing relationships in the family of a wealthy Southern planter. It is a play about the human experience and our inability to communicate, which inevitably leads to unavoidable loneliness. Williams states that his purpose in writing is " catch the true quality of experience in a group of people that cloudy flickering evanescent-fiercely charged interplay of live human beings in the thundercloud of a common crisis".

Staff and Cast:

Director: Jack B. Winget


Tickets and Press

February 4 - February 15


7:30pm Wednesdays
7:30pm Thursdays
7:30pm Fridays
7:30pm Saturdays
2pm Sundays

$5-$10 General Admission

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Kleist Center for Art & Drama
Baldwin Wallace University
95 E. Bagley Rd.
Berea,Ohio 44017

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