The Night of the Iguana
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The Night of the Iguana
 
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The Night of the Iguana
Written by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Rufus Cadigan

February 26 - 29, 2004
Clark Arts—Cheek Theatre
 
The setting for Tennessee Williams' Night of the Iguana is Mexico 1940, where an alcoholic defrocked priest, T. Lawrence Shannon, stands at odds with his sexual desires. He arrives at a rundown coastal hotel owned by an earthy widow, Maxine Faulk. Also staying at the hotel is the spinsterish Hannah, a resilient woman painfully trying to reconcile herself to loss, loneliness and the bitter struggle she faces in looking after her ailing, elderly poet grandfather. In this sea of sexual tension, they struggle with their inner demons and questions of faith, sexuality, life purpose and duty.
 
Scenery & Lighting Design
Noel Rennerfeldt
Costume Design
Jeff Hendry
 
THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA is presented by arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. on behalf of The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.
 
 
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