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Tennessee Williams’ play with Sign Language Translation March 19

6C14CBB0-8B9E-4DF0-809B-AE485C43327FSummer and Smoke

By Tennessee Williams

March 10 – 19, 2016  (Saturday March 19 at 2pm with Sign Language interpretation)

at the Phoenix Theatre, University of Victoria

Director Alan Brodie (MFA Candidate)
Set Designer Allan Stichbury
Costume Designer Tim Matthews
Lighting Designer Eryn Griffith
Sound Designer Laura-Jane Wallace
Composer Michael Chambers
Dialect Coach Iris MacGregor-Bannerman
Stage Manager Barbara Clerihue

Summer and Smoke is Tennessee Williams at his most passionate. Welcome to Mississippi at the turn of the 20th century and the small town of Glorious Hill. Alma, the daughter of a small-town minister and eccentric mother, harbours a life-long infatuation with her restless and self-indulgent neighbour, John. Alma and John’s struggle between body and soul, anarchy and order, love and lust leads to profound changes in both their lives. A true American masterpiece, Summer and Smoke is a bittersweet exploration of love and longing with unforgettable characters that break our hearts even as they touch our souls.
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