In Tennessee Williams' The Night of the Iguana
, a disgraced clergyman finds himself once again crippled by his desires and at the end of his rope during a dark tropical night in the Mexican coastal jungle. TIME
magazine wrote, ''Purists of the craft may object that, strictly speaking, The Night of the Iguana
does not go anywhere. In the deepest sense, it does not need to. It is already there, at the moving, tormented heart of the human condition." Join Reverend Shannon, Maxine, Hannah, Charlotte, Hank, Judith, Nonno and an outrageous group of German tourists in this rarely staged work, which earned Williams his fourth New York Drama Critics Award.
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