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by Tennessee Williams

Directed by Hugh Croydon

Saturday 25th November – Saturday 2nd December 1989 in the Auditorium

A summer’s evening in Mississippi. In a dimly-lit bedsitting room, a young handsome athlete hobbles about on crutches, heads purposefully for his private bar and refuses to sleep with his wife. He has had, in his life, one profound friendship: with a fellow athlete, who is now dead, dead of drink.

The bitter and sodden Tennessee Williams hero is sure of just one thing: his own descent and his friend’s began with a half-uttered suspicion by his wife that their friendship was unnatural. Meanwhile the young man’s parents nag and scratch at him in greedy hope of an heir.

Part of the Barn’s 1989/1990 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Hugh Croydon
Design-Eric Farlie
Lighting Design-Eric Farlie
Sound-Robert Gill
Stage Manager-Brenda Newey
Assistant Stage Managers-Maureen Allison
Shirley Thompson
Prompter-Marion Canadine
Lighting Operator-Pam Farlie
Wardrobe-Janet While
Joan Bird
Properties-Peggy Edgerley
Production Secretary-Shirley Thompson

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