No ‘Streetcar’. No ‘Hot Tin Roof’. No Tennessee Williams is anything like this

 

 

 

NEW ORLEANS - It's Tennessee Williams on stage at the Marigny Opera House.  The play is Camino Real. It's Tennessee Williams’ symbolic, surreal masterpiece about making it in a world that is seemingly too real for romance and idealism.

WGNO News with a Twist features guy Wild Bill Wood is LIVE just before the curtain goes up on opening night for the Tennessee Williams Theatre Company of New Orleans.

Here's when you can see the show:

Friday, August 4 @ 7:30PM
Saturday, August 5 @ 7:30PM
Sunday, August 6 @ 7:30PM
Friday, August 11 @ 7:30PM
Saturday, August 12 @ 7:30PM
Sunday, August 13 @ 7:30PM

To get tickets, just click right here.

Here's who's making the show happen:

Directed by Augustin J Correro

Featuring:
Carol Sutton - Marguerite Gautier
James Howard Wright - Jacques Casanova
Christopher Robinson - Kilroy
Bob Mitchell - Baron De Charlus / Don Quixote
Roger Magendie - Gutman
Mary Pauley - The Gypsy
Rachel Rodriguez - Esmeralda
Beau Bratcher - Lord Mulligan
Alison Logan - Lady Milligan
Matthew Rigdon - Lord Byron
Lin Gathright - Prudence
Gavin Robinson - Abdullah
Stephen Stanley - A. Ratt
Nathaniel Twarog - Sancho Panza / Nursie
Lillian Small - La Madrecita
Jordan Kaplan - Survivor
Cooper Bucha - Lobo
LaKesha Glover - Olympe
Nicole Himel - The Taco Vender
John Lavin - Military Police
Xavier Juarez - Rosita
Liz DeVito - The Dreamer

Production Stage Manager: Kimberly Norlin
Production Manager: Nick Shackleford
Assistant Stage Manager: Francisco Pazo
Set Designer: Dustin Gibson
Lighting Designer: Melissa Martinez
Costume Designer: Lee Kyle
Original Music/Sound Design: Michael Gillette & Nick Shackleford
Fight Director: Alex Smith
Video Engineer: James Lanius

Here's what they all want you to know about the show:

This production contains loud artificial gun shots, graphic simulated violence, strobe lighting effects, haze and partial nudity. ** Not recommended for children under 16.