By Tennessee Williams
Director: Joseph Cecchi
One of the very first Globe productions (1961), this classic American play opens The Globe’s 60th Anniversary Season.
This drama is a tour de force about love, bitterness and abandonment. With the Great Depression as the background of the play, its true tragedy is the isolation people feel when they cannot connect with each other or the world at large.
The Globe Theatre Dunedin, 104 London St.Thursday 18 March, Friday 19 March, Saturday 20 March 7.30pm. Sunday 21 March 2.00 pm.Wednesday 24 March, Thursday 25 March, Friday 26 March, Saturday 27 March 7.30pm.
Buy Tickets: Tickets on sale from February 11th either online at www.dunedinfringe.nz or at Fringe HQ, 26 Princes Street. Cash, EFTPOS and credit card. Open weekdays, 10am-5pm leading up to the Festival and 11am-6pm everyday during the Festival