“The Night of the Iguana reminds us of the dazzling gifts [Tennessee] Williams possessed.”
The New York Times
In a seedy hotel on the Mexican coast, a defrocked minister-turned-tour guide teeters on the brink of a nervous breakdown as his justly agitated tour party threatens to revolt. The last shreds of his morality are tested by the hotel’s lusty proprietress, a teenage temptress and a virginal spinster. As the veils fall, Williams’ characters grow richer, darker and more compellingly universal, echoing themes running through his epic masterpieces, A Streetcar Named Desire and The Glass Menagerie.
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