A rugged working-class guy from New Orleans and a heavily made –up, sharp tongued Southern spinster (who may or may not be Stanley Kowalski and Blanche DuBois) enter a perplexing theatrical maze that twists and turns through the streets of New Orleans, the poetic reality of Tennessee Williams, the back alleys of truth and lies, and ends in the horrific reality of PTSD and a village in Vietnam called My Lai.
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The Garage Theatre Group believes in the power of theatre as a tool for growth, understanding, and communication. Our aim is to use the process of theatre, as well as the product, to educate, inform, and connect the community in which we live.
The shows that comprise The Garage Theatre Group season are challenging as well as entertaining, reflecting our belief that theatre is an open dialogue between the playwright, the performer, and the audience.
At the conclusion of each Main Stage performance, a discussion with the cast, director, and audience is held. By doing so, we hope to inspire and create a new generation of artists, theatregoers, and patrons.