Suddenly Last Summer, by Tennessee Williams, directed by Mike Davies
27 - 30 March 2019, Studio 1.
This is a play about truth, deceit and memory. In her New Orleans mansion, the wealthy and reclusive Violet Venable grieves over the sudden death of her beloved son Sebastian the previous summer.
Only her niece Catherine knows the truth, but is traumatised by it. Mrs Venable seeks the help of Dr Cukrowicz, the leading specialist in a controversial new technique for removing harmful
ideas from the mind.
The truth threatens to destroy Mrs. Venable’s fond memories of her son and expose a dark history that none of them wants to believe.
We are holding auditions in December. Please visit our Upcoming Auditions page for more information.
New Rehearsed Readings programme
This autumn we’ll also starting a reading series. These will be one-night only script-in-hand performances. They’re a chance for you to be in a show, but only have 2-3 rehearsals and not have to learn any lines. They’re also a chance for us to raise some funds for the Society. Tickets will be £5 on the door.
More information about these productions will be added to this page as and when they take place.