Miracle on South Division Street

Miracle on South Division Street

by Tom Dudzick
directed by Richard E. Hess

September 4 – 21, 2014

Memories as fragile as glass are tossed into the air in Tennessee Williams’ first great masterpiece. Dreams meet reality and love becomes desperate in a shimmering drama of a family on the edge. Tom struggles in a modern day world while his mother holds tight to a fantasy of Southern gentility and his sister hides amongst the glistening crystalline creatures she collects. With an edge as sharp as broken glass, it’s a story that cuts deep into the longing of human hearts.

Sponsored by

Marion’s PIAZZA | John and Tamara Clough