Importantly, it’s worth noting that good watching is not always easy watching: There is more strong language and vulgarity here than in your typical Hilberry production.
In Williams’ plays, most heterosexual relationships come to grief, though in “Summer and Smoke” it is not as vulgar or violent as his later works.
This script is given a stark yet lyrical treatment by an energetic cast at Wayne State’s Hilberry Theatre.
The Motor City is blessed with many fine professional theater companies! Learn about some of the such as Detroit Repertory Theatre, The Gem & Century Theatres, Hilberry Theatre and more.
“A Day in Hollywood” is a musical review of memorable songs from the Golden Age of motion pictures, plus some original pastiche numbers.
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