Photo Flash: First Look at Theatre in the Round Players' SUMMER AND SMOKE
In a small Mississippi town in the early 1900s, Alma Winemiller is in love with John Buchanan, the town’s rakish doctor. But the minister’s daughter is painfully sensitive – and lost in dreams of romance and purity. Strong, lyrical writing, with characters torn between the spiritual and the sensual, has made this one of the most highly-regarded works by Tennessee Williams, who said “Miss Alma may very well be the best female portrait I have drawn in a play”.
An audience discussion with members of the company will follow the matinee performance on Sunday, October 28th. Tickets for the run are $22. For information, call the theatre's box office at 612-333-3010 or visit its website at www.TheatreintheRound.org.Photo Credit: Act One, Too, Ltd.
Nykeigh Larson and Joanna Harmon