The Night of the Iguana

1990-1991 National Theatre of Northern Greece
The Night of the Iguana - Tennessee Williams
Opening: Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies - Central Stage, 17/04/1991

'The Night of the Iguana' takes place in a remote shore of Mexico round 1940. There the three principal characters of the play meet. A sensual and sexually insatiable widow, a compromised and erotically deprived old maid and an excommunicated priest due to sexual sins. These three marginal individuals live in a world where deprivation, loneliness, alcoholism, lechery, paranoia, fetishism and nymphomania prevail. Within this damned scenery, Williams makes a deep psychograph of the despair and the deadlocks of his heroes, condemning them in a painful struggle without any catharsis.

Playwright: Tennessee Williams
Music supervision: Kostas Vomvolos
Lighting: Tom Stone
Assistant Director: Giorgos Kotsos
40 performances - 17.131 spectators
Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies - Central Stage (17/04/1991 - 19/05/1991)
National Theatre of Greece, Athens (31/05/1991 - 02/06/1991)
Theatro Dassous (31/07/1991 - 04/08/1991)