A Library Theatre Company production of

A seedy low-rent boarding house in the colourful French Quarter district of New Orleans, Vieux Carré, is the setting for Tennessee Williams’ evocatively atmospheric and autobiographical drama of the same name, which contains the familiar Williams characteristics – such as the lilting language and the decayed settings – which made him such a key figure in 20th century American drama.
This hauntingly taut but humorous play, set in 1938/39, features a collection of richly detailed and fascinatingly complex characters, one of whom, the writer, was said to be Williams himself. They’re a contrasting collection of individuals, but the one thing they have in common is a desperate desire to effect a change for the better.

PLEASE NOTE:Vieux Carre is an adult play and contains nudity and sexual imagery.