“The Night of the Iguana” – an unusual Tennessee Williams classic at Hubbard Hall

This play arrives like some colorful Tijuana tour bus, filled with fascinating characters from America’s heartland. Like a defrocked, alcoholic Episcopal clergyman who is leading a group of middle-aged Baptist women on a tour of the Mexican coast where they become waylaid in a cheap hotel. They have no idea what they are about to experience. Click on the poster for details.