- JOHN BARROIS
- Southern Rep recently concluded its 2013-2014 season with The Night of the Iguana.
Southern Rep announced a 2014-2015 season full of works by or about Louisianans. John Biguenet's Broomstick kicks off the season. The one-act show features a witch looking back on her life, including past romances and confessions of cruelty inflected on helpless victims. The piece is written entirely in verse. Also included in the schedule is Lisa D'Amour's Detroit, a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize, and Tennessee Williams' Suddenly, Last Summer, which will be presented in conjunction with the 2015 Tennessee Williams New Orleans Literary Festival.
Locations and dates are to be announced. The season includes:
Broomstick by John Biguenet
Detroit by Lisa D'Amour
Boudin: The New Orleans Music Project, curated by Matt Callahan, Sean Daniels and Aimee Hayes. Featuring stories by New Orleanians about how music affects their lives.
Suddenly, Last Summer by Tennessee Williams