Baby Doll

Sep 15 2015 - 7:30pm

Times are tough in the Mississippi Delta, where cotton is king and the summer heat drives desires of every kind. Tennessee Williams' 1950s film masterpiece, Baby Doll, was condemned in its time for its riveting tale of commercial and erotic vengeance. The American premiere of this theatrical adaptation will ignite the stage with its darkly comic, steamy tale of one delicate girl's awakening. From the author of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Glass Menagerie, and A Streetcar Named Desire, Baby Doll is pure Williams, an enthralling tale of prejudice, sexual politics, and passion.  Seats are limited and are only available for Princeton graduate students. Contact Olivia at  omartel@princeton.edu  to reserve a ticket indicating your name, PUID number (the nine digit number on the front of your PUID card), and the last two digits of your social security number.  To bring a guest that is not a PU student you would need to buy their ticket for $15 and indicate that you will bring a guest when you first email.  Please note, VSRCs are not eligible for the Tiger Ticket program. 

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